LolzZz Reveals Why JONATHAN Has Not Been Streaming Lately
In a recent livestream, GodLike Esports content creator Yash “LolzZz” Thacker was playing Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) while also chatting with his audience and answering their questions. During the livestream, he revealed the reason why Jonathan “JONATHAN” Amaral has not been streaming on YouTube lately. Following this, LolzZz revealed that once BGMI returns and its esports scene resumes, the complete roster of GodLike Esports will start streaming and playing the game.
LolzZz states JONATHAN is in his “own zone”
The last time JONATHAN livestreamed on his YouTube channel was on 20th October, and he has been inactive since then. Fans were concerned for him due to his absence for almost a month, as he recently started streaming regularly. As a result, one of his fans asked LolzZz on his livestream why JONATHAN has not been streaming lately. Replying to the question, LolzZz said, “He will start streaming soon.” Following this, he said that when JONATHAN plans to resume regular streaming, he will update his audience about it on his Instagram handle. “Whenever he plans to come live on YouTube, he will upload an Instagram story to inform you,” he said.
LolzZz revealed that the reason behind JONATHAN being inactive is that he might be traveling. “Once the game returns, the entire roster will start playing and will be active,” he added. Following this, he stated that JONATHAN is currently in his “own zone.”
In a previous livestream, JONATHAN revealed that he would soon start playing Tier-1 BGMI scrims and practicing the game with other players. “I will start grinding BGMI properly from tomorrow; start playing scrims from tomorrow,” he said. Following this, he was spotted playing competitive scrims multiple times on other creators’ livestreams. Although he resumed playing competitive scrims and practicing the game, he has not livestreamed for a long time.
A lot of influential personalities from the Indian gaming community, including Saumya “Saumraj” Raj, Hrishav Bhattacharjee, and Harpreet “RonaK” Janjuha, have claimed that the game will return soon. Furthermore, Krafton also claimed that it is “continuing its efforts to resume services for BATTLEGROUNDS MOBILE INDIA (BGMI)” in its latest press release. With so much positive news surrounding BGMI recently, fans can expect their favorite players and streamers to resume playing the game again.