Neyoo Talks About His Future in Godlike Esports
Godlike Esports has been one of the dominant teams in the past and has won several tournaments. Since the launch of BGMI it has not been able to show consistent performances and has been eliminated from various major events.
In a recent announcement, made by Godlike Esports’ Founder Chetan “Kronten” Changude, it was revealed that Godlike Esports will be making changes to its Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) lineup. The announcement came after the team was not able to qualify for the Battlegrounds Mobile India Masters Series (BGMS) 2023 Season 2 and Battlegrounds Mobile India Series (BGIS) 2023 events.
Neyoo reveals his future in Godlike Esports
Suraj “Neyoo” Majumdar has been one of the core members of Godlike Esports’ BGMI roster along with Jonathan “Jonathan” Jude Amaral and Abhishek “Zgod” Choudhary. The current BGMI roster of Godlike Esports consists of Jonathan, Neyoo, Zgod, Arjun “Shadow” Mandhalkar, and Rudra “Spower”.
Spower was added to the team ahead of BGMS 2023 Season 2 and BGIS 2023. The team had dominated the initial stages of BGIS 2023 but opted to play the latter half without its regular In Game Leader (IGL) Shadow.
In a recent, Neyoo, an esports athlete for Godlike Esports’ BGMI lineup talked about the performance of the team, his future in the team and whether or not he will be part of the organization moving forward.
Talking about the performance of Godlike Esports Neyoo said, “We have not been performing as a team and are also stressed out mentally. Our performance has dipped since the release of the game. We won a tournament a long time ago but it didn’t matter as much. It's not like we are not trying to change things, we have tried a lot of things but it hasn’t worked out for us. So it has been mentally stressful for us.”
He also talked about his future in the team and said, “You guys will not see me playing from Godlike Esports in the future. I will be going on a break for a while, away from all the stress. I will be playing the game though. That’s all I can say about my future.”
Godlike Esports has won two A tier tournaments since the launch of BGMI but has not been able to qualify for two of the major official events like Battlegrounds Mobile India Pro Series (BMPS) 2022 and BGIS 2023. The changes in the team have not happened yet but fans are eager to see what changes the team will exactly make to its current roster and how it shall affect its performance.