Godlike Esports has made a huge move in the competitive Battlegrounds Mobile India community by acquiring the dominating roster of TSM Entity. Sources from the management who are closed to TalkEsport, have confirmed that GodLike Esports is going to sign the entire roster of the TSM Entity including all the players (Ghatak, Neyoo, Jonathan, ZGod, ClutchGod).
TSM was reportedly going to drop their PUBG Mobile roster and GodLike Esports grabbed this opportunity to hire them immediately. The new GodLike roster will have all five members of the TSM Entity playing for a new organization. The players in this roster are some of the best in terms of talent and each of them has a huge potential to wipe entire squads on their own.
TSM Entity was led and coached by Ghatak and in this transition, the entirety of the PUBG Mobile division of TSM India, including the players and coach, has been acquired by GodLike Esports.
This is a huge change in the PUBG Mobile community as TSM Entity was always among the top five teams in any regional tournament and they almost won every tournament in which they participated and GodLike did not lack behind with excellent performance of their own. These two powerhouses are coming together to form their own power-packed roster to dominate in upcoming BGMI tournaments.
GodLike was in partnership with Chinese organization NOVA Esports and before they could showcase their prowess with a new name, PUBG Mobile was banned in India. We could see yet another partnership once the Battlegrounds Mobile India is publicly available in the country. The game is currently under the open beta phase where early access is available for players with Android devices.
GodLike Esports already has their own active roster of PUBG Mobile and as the launch of Battlegrounds Mobile India is right around the corner, the competition and tournaments may also begin very soon. It will be interesting to see how Kronten decides to shuffle the roster to fit new additions alongside the old members of his team.
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