Godlike and Stalwart are one of the most renowned esports organizations from South Asian and Southeast Asian regions respectively. Just after the ban of BGMI in India, Godlike made a collaboration with Stalwart esports, and thus both organizations came under one roof so that Godlike can use up their potential talent on the world stage without any issue. But, Godlike and Stalwart have now decided to part ways due to some factors.
Kronten reveals the poor synergy of Godlike and Stalwart under one roof
Kronten, the Founder and CEO of Godlike recently stated many facts that explained thoroughly why these two big heads parted their ways. The first reason was, it became tough for an organization to handle two mainstream lineups at the same time.
Also, in many tournaments as well the committee does not allow two teams of the same organization to play that tournament. Kronten additionally said that he still dreams of setting the team of Godlike to an international stage as the team has great potential.
He mentioned some good examples of teams from Nepal as well. He appreciated that there are many teams internationally and thus they have showcased their talents as well in recent days. But at last, it became clear that due to the above-mentioned issues, Godlike took this decision to make their ways apart and grow individually on their own.
Godlike has potential players such as Jonathan, Neyo, Clutchgod, Zgod, and Shadow. These players are considered one of the greatest and most admirable players across the country. Jonathan is one of the greatest players worldwide and has contributed a lot to the Indian gaming scenario. But, this international split was necessary as per the owner of Godlike as it restricted their growth further.
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