GodLike fails to qualify for Battlegrounds Mobile Pro Series (BMPS) Season 1

GodLike Esports failed to qualify for the BMPS Season 1 in what has been described as one of the biggest surprises in the BGMI Esports scene. The squad was one of 32 that were invited directly to the BMOC 2022 fourth round. The team was assigned to Group 2, which included seven other invited teams and eight qualifying teams from previous rounds.

Godlike fails to qualify for BMPS Season 1

In addition to Godlike, Entity Gaming, TrueRippers, and Revenant Esports did not qualify for the BMPS S1.

The top six teams from Group 2 qualified for the first season of the Battlegrounds Mobile Pro Series (BMPS). Unfortunately, GodLike came in eighth place, 6 points behind the winner.

BMOC Round 4 Group 2: Overall Rankings

  1. Team Soul - 94 points
  2. Team XO - 84 points
  3. Enigma Gaming - 75 points
  4. Blind Esports - 62 points
  5. Autobotz Esports - 56 points
  6. Retribution RTR - 56 points
  7. Entity Gaming - 51 points
  8. GodLike Esports - 50 points
  9. TF5 Esports - 49 points
  10. Mysterious X - 31 points
  11. Truerippers - 28 points
  12. Team INR - 23 points
  13. Revenant - 22 points
  14. DeathMate - 14 points
  15. The Last Legends- 13 points
  16. IMPRT Esports - 12 points

Qualified teams for BMPS Season 1

  1. Team Soul
  2. Team XO
  3. Enigma Gaming
  4. Blind Esports
  5. Autobotz
  6. Retribution RTR

Godlike in BMOC Round 4 Group 2:What went wrong

Team GodLike got off to a good start, finishing second with eight frags, with Jonathan alone grabbing five.

The squad was eliminated mid-match in the second encounter, however they were able to score nine frags, with Jonathan getting five kills again.

They were eliminated early in the third match on Sanhok, but they still managed to rack up four finish points. Godlike was comfortably in fourth place with 35 points at the end of the third match.

Also Read: Team Soul Qualified for (BMPS) Battlegrounds Mobile Pro Series Season 1


GodLike fell to sixth place in the overall rankings despite scoring six points in their fourth match. The squad only managed to gain three points in the fifth match, but they were still in sixth position with 44 points. The final match was a do-or-die situation for them, and they were only able to collect six points due to a lack of placement points.

The team has had a difficult year in 2022. The team struggled in PMGC 2022 after missing out on the BGIS 2021 trophy. The team has added two new players to their squad since their return, Viru and Gill, but their results have remained unchanged. Several speculations have circulated that the team is looking for a new in-game commander. Despite this performance, the squad and fans were optimistic about qualifying for BMPS S1, but the results revealed that underdogs are catching up quickly.

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