Godlike Enters FIFA Competitive Scene, Signs Two Top SEA Players, Saransh Jain & Charanjot

Godlike, one of the top esports organizations in India has made a pair of new hires of pro players - Saransh and Charanjot.

Indian Esports organisations are now stepping into various competitive gaming titles and expanding their name into various regions. The latest news comes from Godlike Esports as the org now enters FIFA by signing two of the top players of South East Asia – Saransh Jain and Charanjot Singh to their roster.

In recent years, the FIFA esports market in India has grown rapidly. What was formerly considered a casual video game played exclusively among friends is now taken more seriously. Indian FIFA players are making significant progress with few having been to the international stages to represent their country and Saransh & Charanjot are two of the main players doing so.

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Godlike Esports Signs Saransh and Charanjot to Their FIFA Roster

Images via Saransh Jain and Charanjot Singh Instagram Handles

The announcement came as super exciting for FIFA community fans as Godlike, one of the top esports organizations in India has made a pair of new hires of pro players. The organization has announced their new signings via their social media handles and also released a video.

The announcement reads: “To be a GodLike you need to be the best, So we got you the Top 2 Players from the entire South-East Asian region! Welcome, Saransh Jain and Charan Jot Singh To the GODLIKE FAM! We are Ready to take over the world of FIFA!”

Charanjot Singh and Saransh Jain had the privilege of representing team India in FIFAe Nations Cup 2022, which was held in Copenhagen, Denmark. However, the team got knocked out from the event after Day 2 and returned back home.

Saransh currently holds the top rank in South Asia Game rankings and he started competitive gaming very early. He won the Asian Football Gaming Championship (AFGC) and represented India on the global esports stage at the age of 16.

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Saransh Jain is the top Indian in the South Asia gaming rankings right now. Saransh began his esports career at the age of 16, winning the Asian Football Gaming Championship (AFGC) and representing India on the global esports scene.

Charanjot Singh began gaming as a Chelsea supporter when he didn’t have a console to play on at home and had to practise at a friend’s house. At the age of 18, he began his professional career by defeating national esports players Lokmanyu Chaturvedi and Saransh Jain in FIFA 18. Charanjot Singh produced a sensational performance to secure a slot at the 2022 Asian Games after winning the title at the Esports Federation of India’s (ESFI) National Esports Championships 2022 (NESC ’22).

Charanjot also won Asian Football Gaming Championship yesterday i.e., on October 17, 2022, and will be travelling to Iran to represent India.

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It remains to be seen how these Indian FIFA superstars perform in the coming future.