GodLike Esports parts ways with Valorant Roster

GodLike Esports has released their entire Valorant roster for unstated reasons. In an official post, the organization revealed that they are parting ways with its PC division including stars like Antidote and Deathmaker. This parting is a result of “unfortunate events” which preceded before the actual departure.

Valorant emerged as the next popular esports title in India and many old CS:GO stars tried their luck at this new title of Riot Games. Many pros made a switch from the former to Valorant and looking at this booming industry, many new organizations invested and hired new rosters.

GodLike Esports also ventured into PC gaming after running a successful roster in mobile gaming division. Their PUBG Mobile roster produced promising results and they looking to achieve a similar result in Valorant as well. GodLike signed some well-known players to their roster and their future was looking promising.

Even though the roster failed to perform on a regional scale, as compared to other organizations like Velocity Gaming or Global Esports, but their results were consistent and they were still considered as one of the best teams in India. The roster had some of the best players in Valorant onboard but due to some inner matters, the organization decided to drop their roster.

In the official post, they stated that this move was taken due to some unfortunate events and even though the roster is disbanded, the organization has decided to keep Haivaan as their content creator. The rest of GodLike players are now free agents and we might see some big organizations making a move to hire these stars in the near future.

Deathmaker was reported to shift to Velocity Gaming and as he does not represent any team now, we might see some moves very soon. Antidote was a part of Velocity in the past and it will be interesting to see which roster picks him up next.

GodLike Esports will be focusing on mobile esports for a while and they have recently picked one of the best rosters in India with players from old TSM India team. The organization has even prompted their fans that they will return to competitive PC esports in the future, citing that their return might be by this fall or next year.