After Magno “Pr0phie” Ramos announced his retirement following the conclusion of PUBG Continental Series 1, the Soniqs brought up James “TGLTN” Giezen from the substitute roster to replace Pr0phie.
TGLTN is an Australian PUBG player who first joined the Soniqs in 2019 and competed for the Soniqs’ PUBG team until the start of 2020. At the beginning of the new year, the Soniqs changed its entire PUBG program and signed the Genesis roster. With that change, TGLTN stepped down from being an active player and became a fulltime streamer and content creator for the organization.
Considered one of the best Australian PUBG players, TGLTN brings an added intensity to the Soniqs’ PUBG roster. During his time competing in 2019, TGLTN led many major statistical categories including damage and kills. Fans will get to see TGLTN back in action later this summer when the team competes in PUBG Continental Series 2. After finishing Series 1 in 3rd place, the team hopes to continue to build off its success and win the grand championship with TGLTN.
The Soniqs’ new PUBG roster is now comprised of TGLTN, Hwinn, Shrimzy and M1me.