Neyoo Urged GodLike Esports’ BGMI Players to Switch to New State Mobile
GodLike Esports’ professional Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) player Suraj “Neyoo” Majumdar recently claimed that if BGMI does not return, GodLike Esports’ BGMI lineup will have a hard time as they have not yet switched to New State Mobile and would require time to catch up with the existing competition if they switch late. He added that he had been encouraging his teammates to play New State Mobile due to the uncertainty of BGMI’s return.
Neyoo and Fierce claims JONATHAN would not switch to New State Mobile
In a , GodLike Esports’s professional BGMI player Arshpreet “GiLL” Singh was playing New State Mobile with his fellow teammate Neyoo and Team XO’s New State Mobile player Ritesh “Fierce” Nawandar. While discussing New State Mobile, GiLL expressed that if players keep playing the game, the competition will increase over time, and it will become a “fast-paced” game, but he added that BGMI would return by that time. Responding to this, Fierce jokingly said that BGMI would not return for another six or seven months.
Neyoo added, “If BGMI does not return, GodLike Esports’ main lineup would bear the most loss. I have been urging them to start (playing New State Mobile).” Fierce did not understand which main lineup would be affected and what kind of loss they would face, so he asked Neyoo to clarify.
Neyoo replied that if BGMI does not return, the lineup would eventually have to switch to New State Mobile, and then they would need time to catch up with the existing competition in the game’s esports scene.
Fierce added that Neyoo’s teammate and GodLike Esports’ BGMI pro Jonathan “JONATHAN” Amaral would not switch to New State Mobile, and Neyoo agreed to it. Neyoo added that he was not talking about JONATHAN but the rest of his teammates. However, Fierce and Neyoo did not reveal why they said JONATHAN would not switch to New State Mobile.
Multiple Indian and have been picking up New State Mobile amid the unavailability of Free Fire and BGMI. On the other hand, many including JONATHAN and Team SouL’s in-game leader Sahil “Omega” Jakhar, still believe that BGMI will soon return and have decided to stick with the game. It will be interesting to see what the future holds for New State Mobile and, if BGMI returns, how it will affect its esports scene.