Mesut Ozil Announced the hiring of Siddh Chandarana, who will be joining M10 esports.
Indian esports scene has been dealing with a shocking and a heartbreaking incident since last week. Forsaken, who played CS:GO for OpTic India was found cheating at eXTREMESLAND tournament, which is an international LAN event. Needless to say, the incident put the whole Indian esports scene in a bad light. But there is a ray of hope: An Indian FIFA pro has been hired by Mesut Ozil’s M10 esports.
Mesut Ozil had announced earlier this year that he would be making his own FIFA esports squad. But M10 esports later moved to Fortnite too. To promote his organisation, he has also been streaming both FIFA and Fortnite on Twitch.
Ozil made the announcement on Twitter, where he welcomed the new player in Hindi.
Siddh Chandarana, who’s in-game name is jenasid, is currently managed along with his squad by eSportReputatuion, which is a German player management company. It is headed by Joshua “Kr0ne” Begehr, who previously played for Mousesports and SK Gaming.
Siddh will be a part of the four man FIFA Squad for M10 gaming, which is:
Fatih ‘Ustun’ Ustun
Pedro ‘PResende97’ Resende
Josh ‘Squirrel’ Banh
Siddh ‘jenasid’ Chandarana