“TSM Entity Battlegrounds Mobile India roster likely to be acquired by Godlike Esports” suggests Report

"TSM Entity Battlegrounds Mobile India roster likely to be acquired by Godlike Esports" suggests Report

“TSM Entity Battlegrounds Mobile India roster likely to be acquired by Godlike Esports” suggests Report: Previously, it was reported that TSM, the global Esports brand, may release its fan-favorite PUBG Mobile/BGMI roster. Now, according to the latest leaks, TSM’s PUBG Mobile roster which includes talents like Jonathan, ZGod, Clutchgod & Neyo, may get acquired by Godlike Esports.

TSM, now to be known as Team SoloMid FTX, is one of the top Esports organizations in the world based in Los Angeles. They entered India through a partnership with one of the top-performing teams in the country, Entity Gaming.

With the imminent launch of Battlegrounds Mobile India, every Esports organization in India is in the process to ‘lock & load’ a fresh competitive roster. Similarly, Godlike Esports announced the release of their current roster yesterday. Now, if reports from Gemwire stand correct, the entire TSM lineup will fill the Godlike Esports roster. The probability for this to happen is quite high as the team would like to stick together, especially when this lineup has performed exceptionally well in recent times.

Gemwire reported, “In a turn of events, a source has revealed to GemWire that the TSM Entity Battlegrounds Mobile India roster is likely going to be acquired by GodLike Esports.”

“This news comes after a recent report suggesting the departure of the roster from TSM Entity. The news was then further confirmed by sources of GemWire and ex-TSM Entity manager Sid Joshi” they added.

 

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Also Read: Battlegrounds Mobile India: Godlike Esports releases its PUBG Mobile Roster

Earlier, CEO Andy Dinh hinted on Twitter that the organization will focus on further growth in mobile gaming. Moreover, this lineup has showcased such impressive performances over the past years, whether it was a second-place finish in both the League Stage and the finals of the PMPL: South Asia Season 1, or winning the PUBG Mobile India Series 2020. Thus, this move by TSM is very surprising as well as quite baffling for the TSM fans. However, we may get something reasonable once the official announcements are made.

On the other hand, Godlike Esports, who just announced their departure with its present PUBG Mobile/ BGMI roster, also promised a strong comeback. If everything falls into place, it will be a strong comeback for Godlike indeed.

 

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