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Rav3n Returns To Gaming, Reveals Why She Took a Break

Moin Khot
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After a long hiatus of almost three years, Paridhi “RaV3n” Khullar has returned to gaming and streaming.
RaV3n revealed that she has had struggles with her health for the past three years, forcing her to take breaks.
She stated that she is not entirely out of risk but feels much better.

After a long hiatus of almost three years, Paridhi “RaV3n” Khullar has returned to gaming and streaming. She resumed her journey with a YouTube livestream on 16th November. At the start of the livestream, RaV3n was chatting with her audience and replying to all their questions as she was back after a long time. During this Q&A session, she revealed that she had to take a long break because of her health situation.

Rav3n reveals that she took a break because of her medical condition

Since the end of 2019, RaV3n has been very inconsistent with her streams on YouTube and completely stopped streaming in early 2020, despite being very popular with fans.

When RaV3n returned to streaming, her viewers asked her why she disappeared for such a long time. Responding to the question, RaV3n revealed that she had been struggling with her health for the past three years. “At the end of 2019, around November December, my health went a little left and right. Not just a little, but a lot,” she said. Following this, she revealed that her health was dire earlier this year. “In March 2022, my condition was super serious. It was so serious that the doctors said that there might be a point where I won’t be able to recover, I won’t be able to live for, like, even one more week,” she said. She added, “At that time, I decided that if everything went right, I would be back to streaming and gaming.”

When RaV3n’s viewers asked her what actually happened to her, she refrained from revealing any more information.

Amid the hiatus, RaV3n was seen playing the RED BULL CAMPUS CLUTCH: Valorant Frag-Out event in February 2021. Moreover, she also did a couple of livestreams after that event. However, her health started to get worse after a few days. As a result, she had to take another break. RaV3n said, “I took a break of two years for that, and in that time period, I recovered; all my symptoms were cured.” She added, “After that, I started streaming again, but after seven days, my condition got even worse. So, then I decided to take another break.”

RaV3n stated, “I am still not completely out of the risk, but I am much, much better.”

RaV3n revealed that during this time period, she also completed her remaining education. “After that, my family asked me to complete the remaining education that I had to leave. So, I completed my remaining year of education,” she said.

RaV3n is a former PUBG Mobile professional player who used to play for Team 8Bit. She was the only female gamer to play at the PUBG Mobile Club Open 2019 - Spring Split: India. Besides being a professional PUBG Mobile player, she was also a popular YouTuber and played with other popular YouTubers from S8UL Esports like Naman "MortaL" Mathur, Animesh "Thug" Agarwal, and more in many of her livestreams.


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Moin is the newest addition to AFK Gaming. Being an avid gamer, he loves to cover what’s happening in the Indian gaming community.

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