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| 5. October 2021

Galaxy Racer unveils new BGMI roster

After recently benching three of their players, Galaxy Racer has revealed its brand new BGMI roster, with the org having broken the news via its social media platforms. The new lineup comprises of Manmeet “Ted” Singh, Naresh “Seervi” Kumar, Harshit “MJ” Mahajan and Prajwal “Skrillzz”.

Of the new lineup, Ted, Seervi and Skrillzz are newcomers, with MJ having been part of the team since last year. Speaking on the news, Galaxy Racer posted the following message: We’re very excited to welcome and reveal our BGMI roster! Make way for: @ig_skrillzz, @gxr_mj, @ig_seervi & @ted.2508. Thank you for all the support!”

Why Ted & Seervi are exciting additions for Galaxy Racer fans

Ted and Seervi are regarded as two of the best assaulters in the region, having long been part of the PUBGM/BGMI scene. It is for this reason that Seervi will act as in-game leader for Galaxy Racer, with the Indian having previously competed for the likes of SynerGE and Red Owl Gaming. His skills as an assaulter make him the favourite in most 1v1 contests.

Seervi and Ted competed at Red Owl Gaming together, having also previously played under the Galaxy Racer tag. Ted often features on the top fragger list at leading tournaments, with his partnership with MJ likely to make Galaxy Racer difficult to beat. MJ should bring all the firepower needed, with the former Velocity Gaming pro being known for coming up clutch when it matters most.

While Seervi and Ted were expected arrivals, the announcement that Skrillzz would be joining them was more of a surprise. This is given the fact that he was playing for Team Tamilas beforehand. However, Skrillzz is an efficient all-rounder, whose skills could well be of benefit to Galaxy Racer. It remains to be seen as to how quickly he can adjust to top tier BGMI competition, given that he is relatively new to the scene.

What about Galaxy Racer’s recently benched players?

The roster will compete in an upcoming BGMI tournament, with former players Mohammed “Owais” Lakhani, Yogesh “Roxx” Yadav, Hemanth “Ultron” Sethi and Akash “MaxKash” Anandani all still looking for new teams. However, the quartet has been seen practicing with other squads. Such players remain contracted to the team, however it appears likely that they will move on before their deals expire. Galaxy Racer previously entered the Indian scene back in July, after acquiring the PUBG Mobile team, Celtz.