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Godlike Esports Places Second at Call of Duty Mobile World Championship 2023

Bryan "Dracorexia" Francis  |   Dec 18, 9:30 AM   |   6 min read

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  • Godlike Esports Secures 170,000$ (INR 1.4cr) as cash prize due to finishing Second on the Call Of Duty Mobile World Championship.

  • This has been the best performance by an Indian team at the international stage in any esports title worldwide

  • They lost fighting a tough matchup 2-4 to team Wolves from China in the finals

GodLike Esports’ Call of Duty Mobile team, one of two representatives for India, emerged as runners-up at the CODM World Championship in the USA. Along with securing a cash prize of $170,000 (INR 1.4 cr), Team GodLike delivered the best performance by an Indian Team ever at the World Championship.


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How did Team Godlike Secure The Second Position In the CODM World Championship?



Last year, Team GodLike nearly qualified for the playoffs and have levelled up with their performance this time around. The line-up consisting of Learn, Neutrino, Trunks, Abhizdada, Skullguy, and Prevail concluded their Swiss Stage at 3-1 overall. Beating top-ranked teams, Godlike marched into the playoffs. In the semi-final (the match with the highest viewership in the tournament) GodLike defeated former 2-time world champion Luminosity. However. The squad ultimately went down fighting 2-4 to Team Wolves from China in the finals.

The Call of Duty Mobile World Championship saw the participation of 16 teams from the USA, Canada, China, Singapore, West Europe, Eastern Europe, Brazil, Mexico, and Japan. It consisted of 5 stages and the first 3 stages were qualifiers while Stage 4 featured the National Championship. Team GodLike were undefeated Champions through all the four stages without dropping a game and a single map at stage 4, asserting dominance at the national stage. 


Reflecting on the team’s journey at the world championship, Chetan “Kronten” Chandgude, Founder of GodLike Esports, stated:


“We at GodLike always believe in being the best when it comes to esports. We are proud of our champions, they have shown discipline and courage like no other. We always wanted to put Indian esports on the global map and have done it at the World Championship”


While talking about his experience at the World Championship, Learn, Captain of CODM - Team GodLike Esports stated the following:

“Representing India at a global event we have certainly come a long way defeating many teams. Our hearts are filled with gratitude and pride. Now that we’ve painted the global stage with Indian eSports, we will ensure anddot our best to take it to greater heights here on”

GodLike Esports' Call of Duty (CoD) mobile team having an unparalleled legacy in the realm of CoD Mobile eSports has added one more feather to their cap. This performanceont the global stage will redefine Indian esports in the coming time.


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