GodLike Esports Part Ways With Its Former PUBG Mobile Roster


GodLike Esports Part Ways With Its Former PUBG Mobile Roster

First TSM and now GodLike!

Aditya Singh Rawat
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GodLike Esports releases the core of its former PUBG Mobile roster due to "unforeseeable circumstances".
Kronten who is also the owner of GodLike Esports is the only player who remains on the roster.
Smxkie, Rayed, and Aladin are the three players who have been released, roughly one year after they joined the organization.

One of the most popular PUBG Mobile teams from India GodLike Esports has parted ways with its former roster. This comes just a few weeks after Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) Early Access version went live for everyone. The former GodLike PUBG Mobile lineup consisted of veteran players who were some of the best in the country. However, Chetan "Kronten" Chandgude is now the only one remaining on this roster, he is also the owner of this organization. The three players released by GodLike were Shekhar "Smxkie" Patil, Syed "Rayed" Shah, and Taha "Aladin" Khamkar.

GodLike Releases Its Former PUBG Mobile Roster

With the arrival of BGMI's open beta version and Krafton also talking about a dedicated esports circuit around the India exclusive Battle Royale, details about which would be released along with the mobile game's official launch, it surely took the community by surprise when GodLike Esports released its core of Smxkie, Rayed, and Aladin.

The three veteran players had been with the organization for roughly a year during which they won multiple events, consisting of three first place finishes across both A and B tier tournaments. At the moment, Kronten is the only player that still remains on the lineup as Gopal "Hastar" Sarda had left the team earlier in March itself.

With a heavy heart and due to unforeseeable circumstances, We bid farewell to our PUBGM/BGMI roster. GodLike will be eternally grateful to our PUBGM Roster for sticking with us through thick and thin.
GodLike Esports

No proper reason was provided by GodLike for the sudden departure of their former PUBG Mobile roster. Calling this a "minor setback", they reiterated that their goal remains to be the number one esports organization in India, promising to return once again stronger than before.

This announcement came around the same time as Sid Joshi's statement about TSM's former PUBG Mobile roster and him, allegedly parting ways with the organization. At the time, it was also noticed that TSM FTX had dropped Entity Gaming's branding from all its social media pages.

The current GodLike Esports lineup is as follows,

Chetan "Kronten" Chandgude - Support

Shekhar "Smxkie" Patil - IGL (Released)

Syed "Rayed" Shah - Assaulter (Released)

Taha "Aladin" Khamkar - Assaulter (Released)

Gopal "Hastar" Sarda - Assaulter/Filter (Left)

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.