GodLike Esports’ star assaulter Jonathan “JONATHAN” Amaral’s anticipated participation in Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) Masters Series (BGMS) Season 2 League Week 2 took an unexpected turn. After showing a commendable performance in the first two days of League Week 2, JONATHAN was nowhere to be seen on the third day.
Kamaljeet Singh, the manager of GodLike Esports, explained the absence of JONATHAN from the tournament. He revealed that JONATHAN had been suffering from extremely high fever, leading to his hospitalization. The severity of his condition raised concerns, but medical tests returned clear. However, the fever left JONATHAN weakened, prompting his doctor’s recommendation for essential rest.
JONATHAN to Miss BGMS Season 2 League Week 2
In a recent vlog by Ocean Sharma, GodLike Esports’ manager Kamaljeet Singh opened up about the absence of JONATHAN, one of the team’s prominent players, during BGMS Season 2 League Week 2. Kamaljeet revealed that JONATHAN had been grappling with a high fever, reaching temperatures as high as 103°F to 104°F. Such a fever can be incapacitating for anyone. Due to the severity of his condition, JONATHAN had to be admitted to the hospital, where JONATHAN underwent a few tests. Fortunately, all medical reports came back clear. However, the aftermath of the fever left JONATHAN in a weakened state, and the doctor advised him to take a few days of bed rest.
Kamaljeet highlighted JONATHAN’s dedication to playing despite his health issues, noting that JONATHAN expressed his desire to participate. However, due to receiving saline injections during the treatment, his left hand had swollen, impacting his ability to perform at his best. In light of these circumstances, Kamaljeet prioritized JONATHAN’s health above all else, recognizing that the player’s well-being takes precedence over the game.
In a recent development, JONATHAN revealed through his Instagram story that he has departed from the venue and is heading back to his home in Mumbai. He added that he will return back to the tournament as soon as he can. For the time being, GodLike Esports’ Suraj “Neyoo” Nityanand Majumdar has replaced JONATHAN on the active roster. It is still unknown how long it will take JONATHAN to completely recover from this medical issue.