SouL MortaL, whose real name is Naman Mathur, is a well-known PUBG Mobile player in India. Also, he is recognized as one of the best PUBG Mobile content creators nationwide. He livestreams habitually on YouTube and his streamers are truly informative, entertaining, and attract a large number of viewers. Moreover, for fans and players who dream of a bright future in professional mobile gaming, MortaL is a great inspiration for their career.
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Recently, in his latest stream, MortaL has announced that from now on, the streamer is going to donate the entire amount of his earnings from any PUBG Mobile tournament, both local and international, to the Indian Army.
“I was thinking and have decided whichever PUBG Mobile tournament I play and whatever prize money I win, I am going to donate that entire amount from my share of winnings,” said SouL MortaL.
Not only that, MortaL stated that he would try to convince Viper, Sangwan and Regaltos to do the same thing.
Watch this video below for MortaL’s vow in his stream:
To be frank, this is truly a heartwarming gesture of MortaL. For those who might not know, this is not the 1st time SouL MortaL has expressed his gratefulness to the Indian Army.
Back in 2019, MortaL did bestow all his share of winnings he won at the PMCO India upon the Indian Army.
More than that, in the situation of an escalation of the coronavirus outbreak in the country, SouL MorltaL made a generous donation of Rs 50,000 to 8Bit Thug’s charity stream to fight off the coronavirus.
The YouTube channel of MorTaL now has 5.13M subscribers, 637 videos and total views of more than 500M.
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