JoKerOG States He Would Prefer ClutchGod on Team Insidious’ BGMI Roster
Update: In an earlier version of this article, it was incorrectly written that Gill made these claims. We have since rectified the article and apologize for the misprint.
In a recent livestream, the in-game leader (IGL) of Team Insidious’ professional Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) roster, Gourav "JokerOG" Joshi, was playing Tier-1 BGMI scrims with his team. During this session, one of his viewers asked him who would be the fourth player in the BGMI roster of Team Insidious. Responding to the question, JokerOG revealed that he has multiple options to pick from. However, he would always prefer Vivek “ClutchGod” Horo to join the team if ClutchGod wants to play in the team.
JokerOG states he wants an experienced player on his team
Responding to the question, JokerOG stated that anyone who gets along with the team and creates good synergy would be the fourth player in the BGMI roster of Team Insidious. “As of now, I can’t say who will be the fourth player on the team until the game returns.” He added, “It could be ClutchGod, or it could be anyone who could gel up with the team. I have a lot of players to pick from.”
JokerOG revealed that if ClutchGod wants to play with his team, his top priority would be ClutchGod, given his experience and impressive gameplay. “However, the problem is that if ClutchGod comes and plays with us, then my main priority would be ClutchGod. Because I know his game, I know his competitive gameplay. He never messes up while playing competitive games.” Following this, he stated that although his team is getting along with other players, he wants an experienced player for LAN events and Tier-1 tournaments, and ClutchGod is a good fit. “We are getting along with other players as well now, but in Tier-1 tournaments or LAN events, I want an experienced player in my team, and ClutchGod fills that space,” he said.
ClutchGod is a 19-year-old professional Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) player for GodLike Esports. At such a young age, he has played under the banner of five of the most popular Indian BGMI organizations, namely Team SouL, 8Bit, Entity Gaming, TSM Entity, and the most recent GodLike Esports.
ClutchGod gained traction with his impressive performance in the PUBG Mobile India Tour 2019, where he played for Team Revenge and won the tournament. Since then, he has won multiple championships, including PUBG Mobile India Series 2020, and has represented India on a global stage in the PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021, PUBG Mobile World League 2020: East, and PUBG Mobile Club Open - Fall Split. Furthermore, he is an influential and prominent figure in the BGMI community.