GodLike Esports Acquires FaR Esports’ Roster to Form Their Own Valorant Lineup
Indian eSports organization GodLike eSports, famous for their highly successful PUBG Mobile roster, have announced their attainment of FaR eSports’ (also from India) Valorant roster today in an Instagram post.
GodLike is the latest in a long chain of Indian eSports companies who have recently opted to create a Valorant lineup, mostly because of the recent demise of PUBG Mobile in the country. The roster they have acquired from FaR has had a very good time leading up to the deal. It has a great mix of talented and competent gamers. With FaR, they won the “1 Play Esports Valorant” India invitational beating the esteemed Global Esports in the final, and also had a superb run in the TEC Challenge Series 3 that was concluded only yesterday, where they came second.
GodLike’s new Valorant lineup includes:
- Divyansh ‘ScarGod’ Jain,
- Abhay ‘KnightRider’ Mulchandani,
- Shane ‘WhiteHorse’ Kariwow,
- Shivam ‘sh1vy’ Ajmani, and
- Jigar ‘sMx’ Mehta
In their previous partnership with Nova Esports, GodLike earned their mantle as one of the most successful PUBG Mobile rosters in India. Apart from coming third in the prestigious
“PUBG Mobile Pro League – Spring Split 2020: South Asia” June, they also won tournaments like the “Battle of Stars”, “Gamers without borders 2020: Asia”, “PMPL – Spring Split 2020: SA Scrims Season 2”, “PUBG Mobile Club Open – Spring Split 2020: India”, and “Fighting League 2018 – India”. They will be hoping that their latest venture in the gaming industry will come to fruition just like their previous ones. With a fresh, successful and efficient roster, that doesn’t look far-fetched.
With the ongoing turmoil in the Indian eSports market in the aftermath of the PUBG ban in India, many organizations, previously associated with PUBG Mobile, are now shifting their allegiances towards other games, mainly Valorant. The increasing competition could mean that a tough journey might be waiting ahead for GodLike Esports, but for Valorant and for the Indian gaming domain, this escalation in the numbers of Valorant lineups will surely open doors for future growth and expansion.