STE Skryyy Shares His Opinion on Who Is the Best BGMI Player in India
Professional PUBG Mobile player for Godlike Stalwart, Bilguutei "Skryyy" Bayasgalan, was recently seen playing PUBG Mobile with his team in a livestream on his YouTube channel. During the livestream, one of the viewers asked his opinion on who is the best PUBG Mobile/Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) player in India, and whether it was Jonathan “Jonathan” Amaral from GodLike Esports or Harsh “Goblin” Paudwal from S8UL Esports. He shared his opinion by saying that GodLike‘s Jonathan is the best player in India.
STE Skryyy says Jonathan is the best BGMI player in India
After disbanding its previous Pakistani roster in August 2021, Stalwart Esports acquired its current Mongolian PUBG Mobile roster in September. Since then, the team has encountered GodLike Esports (Indian roster) in only the PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021, as PUBG Mobile continues to be blocked in India. In that championship, Stalwart Esports showed an impressive performance and secured the 7th position in the Grand Finals, while GodLike Esports could only manage a 13th place finish. On the other hand, Stalwart Esports and S8UL Esports have not yet encountered each other with their current rosters.
Based on his experience, Skryyy expressed that he believes GodLike Jonathan is better than S8UL Goblin and is the best player in India. Apart from this, the player did not explain why he believed that Jonathan was better.
Skryyy is a Mongolian PUBG Mobile player for Godlike Stalwart who used to play under the banner of Astra Academy before Stalwart Esports acquired its roster. Since the acquisition of the roster, the team has shown exceptional performance in Asian as well as global PUBG Mobile tournaments, and Skryyy has proven to be a valuable asset to the organization. The player is currently livestreaming on YouTube and practicing PUBG Mobile by playing scrims with his teammates against Asian teams for the upcoming PUBG Mobile Global Championship, which is set to start in November 2022.