Goblin Shares His Plans After BGMI’s Return
Team SouL’s professional Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) player Harsh “Goblin” Paudwal recently revealed his plans regarding esports and livestreaming after the potential return of BGMI. Goblin stated that he is eagerly anticipating BGMI’s return and wants to focus solely on playing esports rather than streaming. He added that he knows what he needs to do to become the best in the game and is willing to leave livestreaming behind if it ever becomes a hurdle in his success.
Goblin plans to leave livestreaming if it ever becomes a hurdle in his esports journey
Goblin said he wants to completely leave streaming behind and dedicate himself fully to playing competitively. “I do not want to stream and all. I will just start the livestream and sit in front of the camera after winning a trophy. Do you remember my first livestream? I sat like a fool, with 35,000 viewers watching. I will leave streaming. I will just sit in front of the camera and won’t play the game. Even if I do (play the game on) livestream, it will be very less,” he added.
Goblin stated that he and his team are currently focusing on streaming since no tournaments are taking place due to the game’s unavailability. However, he made it clear that esports remains their primary focus, and they will leave streaming behind if it becomes a hurdle in their esports journey.
Goblin also expressed confidence in his skills and dedication to becoming the best in the game. He stated that he knows what he needs to do to become the best and is willing to fully commit. “At the moment, I don’t feel anyone can go ahead of me. I feel I can be the best. So if I feel like I am having problems, I will leave streaming,” he added.
Within a short span of around four months with Team SouL, Goblin has established himself as one of the best players in India, and Team SouL has established itself as one of the strongest BGMI teams in the country. The team also won the BGMI Pro Series and represented India on the global stage of the PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2022. Notably, on our “” list, we placed Goblin in second position, barely behind GodLike Esports’ Jonathan “JONATHAN” Amaral, who topped the list.