The new line-up introduced by GodLike before Pro season 2023
GodLike Esports is a well-known esports organisation that has made a name for itself as a leader in the gaming industry due to its popular mobile gaming rosters. However, the club has declared its decision on Instagram to join the PC gaming industry and add five new players to their Valorant lineup in advance of the 2023 Pro Season because of the growing popularity of PC gaming and the competitive esports scene. The popular first-person shooter game Valorant from Riot Games has quickly risen to the top of the esports game charts. This move puts GodLike Esports in a better position to take advantage of this expanding market and compete at the top levels of competitive play with a fan base that is continuously expanding and a competitive scene that is quickly picking up speed.
GodLike Esports introduced the new team on their official Twitter account. The five players are Shakir “hikkA” Razak, Norbu “Karam1L” Tsering, Franz “Astro” del Rosario, Tejas “Rexy” Kotian, and Jude Patrick “Zey” Gunhuran. These players are expected to support the team’s success in the forthcoming season because they are all skilled and experienced in the competitive FPS shooter game Valorant. This new Valorant roster can play at a high level in the upcoming season because of its diversified combination of talent and experience. To earn a place among the top elites of the competitive Valorant scene, they will be trying to build a name for themselves in various competitions.
Switching to PC gaming
GodLike Esports made the switch from mobile to PC gaming after enjoying success in PUBG Mobile and other mobile games. The team wants to maintain its winning streak and have similar success in Valorant to what they had in mobile gaming. The squad is in a strong position to have a huge effect on the Valorant competitive scene thanks to their outstanding roster and esports expertise.
Due to unfavourable circumstances, the group had previously parted ways with its prior Valorant roster, but they are now hoping to create a strong club with the new additions. Rexy rejoins the group after having previously played for them, while Hikka teams up with an XTZ teammate. After representing Nigma Galaxy, Astro, who had been idle for nearly four months, rejoins the group.
GodLike Esports is determined to stay on the scene and participate in different competitions, such as the forthcoming VCT Ascension, despite not receiving the VCT Partnership. The group’s goal is to advance in the standings and earn a spot among the top elite teams. Although the performance of the new roster has yet to be witnessed, given their experience and talent, they are undoubtedly a squad to keep an eye on in the future.
GodLike Esports has already made a name for itself in the mobile gaming industry, so entering the PC gaming business is a big move for the company. Expanding into this industry for GodLike makes sense given the rising popularity of PC gaming and esports since it will enable the team to compete at a higher level and reach a larger audience.
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