Aladin Reveals Why He Likes Team SouL and GodLike Esports
Is every player a fan of these teams?
It has been more than nine months since Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) was banned in the country. Many professional players have since shifted to other mobile battle royale titles or pivoted towards streaming and content creation.
Taha "Aladin" Khamkar from 7Sea Esports is among the few that has continued to stick around with the organization, playing BGMI scrims and connecting with his audience via streaming.
During a recent livestream, he spoke about his favorite BGMI team and explained why he likes two of India's most popular esports organizations, Team SouL and GodLike Esports.
Aladin explains what is it about Team SouL and GodLike Esports that he likes so much
Despite multiple BGMI players leaving the organization, Aladin has stuck around along with Harsh "SPRAYGOD" Malik, while other members of their team have gone ahead on their own paths.
Talking about his favorite BGMI team, Aladin says that he likes his own team the most, highlighting his strong commitment and loyalty towards the organization.
However, Aladin also adds that apart from 7Sea Esports, he also likes Team SouL and GodLike Esports due to the unity showcased by their players and how they have stuck with their respective teams through this phase.
"I also like SouL, I appreciate their sense of unity, it is really good. In this regard, even GodLike does really well. They play together, hang out together, and even have meals together every day. This is all really good, even I want something like this. Most players in our team left, it is only me and SPRAYGOD for now," said Aladin.
Having shared his views, he adds that the regional mobile esports community and the market build around it is mostly dependent on Team SouL, GodLike Esports, and Team XSpark
7Sea Esports acquired Aladin in July 2021 and he continues to actively serve with the organization, representing its BGMI lineup. So far he has helped them achieve victory in tournaments like Villager Esports Pro Invitational 2021, India Today's Dangal, and Battlegrounds Mobile India Showdown 2022.
He is one of the few players from India who has competed internationally and represented India on a global stage by qualifying for the PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2022: Afterparty Showdown.