Biography Of Naman Mathur-MORTAL ‘THE IGC MAKER’

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Naman Mathur-SOUL MORTAL ‘THE IGC MAKER’

Naman Mathur known as SouL Mortal is a Indain e-Sports player born on 22 May 1996 in Navi Mumbai , Maharastra. His Father’s name is Sandeep Mathur and Mother’s name is Kavita Mathur. He has a brother – Abhinav Mathur known as DJ SOLO .

Childhood

Naman love to play video games like contra, Mario, GTA, PUBG and Counter-strike and etc. He lost his father when he was 4 years old. His family faced huge financial difficulties, and to meet the final expenses, his mother started a tiffin service work to run a house.

Career

At the time of his graduation, he developed an interest in multiplayer games including Fortnite and Mini-Militia.While gaming, he developed a good relationship with other players.

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Naman Mathur-SOUL MORTAL ‘THE IGC MAKER’
Naman Mathur-SOUL MORTAL ‘THE IGC MAKER’

In 2016, he started to do live streaming on his Youtube channel name ‘Bloshcak’. At that time, he used to stream the game ‘Mini-Militia’ every day.

On 9 February 2018, with the launch of PUBG mobile in India his gaming career reached the new heights. He started to play PUBG on stream and soon, his watching and subscribers started increased.

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Later, Naman decided to make his own clan with the name ‘SOUL‘ along with his Pubg players Soul Ronak , Soul Viper, and Soul Owais.

They started to play a competitive they won various PUBG matches like the PMCO India Regionals match in 2019. They participated in the final match of PUBG Mobile Club Open Split in 2019 and became South Asia’s top-scoring team by finishing second in the game. Soul Clan won the prize money of $30,000, which they donated to the indain army.

Anay Pareek joined Sports Big News in 2019. He is an avid cricket fan who finds deep joy in the intricacies of the game. Through his keen observation and deep appreciation for cricket, he aims to incorporate the same level of accuracy in his writings. He predominantly covers the IPL, World Cup and cricket leagues.
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