JONATHAN Talks About His Performance At BGMI LAN Event

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JONATHAN Talks About His Performance at BGMI All Stars Invitational LAN Event

The star assaulter was not too happy with his individual performance.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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GodLike Esports had a disappointing run at the recently concluded BGMI LAN event, NODWIN Loco All Stars Invitational.
The team ended the tournament with a fourteenth place finish, which was way below what was expected from them going into the event.
During a recent livestream session JONATHAN spoke about his individual performance at the tournament.

The first-ever BGMI LAN event, NODWIN Loco All Stars Invitational, recently concluded with TSM walking away as the winner on the back of its hyper-aggressive performance.

Other teams like Hyderabad Hydras, Revenant Esports, Team XO, Skylightz Gaming, Team iNSANE, and Enigma Gaming stepped up to the competition really well, but one of the star teams missing from the top half of the points table was GodLike Esports.

The fan favourites never got the start that they were looking for, as they secured a dismal fourteenth place finish at the tournament. Speaking about his individual performance at the tournament during a recent livestream, Jonathan "JONATHAN" Amaral expressed disappointment as his viewers tried to cheer him up.

JONATHAN talks about his performance at the BGMI LAN event NODWIN Loco All Stars Invitaional

It was not a good outing for GodLike Esports at the recently concluded BGMI LAN tournament. One of the best teams from India who had even represented the country at the PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021: Grand Finals, looked completely shattered during the offline clash.

After a rough start in the opening few matches, GodLike never recovered properly and ended the first day with 27 points to their name and stood eleventh on the points table.

Little did they know that this would turn out to be their best day of the tournament, as GodLike went on to score just 18 points on the second day followed by 19 points on the third and final day.

The entire team was struggling to find its form and come together collectively as a unit to find a solution to their problems. Even the individual spark to carry through in such trying times had completely vanquished.

Speaking about his performance JONATHAN said that the first day was not too bad for him, but from the second day onwards he started feeling helpless as if he had been left alone.

"On the first day you guys must have seen I had around 11 or 12 kills, I guess," said JONATHAN, "but then on the second and third day we just kept losing and losing, what else can I even say?!"

By this time JONATHAN's voice had gone a bit low, so his audience tried to cheer him up by boosting his morale as one of the messages that JONATHAN read out said that he would surely be the MVP (Most Valubale Player) of the next BGMI tournament (Penta Invitational 2022).

All eyes will be on GodLike, especially JONATHAN as they continue competing in the ongoing Penta Invitational 2022 which is taking place online. The team also needs to address what went wrong at the LAN tournament because there are surely going to be more offline events ahead.

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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.