Godlike Esports Bids Farewell to Mr. Spike, 420op and Nikki

Umesh Borkar
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Godlike Esports releases Mr.Spike and 420op from its group of content creators.
Nikki, an esports athlete for its Godlike Girls BGMI roster and was also released by them.

Godlike Esports is one of the oldest esports organizations in India. It has had rosters in several esports titles like the Godlike Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) male and female rosters, Free Fire, Valorant and Players Unknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) Mobile New State. It also boasts a good number of male as well as female content creators, most of them being BGMI creators. 

Recently Godlike Esports made an announcement and revealed that it has let go of its content creators Nitish “MrSpike” Reddy, Shivam “420op” Raghav from its content group and Godlike Girls esports athlete Nikita “Nikki” Rawat.

Mr.Spike, 420op and Nikki released from Godlike Esports

Mr.Spike, a BGMI content creator, joined Godlike Esports in 2021. He is known for his informative, tricks and tips videos in BGMI. He regularly uploads videos of him playing classic matches in the Conqueror lobby, the highest rank in BGMI. He also uploads reaction videos from time to time. 

420op is an esports athlete who in the past has played competitive BGMI tournaments for several esports organizations like Team X Spark, Chemin Esports, Team Enigma Forever and Team IND. He joined Godlike Esports in 2022 as a content creator and used to upload vlogs.

Nikki was an esports athlete for the Godlike Girls BGMI lineup. The lineup was showing consistent performance since the return of BGMI in May 2023. The Godlike Girls team was also crowned the champion of BGMI Rising, an event which was organized after the return of BGMI. Her departure from the team was unexpected as the team had shown promise. 

Recently Chetan “Kronten” Chandgude had also revealed that Godlike Esports’ male BGMI roster will be making a few changes and with the release of these players and content creators from Godlike Esports, it can be expected that it will be making more changes in the future.

Godlike Esports’ rosters initially met expectations in the early stages of the ongoing Battlegrounds Mobile India Series (BGIS) 2023 but later on was eliminated from the event. It will be interesting to see what more changes or additions take place.

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Umesh is a passionate gamer having experience in a variety of mobile and PC gaming titles. Having played his fare share of games has allowed him to express his thoughts with ease. His present focus is on the Indian region.