7Sea Esports Acquires Gremlin Storm to Form 7Sea GSM, Unveils PUBG Mobile Roster


Esports organization 7Sea Esports has successfully completed the acquisition of the popular Bangladeshi esports brand Gremlin Storm (GSM) and has rebranded to 7Sea GSM. With this, 7Sea Esports has now expanded into another country in addition to which it has a presence in Nepal, Sri Lanka, Argentina, and Uruguay. Following the acquisition, 7Sea GSM went on to announce its new Bangladesh based PUBG Mobile roster whose members have competed in a minimum of two PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) Seasons. The Chief Gaming Officer (CGO) and co-founder of 7Sea Esports – Mohammad Sajid said, “We are continuously developing and growing at a rapid rate. For Bangladesh we plan to develop teams for other games also”.

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7Sea GSM PUBG Mobile Roster Announced

The 7Sea GSM PUBG Mobile roster consists of the following players:

  • Sajid “Rafat” Siddique – IGL (In-Game Leader)
  • Debaindra “Badrev” Talukder Revan – Entry Fragger
  • Aminul “Kapshi” Haque Rahat – Assaulter
  • Rituraj “Evileye” Bhuiya – Assaulter
  • Rupam “Machine” Talukder – Support
7Sea GSM PUBG Mobile Roster7Sea GSM PUBG Mobile Roster

The four-player stack of Kapshi, Badrev, Machine, and Evileye have made their way over from FutureStation Esports, having played with the organization for roughly seven months. Unfortunately, the team failed to qualify for PMPL – S1 2021: South Asia Championship through the PMPL – Season 3 2021: South Asia League.

Badrev and Kapshi have also played together across multiple teams like Instinct Esports, FutureStation Esports, Inertia Esports, and more.

The lineup will be backed by 7Sea Esports’ support staff which consists of Mohammad Sajid as the head coach, Dewan Obydur Rahman as the team’s manager, along with the duo of Rahul “Osmium” Sharma and Utsab Neupane as analysts for the team.

7Sea Esports Support Staff7Sea Esports Support Staff

The founder of 7Sea Esports – Santosh Pecheti, seemed optimistic about the launch of Battlegrounds Mobile India when he said,

“We believe BGMI will boost Indian esports and we are the only few companies that operate across South Asia. In the coming months, with the growth of esports, we wish to expand our operations and reach in different sectors related to gaming and esports.”

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