TSM India’s professional Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) player Shubham “NinjaJOD” Ranjan Sahoo recently expressed his thoughts on Godlike Esports’ pro players Jonathan “JONATHAN” Amaral and Suraj “Neyoo” Majumdar in a livestream. Furthermore, he also stated what he would ask Aaditya “Dynamo” Sawant to do if he ever met him.
NinjaJOD has met JONATHAN and Neyoo previously on multiple occasions. They have been competing against NinjaJOD and his team, TSM India, in BGMI for the last couple of years. However, NinjaJOD has not yet met Dynamo.
NinjaJOD talks about JONATHAN, Neyoo, and Dynamo
Amid the BGMI ban, there have been no BGMI LAN events in the last couple of months. As a result, players are also not getting to meet and know each other better. Players are frustrated, and recently, there have been a lot of disputes in the BGMI community.
Talking about his recent meeting with JONATHAN, NinjaJOD said, “Jonathan is a really good person. He is a very chill guy. I usually meet him at LAN events, and chat with him and Neyoo.” He added, “There are no problems between us, that’s just in the game. Rest everything is chill between us.”
A player playing BGMI with NinjaJOD told him that Neyoo is also a really great and friendly person. Echoing similar sentiments, NinjaJOD said, “Yeah, he is a great person. We even sat together in a bus, and listened to songs.” Following this, NinjaJOD stated that once the BGMI LAN events start, everyone in the Indian BGMI community will be chilled. He added that everyone would start meeting each other at the events and communicating with each other.
One of the viewers asked NinjaJOD his thoughts on Dynamo. Responding to this, he said, “Whenever I meet Dynamo, I will surely request him to say his signature dialog ‘Patt se headshot’.”
JONATHAN and Neyoo started their professional PUBG Mobile (BGMI journey) together in 2019. They have been playing in the same team for the better part of the last four years. Both the players have stuck together through thick and thin. JONATHAN currently has over 4.8 Million subscribers on his YouTube channel, whereas Neyoo has over 505k. On the other hand, Dynamo is a streamer who rose to fame with his PUBG Mobile streams. He started his gaming channel in 2010 and currently has over 10 Million subscribers. Over such a long period of time, Dynamo has become one of the most popular figures in the entire Indian gaming community.