Team SouL’s Coach Amit Ranks Team’s BGMI Players


Team SouL’s Coach Amit Ranks Team’s BGMI Players

Moin Khot
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Team SouL’s BGMI coach Amit rated all the players on the team on the basis of their game sense or awareness.
Game sense was the only aspect that Amit evaluated and did not delve into other aspects like aim, mechanics, etc.

Team SouL’s Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) coach Amit “Amit” Dubey recently rated the organization’s BGMI players based only on their game sense. Although Harsh “Goblin” Paudwal is the team’s star assaulter, Amit rated him the lowest amongst all his teammates. On the other hand, he rated Akshat “AkshaT” Goel the highest among all his teammates. 

It’s worth noting that Amit only considered their game sense and did not take into account other factors such as gun mechanics, aim, assaulting skills, and many other aspects.

Amit ranks Goblin the lowest and AkshaT the highest in terms of game sense

In a recent livestream, a viewer asked Amit to rate the game sense of Team SouL’s BGMI players out of 10, prompting him to rate the players. Following are Amit’s ratings for Team SouL’s BGMI players:

Harsh “Goblin” Paudwal - 4.5 to 5

Although being the team’s star assaulter and considered the best assaulter in India by many, Amit believed that Goblin deserves a 4.5 to 5 out of 10 for his game sense.

Despite having played the game professionally for the last three years (since 2019), Goblin only received the recognition he deserved when S8UL Esports signed him to its roster in March 2022. Since then, he has played under the S8UL Esports brand to represent India on the international level in the PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2022 (PMWI 2022) and has put up an amazing performance so far in his tenure.


Sohail “Hector” Shaikh - 6.5

With incredible improvement in the past few months, Amit evaluated Hector and decided to rate him a 6.5 out of 10 for his game sense.

Of all the players in Team SouL, Hector has the least experience in BGMI esports, as he started playing professionally in 2021. However, this has not stopped him from being one of the best support players in the country. With his inclusion, Team SouL has put forth an incredible performance, won numerous tournaments, including the BGMI Pro Series (BMPS), and emerged as one of the best teams in India.


Sahil "Omega" Jakhar - 9

Omega, the team’s in-game leader (IGL), is an essential part of their success and the mastermind of the team. He is responsible for guiding the team and making critical decisions that can affect the game’s outcome. Amit evaluated Omega and rated him a 9 out of 10 for his game sense.

Omega is the most experienced player on the team and one of the oldest players in the BGMI community. His esports journey started in March 2019 when he finished in 7th position in the PUBG Mobile India Series 2019 with Team Maximus Alpha. Although he failed to replicate this success in the early stage of his career, he made a comeback after the launch of BGMI. Finally, after joining Team SouL, he has been one of the best IGLs in the community.


Akshat “AkshaT” Goel - 9.5

Of all the players, Amit rated AkshaT the highest, with a rating of 9.5 out of 10.

AkshaT has been a part of the BGMI community since the early days of the game. He started his professional journey with Team Celtz and has played for some well-known Indian organizations, including 8bit and Chemin Esports. Although he failed to put on an exceptional performance in the early stage of his career, he emerged as one of the finest players in the community after joining Team SouL.

Akshat "AkshaT" Goel in Team SouL's Jersey

Amit’s ratings of Team SouL’s BGMI players indicate that they have different levels of game sense. While some need to improve their decision-making and game awareness, others excel in their strategic thinking and situational awareness.

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