With the 2020 PUBG Mobile esports season over, it's time to reshuffle and reorganize players and gear up for the new season. The 2021 season starts with the PUBG Mobile Club Open across various regions.
The latest transfer came from the South American region, where star Brazilian PUBG Mobile player Enzo Ferraz "Law" Nakamura joined Influence Rage.
In an Instagram post, Team Influence Rage welcomed Law into their team a they look to pursue their goals this season successfully and hoped the partnership would be long and victorious.
Law, who was earlier a part of Alpha 7 Esports, played the role of IGL for them. Along with his team, he competed in the recently concluded PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2020: Finals.
Law will play a major role for Influence Rage at upcoming PUBG Mobile tournaments
Although A7 didn't perform well in the tournament, finishing ninth among the 16 teams, Law performed exceptionally and shined, with 39 kills and a total damage of 8585.
Team Influence Rage, an organization formed in February 2019, would be glad to pick such a player. Their team already looks stacked, with the recent pick up of players like Michael "Dadin" Barboza, Caio "Caiowski" Caldatto, and Kauan "Federal" Milagres.
Interestingly, Caiowski and Federal were banned from competitive play until July 10th due to their dramatic protest at the PMGC 2020: League Stages while playing for Loops Esports.
Along with their then-teammate Bryan "Golden" Lima, the duo surrendered and refused to compete in the final match to show solidarity towards their leader, Dadin, who was earlier removed from the team for reasons unknown.
In their absence, it would be up to the two remaining players,
Gabriel Garcia "NTX" de Lima Neto and Gabriel "Becker" Engraf Becker, to carry the reins of Influence Rage under the careful guidance of experienced players like Dadin and Law.
It would be interesting to see how the team performs in the upcoming season of PUBG Mobile esports, as the hopes of many fans and fellow players rest on their shoulders.