Ocean Sharma will now mentor GodLike Esports for PMGC

Ocean Sharma, an esports commentator and analyst, has been leased to Godlike Esports ahead of the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) 2021 finals. Skylightz Gaming, an Indian esports group, just announced the news.

Skylightz Gaming’s official Instagram page made the announcement. According to the group, the decision was made to ensure the growth of Indian esports and to restore pride to the nation.

Skylightz Gaming also mentioned in the post that the squad was unable to partake in the tournament because two of their players did not match the event’s eligibility criterion.

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Skylightz Gaming loans Ocean Sharma to GodLike for PMGC Finals

Godlike Esports qualified for the PMGC: 2021 finals when the three teams above them on the BGIS: 2021 leaderboard were unable to match the PMGC qualifying criteria due to passport and vaccination report concerns.

Ocean Sharma is the owner of the popular YouTube channel GamingProOcean, on which he publishes BGMI-related videos. He had previously worked for the prominent Indian esports group OREsports as a caster and commentator.

Bringing Ocean on board would undoubtedly benefit Godlike Esports. The addition will give the team’s tough and aggressive game a new dimension.

GodLike will represent India in PMGC Grand Finals

PMGC 2021 Grand Finals: Everything you need to know

The Grand Finals are scheduled to begin on November 21 and end on November 23. The tournament will have 16 teams from across the world competing to determine the competition’s overall champion. The grand finals include a $3.5 million prize pool.

The PMGC 2021 league stage began on November 30 and finished on December 24. The top 15 teams (nine from the East League and six from the West) have won their places in the grand finals, while one from BGIS has been invited straight to the finals.

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The PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2020 was won by Chinese superpower Nova Esports, with 4 Angry Men coming in second. The prize pool for the tournament was $2 million.

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