Gunjan “Jelly” Thakur is one of the most renowned players and is a remarkable In Game Leader (IGL) in Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI). He is well known for his IGL skills and has garnered a lot of appreciation from several BGMI athletes. He recently joined Godlike Esports as an IGL and has already started to impress fans with the team’s overall performance.
Godlike Esports had a tough time qualifying for the Battlegrounds Mobile India Series (BGIS) 2023 LAN event. The squad returned to play the Skyesports Championship 5.0 and Upthrust Esports Diwali Battle 2023 LAN events but was only able to put forth decent performances in both the events as it secured the sixth and eighth spot.
Jelly reacts to Godlike Esports’ performance in Red Bull MEO Season 6 BGMI Finals
After Day 2 of the Red Bull Mobile Esports Open (MEO) Season 6 BGMI Finals concluded Jelly shared an Instagram story asking fans if they were happy with the team’s performance on Day 2 of the event. The story read, “Are you guys happy? You guys don’t need to stress. I will fix some of the mistakes we made today.”
Godlike Esports made an incredible comeback on Day 2 of the Red Bull MEO Season 6 BGMi finals event as it moved into the top 3 by grabbing 70 plus points across five matches. It was placed at the bottom half of the points table after Day 1 but showed a consistent performance on Day 2 and is now one of the contenders to win the title.
Jelly has also informed the fans on his Instagram story about the drop locations of Godlike Esports after the Red Bull event. The story read, “Drops for Godlike after Red Bull MEO. Erangel – City, Miramar – Hacienda + Water Treatment, Sanhok – Campbravo + Mongnai Split, Vikendi – Cosmodrome.”
Godlike Esports had decent performances in some of the recent LAN events. It has shown significant improvement in the Red Bull MEO Season 6 BGMI event. The event’s last day will be a LAN event final set to be played on 18th November and Godlike Esports will look to continue its momentum to have a shot at the title.