In a recent interview with Man’s Life India, co-founders of S8UL Esports Naman “MortaL” Mathur and Animesh “Thug” Agarwal commented that their dream roster move in Indian esports would be to add Jonathan “JONATHAN” Amaral to S8UL’s lineup. In the interview, they also gave their insights about their lives and journey in the gaming world after Suhail Chandhok, the show’s host, asked them various questions about their personal experiences in esports and choices.
MortaL and Thug appear at Man’s Life India Interview
In the show, MortaL and Thug were asked to select one person, from anywhere in the world, to join S8UL Esports. To this, Thug instantly replied that he would pick JONATHAN to join the organization. Following this, MortaL replied that he would also pick JONATHAN if he had to pick someone from India.
Thug also went on to add that if the choice is not restricted by country borders and game, he would definitely choose Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek or Tyler “Ninja” Blevins because of the value they would provide. “If it is from across the world and not only BGMI, then why would I not pick Shroud and Ninja? Look at the value they provide,” said Thug.
Chandhok asked MortaL and Thug if they could only play one game for the rest of their life, which game would they play. Responding to this question, MortaL quickly replied that the game would be Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI). Thug also chose BGMI and said, “it is impossible for me to pick any other game.”
Chandhok also asked what qualities, according to them, every gamer must have. Thug replied, “Every game must have, I think, patience because that is the key when you are playing a game. You should be a person who is okay with exploring different games and should not stick with a single game. The third one would be dedication.”
Thug and MortaL have been an integral part of the BGMI community from the start. They have established themselves as two of the most influential and prominent figures in the Indian esports industry. Thug and MortaL started their gaming career as professional PUBG Mobile players and now own one of the most successful Indian esports organizations S8UL Esports, along with Lokesh “Goldy” Jain.