BTR Ryzen returns to PUBG Mobile competitive after one-year

Aleena Zafar
10
Jan 26

Teams from all around the world are attempting to finalise their rosters and create a strong lineup for the competitive season of PUBG Mobile Esports, which is set to start in 2023. Ryzen, a star for the well-known Indonesian team Bigetron Esports (also known as BTR), has returned to PUBG Mobile competition after an absence of a year. Since February 21, 2022, he has not participated in any PUBG Mobile competitions. Bigetron's performance suffered while he wasn't there.

Players in the Indonesian circuit had a 12-day transfer window beginning on January 13, 2023, and ending on January 25, 2023. Teams from the area signed and released a number of players in an effort to find the ideal chemistry.

Ryzen's comeback announcement was made by Bigetron Esports through their social media page:

"Ryzen is back from hiatus and now ready to fight on the battlefield."

He has been instrumental in the success of Bigetron Esports since their foray into PUBG Mobile. Having shown his class, skill, and prowess both locally and internationally, he is recognized as one of the greats in the PUBG Mobile competitive scene.

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