Ghatak Addresses Drop Clash Issue With Global Esports

Godlike Esports is one of the most well known esports organizations in India. Its Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) lineup has not been able to impress its fans as it has faced elimination from Battlegrounds Mobile India Series (BGIS) 2023 and Battlegrounds Mobile India Masters Series (BGMS) 2023 Season 2.

Abhijeet “Ghatak” Andhare, who was a member of the Godlike Esports BGMI lineup, addressed a drop clash related issue with Global Esports. Drop clash in BGMI is when two different teams drop at the same location.

Ghatak calls out drop clash issue with Global Esports

Ghatak was a coach for Godlike Esports. Recently on Twitter/X, he addressed a drop clash issue with Global Esports. He said that instead of doing persistent drop clashes with Godlike Esports the players from Global Esports (GE) should use the opportunity given to them to boost their skills and become a better version of themselves.

The post shared by Ghatak on Twitter/X read, “Addressing BGMI Esports Players of GE Only: Doing drop clashes with other Esports players persistently will not win you anything, Fanbase you want to earn was not created by doing clashes in game but by earning them via Hardwork and performances. Do not burn your opportunity by satisfying someone’s ego. Use this opportunity to become the best version of yourself and boost your skills by getting to play at a high level.

There are 400 Plus Million gamers in India and you are one of the most blessed ones to earn the opportunity to play at that level, Please don’t waste it.

any controversial responses will be ignored.”

Godlike Esports had recently made changes to its BGMI roster. It let go of Rudra “Spower”, who had recently joined the team, and also released Ghatak who was one of the core members of the team.

This is not the first time that two teams are having drop clash issues. Teams generally prefer the best drop spots on the map which provide good loot as well as provide an advantage while rotating in the zone.