SouL VipeR is one of the first heroes of the Indian PUBG Mobile. One of the original founding members of Team SouL, he stuck with the Team since playing his first tournament in DreamHack 2018. With some major achievements under his skills and has represented the country in many international PUBG mobile tournament.
Viper is one of India’s most experienced and recognized PUBG Mobile players. However, apart from this, VipeR is one of the top players in India, who has built a high reputation for himself for his versatility and master of his craft.
While he may not feature as often on the kill list and the MVP list of tournaments, VipeR has shown time and again that he can fit into any role. He is known for streaming PUBG Mobile and is an active player in the esports community.
👦 Personal Info – Wiki/Bio
|Real Name||Yash Paresh Soni|
|Nick Name||SouL VipeR, VipeR|
|Date of Birth||18 December 1998|
|Birth Place||Mumbai, India|
|Age (as in 2020)||21 years|
|Hobbies||Playing a video game, Travelling|
|Profession(s)||YouTuber, Gamer, Esports Player|
|Address||S8UL Gaming House “Bootcamp”, Mumbai, Maharashtra|
|Famous For||For his Gameplay and as a competitive PUBG Mobile player|
👦 Body Appearance & 💪 Physical Stats
|Height||5’ 6” Feet-inches|
|Weight||approx. 60 kg|
Biography – Early Life & Career
Yash Soni aka SouL VipeR born on 18 December 1998 (age 21 years in 2020) in Mumbai. Since childhood, he was very fond of playing video games. He used to play games like Counter Strike on PC, after which he also played games on PS2, PS3 and PS4.
Viper completed his high school, intermediate and B.Com from Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics College, Mumbai, Maharashtra. He was a smart student at school time, he got 90% in 10th standard.
Prior to PUBG, he used to play Free Fire Battle Royale game with his society’s friends. In the beginning, Viper was in Rip Official Clan. Later on, In December 2018, he Joined SouL as a professional Roster for PUBG Mobile Esports.
Yash Soni Esport career
He started his career as competitive Esport player with popular LAN event tournament named DreamHack 2018 and secured 1st position in the tournament with teammates SOUŁ々MortaL, SOUŁ々Owais, and SOUŁ々Ronak. Later Owais and Ronak left Team SouL and joined Team Fnatic.
Viper was scheduled to appear in his CET exam on 10 March 2019, but could not attend as the PMIS (PUBG Mobile India Series) final was held in Hyderabad on the same date. Not attending the CET exam was the turning point of his career as his team became the winner of the PMIS 2019 tournament with a winning amount of US$41,000.
In June 2019, at another major event, PUBG Mobile Club Open – Spring Split: India Team SouL was placed first in the following tournament winning amount of US$60,000 and qualified for the PUBG Mobile Club Open – Fall Split Global Finals.
At the Berlin were Finals held, Team SouL acquired 12th position. Team SouL consisting of Ronak, Viper, MortaL & Owais represented India in PMCO Global Finals. In the second season (2020) of PUBG Mobile Club Open – Fall Split: South Asia, Team SouL secured as runner-ups in the Regional Finals, and ultimately 12th position again in Global Finals in Kuala Lumpur.
Team SouL consisting of MortaL, Regaltos, Clutchgod & Viper came 2nd in PUBG Mobile Club Open – Fall Split: South Asia 2019 held in Delhi.
Also Read: SouL Regaltos
And this is how his Esports journey started. After that, with the guidance of 8bit thug and SouL MortaL, vipeR started streaming PUBG Mobile gameplay on YouTube.
How did you get the name Viper?
Actually, he was a big fan of WWE since childhood. His favourite wrestler was Randy Orton, whose nickname was Viper. So whichever game he played, he used to keep that name as a game name and that is how it stuck with him.
|2018-12-22||1st||DreamHack Mumbai 2018||₹20,000|
|2019-03-10||1st||PUBG Mobile India Series||$42,000|
|2019-06-15||1st||PUBG Mobile Club Open – Spring Split South Asia||$60,000|
|2019-07-28||12th||PUBG Mobile Club Open – Spring Split Global Finals||$2,500|
|2019-09-29||13th||PUBG Mobile Star Challenge – Taiwan||$3,000|
|2019-11-10||2nd||PUBG Mobile Club Open – Fall Split South Asia||$30,000|
|2019-12-01||12th||PUBG Mobile Club Open – Fall Split Global Finals||$8,000|
|2019-12-29||12th||PeaceKeeper Elite Championship – Beijing||$6,425|
SouL VipeR Family & Girlfriend
SouL VipeR belongs to a Gujarati family. ViperR’s family comprises his father Paresh Soni, mother Parul Soni, elder sister Priyanka Soni and his grandmother Prabhavati Soni.
At this time Viper is not in any relationship, he is single. He has no girlfriend.
Control Layout and Sensitivity Setting
He uses two thumbs with gyro controls for playing PUBGM. His sensitivity settings are given below. Viper’s PUBG ID is 587552420.
Camera sensitivity settings:
- 3rd person camera (free look): 300%
- Camera (free look): 300%
- 1st person camera (free look): 300%
- 3rd person no scope: 172%
- 1st person no scope: 119%
- Red Dot, Holographic, Aim assist: 73%
- 2x scope: 56%
- 3x scope: 34%
- 4x scope: 21%
- 6x scope: 14%
- 8x scope: 15%
ADS sensitivity settings:
- 3rd person no scope: 120%
- 1st person no scope: 104%
- Red Dot, Holographic, Aim assist: 60%
- 2x scope: 49%
- 3x scope: 27%
- 4x scope: 17%
- 6x scope: 14%
- 8x scope: 12%
Gyroscope sensitivity settings:
- 3rd person no scope: 230%
- 1st person no scope: 230%
- Red Dot, Holographic, Aim assist: 300%
- 2x scope: 220%
- 3x scope: 181%
- 4x scope: 150%
- 6x scope: 100%
- 8x scope: 95%
VipeR’s Net Worth (Income/Earning) & Salary
VipeR is one of the famous PUBGM players of the Indian Gaming community. He has a more than 1M subscribers on his YouTube channel. So far, he has won more than ₹1.1 crores from competitive tournaments.
If we talk about his daily YouTube income, then it is about 4500 rupees and monthly is 1 lakh 35 thousand. So far, he has earned around 40 Lakh rupees from his YouTube channel. Apart from this, during live streaming, he also does a lot of earning through paid chat and donation.
|Income/Earning/Salary||4500 rupees – per day from YouTube|
1 lakh 35 thousand – per month from YouTube
|Net Worth||approx. ₹2-₹2.5 crores|
|Sources of Income||YouTube & Tournaments|
SouL VipeR Social Media Accounts
He is active on his Facebook, Instagram accounts.
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Contact Mail: email@example.com
Apart from being an esports player, Viper has always stepped up to help people. As he is the co-leader of one of India’s favourite PUBG Mobile Team SouL, he is an inspiration and idol to many.
Humanely, Viper helped raise funds for the victims of natural disaster with his donation streams on YouTube. On July 17, 2019, Viper streamed the charity to raise funds for the Assam flood refugees and did the same on 04 October 2019 for Bihar flood refugees too.