GodLike Esports Adds 420op As Content Creator


420op Joins GodLike Esports as Content Creator

One final announcement to end the year on a high.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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GodLike Esports expands its team of content creators by adding the popular mobile esports personality 420op.
420op is a popular mobile esports athlete, streamer, and content creator who has played for teams like Chemin, XSpark, Umumba, and more.

GodLike Esports is on a roll, adding another popular personality to its lineup of content creators within two weeks of having signed the biggest Pokemon content creator in India, ending 2022 on a high.

Popular within the mobile gaming community, Shivamm "420op" Raghav is the latest personality to join GodLike Esports. He is a streamer and professional mobile esports athlete, having competed in titles like PUBG Mobile and BGMI (Battlegrounds Mobile India) for various teams like Chemin Esports, Team XSpark, Umumba Esports, Red Owl Gaming, and others.

420op boasts a significant following across multiple social media platforms including 163,000 subscribers on YouTube, 15,700 followers on Loco, and more than 99,000 followers on Instagram.

GodLike Esports made the official announcement via a short video clip posted on its Instagram page on 28th December.

GodLike Esports adds 420op to its team of Content Creators

Ending the year on a high note, GodLike Esports made its final announcement of the year on 28th December by adding 420op to its ever expanding team of content creators.

"2022 is ending and we thought that it's time we make sure we end the year right," stated GodLike Esports, "We are super proud to announce the newest content creator of the GodLike family, 420op. This family is becoming stronger and stronger"

420op started out as an esports athlete and along the way picked up content creation as a way to stay connected with his fans while cultivating his own audience. He achieved this by mostly streaming gameplay videos of PUBG Mobile and BGMI, soon transitioning over to video logs (vlogs) sharing his daily life and other fun videos.

It will be interesting to see how this journey pans out in the long run, with many expecting BGMI to return in January 2023.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.

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