GodLike to Represent India at COD: Mobile Masters in Brazil

Ahsan Kabir
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<div class="paragraphs"><p>Team GodLike Books Ticket to COD: Mobile Masters as India Champs</p></div>
Team GodLike Books Ticket to COD: Mobile Masters as India Champs


GodLike went undefeated in ESL's $6,700 India tournament, proving its domestic dominance.
GodLike shall now compete in the $200,000 Mobile Masters event in Brazil.

India's premier Call of Duty Mobile (CODM) esports team, GodLike Esports, recently secured a triumphant victory at the ESL Snapdragon Call of Duty Mobile Pro Series Season 4 India tournament. More significantly, this win punched GodLike's ticket to represent India at the upcoming Mobile Masters tournament set to take place this April in São Paulo, Brazil. As one of only eight teams from around the world invited to compete, GodLike will battle on an international stage for a slice of the $200,000 total prize pool.

COD: Mobile Pro Series Season 4 Grand Finals

GodLike faced off against, Team Vitality, in the Indian tournament's Grand Finals but refused to drop even a single round across the series. The team's consistency and coordination was unmatched, earning GodLike the grand prize of $6,700 USD. Despite reaching the finals, Team Vitality struggled to find openings against GodLike’s onslaught and had to settle for second place and $3,700.

The ESL Snapdragon Pro Series Challenge Season tournament spanned eight top Indian teams separated into two initial groups. Team GodLike and Team Vitality dominated their groups alongside TWOB and Autobotz to advance. In the playoff semifinals, Vitality took down Autobotz while GodLike eliminated TWOB, setting up an intense finals rematch. True to form, GodLike closed out Vitality to claim the Indian crown. After losing, Vitality battled through the lower bracket only to once again fall short versus GodLike on the main stage.

COD: Mobile Masters 2024

GodLike now prepares to test itself against the world's best talent at Mobile Masters in Brazil this April. Seven of the eight invited teams have already been determined, hailing from North America, Latin America, Europe, China, and APAC/Japan. Learning from its previous international stint, GodLike will strive to strategize how to leverage its chemistry and experience to overcome international powerhouse teams on Brazilian soil across the two-day $90,000 USD finals.

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Ahsan is a content writer for AFK Gaming. As part of the client services team, he works in influencer business as well as esports & gaming content production. He is also a serious fps player with professional-level experience in COD Mobile and PUBG Mobile.