My goal is to make India proud by winning the PUBG Mobile Global Championship – Neyoo from Godlike Esports

The Grand Finals of the PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021 are set to be held from January 21st to 23rd and Godlike Esports is the only team representing India in the final event. In an exclusive interaction with SPOGO, the team’s Entry Fragger and Assaulter Suraj Nityanand "Neyoo" Majumdar speaks about his journey and experiences in the esports industry, memorable accomplishments, advice to those aspiring to make esports a career, overcoming challenges and future goals.

Q 1) How did your esports journey begin, and when did you realize it’s a passion you can pursue professionally?

My esports journey began in 2019. The first tournament I participated in was NIMO Streamers Battle, where I played under Team Cosmic YT with Ghatak. I realized I could pursue esports professionally when I joined TSM Entity. I understood the opportunities in this market and I wanted to make the best out of it.

Q 2) What made you join Godlike Esports from Team TapaTap? What’s your role in the team, and how are you finding the experience?

GodLike is the number one esports organization in the country. When I heard about the opportunity of playing for them, I couldn’t believe it. It allowed me to play with the best and compete at the highest level. Currently, I play the role of an Entry Fragger and Assaulter for the team. The experience has been immense. I could have never imagined this when I started playing. I am grateful for all the opportunities that have been given to me over the years.

Q 3) You have achieved a significant number of things in your esports career so far; what would you say is the most memorable and why?

I am grateful for the several memorable moments in my life. The most memorable one would be the moment when I won the MVP at BGIS 2021 (Battlegrounds Mobile India Series 2021) and where we got to know that we would have the opportunity to represent India at PMGC (PUBG Mobile Global Championship) 2021.

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Q 4) How much do you train in a day, and what would be your advice to others who wish to pursue a career in esports?

We train for around 8-9 hours every day. To those who wish to pursue a career in esports, I would advise them to take their practices seriously, work hard without getting distracted, be consistent, and not lose motivation if they face any obstacles.

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Q 5) What are some of the biggest challenges you have faced in your career, and how did you overcome them?

One of the biggest challenges I faced was at the beginning of my career. I did not win a tournament until the 8th tournament I participated in. It was very demotivating as we worked extremely hard for every match. I overcame that challenge by working even harder, studying opponents’ gameplay, and watching games of international teams/players.

Q 6) What are your goals for the future, and how do you plan to achieve them?

The goal for the near future is to win the PMGC (PUBG Mobile Global Championship) and make India proud. I plan to achieve this by working hard, giving my 100%, and working with my teammates.


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