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Goblin Comments on Neyo’s Mediocre Performance

Moin Khot
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In a recent BGMI tournament, Neyo demonstrated a mediocre performance while playing with Goblin.
Commenting on Neyo’s performance, Goblin stated that all players choke, and implied that it was okay.

Harsh “Goblin” Paudal recently participated in a Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) tournament, Shining Star S-1, along with Parveez “Atlas” Rehman, Naman “Neyo” and Dhruv “MadMan” Gaur. The Grand Finals of the tournament started on 11th Dec and will conclude on 15th Dec. Since the start of the tournament, Team SouL demonstrated an overall mediocre performance, even though Goblin was securing finishes for his team. However, Neyo demonstrated a mediocre performance. In a recent livestream, Goblin commented on Neyo’s mediocre performance. 

Goblin talks about Neyo’s poor performance

Goblin was livestreaming his Point-of-view (POV) of Shining Star S-1 Grand Final matches. During this livestream, one of his viewers noticed that Neyo had been struggling since the start of the grand finals of the tournament. Hence, the viewer asked him why Neyo was performing poorly in the tournament. 

Responding to the question, Goblin said, “Every player chokes.” He added, “There is no perfect player that plays without choking all year.”


“The important thing is where the player is choking,” said Goblin. Further, he explained that it is acceptable to choke. He said that if a player is choking where he should not, then it is a problem. However, if the player is choking in normal tournaments, then it is not a big problem. “If a player is choking where he should perform, then it is a big problem,” added Goblin. Following this, he stated, “It doesn’t matter how he performs here, or anyone else is performing; it doesn’t matter because no one remembers.” He added, “People only remember those who perform well where they need to show good performance, like in a big tournament.”

Shining Star S-1 features 30 teams divided into three groups in the grand finals. These 30 are fighting for the title and the lion’s share of the massive prize pool of INR 2,00,000. There are still two more days for the tournament to conclude. Currently, Team SouL does not rank in the top 5 on the points table. However, given the history of the team’s performance, the team can step up anytime.


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Moin covers the Indian gaming and gaming community for AFK Gaming. As an avid gamer himself, he has a passion for staying up to date on the latest developments and trends in the Indian esports scene. Moin's writing provides readers with a comprehensive look at the world of Indian esports. He is known for his ability to uncover stories and players that are shaping the future of the industry in India.

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