GodLike Esports’ Struggles in BGMI: A Closer Look
GodLike Esports, a professional esports team, has been facing issues with their performance in Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI). During a recent livestream, the team’s player Suraj “Neyoo” Majumdar discussed the problems they were facing with his teammates, Vivek “ClutchGod” Horo and Abhishek “ZGOD” Choudhary. Read our other articles on BGMI on our page.
Issues with Communication and Coordination
Neyoo noted that the team’s issues with inadequate coordination and communication during games were leading to an imbalance among the players. While the players were skilled at eliminating opponents, they frequently made rash choices that caused them to choke during games. Neyoo noted that a lack of cooperation among the team was a result of situations when players would advance alone or some would wait behind due to faulty communication.
The Impact of Communication and Coordination on Gameplay
Good communication and coordination are critical in esports games such as BGMI. Players need to work together as a team to achieve the objectives of the game. Poor communication and coordination can lead to confusion, mistakes, and ultimately poor performance. In BGMI, players need to make quick decisions, and communication needs to be precise and effective to ensure that everyone is on the same pace.
Neyoo’s Benching and Return
Neyoo had previously been benched by the team’s coach, Abhijeet “GHATAK” Andhare, for not practising BGMI and analysing his gameplay. He was advised to practice and improve his skills before playing on the main team. However, it appears that he has been brought back to the team, and it will be interesting to see how he performs.
The poor performance of GodLike Esports in BGMI can be attributed to poor communication and coordination among the players. The team needs to work on improving these areas to enhance their performance. Communication is crucial in esports, and players need to be able to communicate effectively to ensure that they are on the same page. Furthermore, Neyoo’s return to the team raises expectations about their future performance, and it will be interesting to see how they progress in the future. The success of an esports team is not only based on individual skills but also on the ability to work together as a team, making communication and coordination essential.