IND Snax Biography : Here’s Know Earning , Career and Achivements
The real name of Snax Gaming is Raj Varma. He is a Professional Esports Player, Gamer, YouTuber. He hails from Hyderabad, he has more than 930K Subscribers on YouTube and more than 400K Followers on Instagram. Snax plays Esports for Team IND. They are all known for the mid-range gun power they do in their game.
They all call him as DP God because DP-28 Gun is the best he can do. Snax is counted among the best BGMI Assaulters in India, his gun power is amazing and he plays the role of an Assaulter as well as DMR for his team. He is also considered as the Most Mature Person in the India Gaming Community, he has performing well for Team IND.
He started his YouTube channel on 1 October 2019 and uploaded his first video on 17 October 2019. Which was a montage of PUBG Mobile. After that started uploading videos on beatings, sneezing and other exercises.
He also uploaded videos on tips to become a better player and his t1 gameplay. His videos started getting good amount from the beginning. Because he was a well-known player in the esports community.
He started his Esports journey in 2019. Snax started his Esports Carrer with Learn From Past (LEFP). He played PMCO Spring Split in 2019 from LEFP. Where he competed with India’s largest esports organizations including Naman Mathur’s SouL, IND, Entity, etc. They finished 5th in the tournament.
The team failed to put up a big show in the PMCO Fall Split 2019. But Raj impressed many with his skills. Thereby he was invited to join Insidious Esports. He joined IND in late 2019 and is still in the same organization as of July 2020.
He joined the team as a sniper as the team’s sniper Daljit has left the organization. Raj was initially a sniper for the team but was later replaced by his teammate Slayer. He is currently the attacker and entry frigger for the team. In June 2021, he joined 8bit Creatives. However, he still plays competitive eSports for Team IND.
IND Snax Achievements
- PMCO Spring Split: India
- PMCOpen Fall Split: South Asia Group Stage
- PUBG Mobile All-Stars India 2019
- Fnatic Lockdown Invitational 2020
- Pubg Mobile Pro League – Spring Split 2020: SA Season 1
- Pubg Mobile Pro League – Spring Split 2020: SA Season 2
- India Today League PUBGM Invitational
- BGMI Invitational Scrims
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