Vivek “ClutchGod” Horo is a 19-year-old professional Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) player for GodLike Esports. At such a young age, he has played under the banner of five of the most popular Indian BGMI organizations, namely Team SouL, 8Bit, Entity Gaming, TSM Entity, and the most recent GodLike Esports. Besides being a pro player, ClutchGod also creates content for his YouTube channel. However, he has been inactive for the last five months.
Here are all the details of ClutchGod’s BGMI ID
ClutchGod’s BGMI ID is 581112228. He has been playing on this specific BGMI account for the last five years and has played 12797 matches in total. His highest rank in the last five years is Ace Dominator and has acquired the ‘Crown II’ rank in TPP (Third Person Perspective) game mode in the current season.
According to the statistics available at the time of writing, ClutchGod has an overall rating of 79.3, which grants him an ‘S’ Grade in the current season. He has an F/D Ratio (formerly known as KD Ratio) of 5.93 with a total of 492 finishes. He has only played 83 matches so far and won six out of them, resulting in a win percentage of 7.2%. Moreover, he has acquired a top 10 rank 37 times in 83 matches.
ClutchGod has hit a total of 74 headshots and has a headshot accuracy of 15% throughout this season. On the other hand, his total accuracy is 14.5%. He has dealt average damage of 1143.3 per match and total damage of 94891.3 in the current season. His most number of finishes in a single match is 22, and the highest damage dealt is 3781.
ClutchGod’s controls and sensitivity
ClutchGod plays with a four-finger control setup with the Gyroscope always on. Following is his control setup layout and sensitivity.
ClutchGod’s estimated YouTube earning
According to Social Blade, ClutchGod’s estimated YouTube earning is between $12 to $194 USD (₹966 to ₹15,617 INR) per month or $146 – $2300 (₹11,753 to ₹1,85,160) per year.
ClutchGod gained the attention of the PUBG Mobile/BGMI community with his impressive performance in the PUBG Mobile India Tour 2019, where he played for Team Revenge and won the tournament. Following this, Team SouL signed him to represent it at the global stage of the PUBG Mobile Club Open 2019 – Fall Split. He played for 8Bit in the PUBG Mobile All Stars India 2019 before Entity Gaming signed him in December 2019. Following this, Entity Gaming collaborated with TSM to form TSM Entity. He played under the banner of TSM Entity until the organization released the roster in June 2021. In August 2021, GodLike signed the former roster of TSM Entity, and he has been playing for the organization ever since.