Velocity Gaming Enters Battlegrounds Mobile India, Announces Squad

Snax, Attanki, Daljitsk, and Kratos join Velocity Gaming's BGMI roster.


Velocity Gaming, one of India’s fastest-growing esports organizations, has just announced their new Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) squad. The new squad will be Velocity Gaming’s third roster, in addition to the two Valorant rosters.

Velocity Gaming has picked up 4 exceptionally talented Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) players who were previously part of Team IND’s roster. Joining Velocity Gaming’s BGMI roster are:

  • Raj “Snax” Varma
  • Randeep “Attanki” Singh Bhullar
  • Daljit “Daljitsk” Singh
  • Samir “Kratos” Choubey

This particular squad of players has racked up a rather impressive string of achievements, both individually and as a team. Their most recent successful outing, as Team Snax, was their run in the Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) Launch party in August, where the squad racked up 4 Chicken Dinners out of the 6 matches and ended up in the top spot, taking home Rs 3,30,000.

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Velocity Gaming’s new (BGMI) roster

Battlegrounds Mobile India

Velocity Gaming now has their focus set on competing in the Battlegrounds Mobile India Series (BGIS) 2021, which has a massive prize pool of Rs 1,00,00,000. The tournament kicks off in December and will go on till January.

Snax, Attanki, Daljitsk, and Kratos were previously part of the dominant Team IND and had won several accolades as part of that squad.

“While it is with a heavy heart that we are parting ways with Team IND, I’m thrilled for this next chapter we are embarking on as a team,” commented Samir “Kratos” Choubey. “One of the biggest factors behind our success is that we’ve been playing together for so long, and have developed such brilliant synergy and chemistry — in-game and outside it as well.”

Kratos further added “It’s great to continue competing alongside Snax, Attanki, and Daljit, and we are ready to bring home more trophies. Velocity Gaming is quickly becoming a household name in Indian esports, and we look forward to playing under their name and support.”

“We are so excited to enter BGMI by picking up one of India’s most talented teams. We will provide them with the best-in-class equipment and facilities so they continue to perform at the highest levels,” said Manoj Kashyap, the owner of VLT. 

Velocity Gaming has been on quite a roll as of late with their Valorant roster experiencing back-to-back success in tournaments like the Skyesports Championship 3.0, The Esports Club Gauntlet, and the Amazon Great Indian Festival Championship. The new Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) roster isn’t all that’s new for Velocity Gaming as the organization recently unveiled a parternship with AMD as well as signing Asish “LordBathura” Madineni and Dhwani “Pinkcess” Bhatt as content creators.