GodLike Bootcamp revealed with stunning 25,000 square feet facility
Indian esports organization, GodLike Esports, has pulled the curtains on its anticipated Bootcamp. The organization showcased the 25,000-square feet facility in a YouTube video titled “GodLike Bootcamp – A Film For All.” The reveal video currently stands at 1.7 million viewers. During the video premiere, it achieved a peak viewership of about 87,000 indicating the fanbase the organization has.
“This moment feels surreal,” said Aman Changude, the co-founder of GodLike Esports. “I remember speaking about doing something so significant when we started and back then, it seemed like a farfetched dream. The GodLike Bootcamp is one of our biggest achievements yet and we’re so excited to show it to our followers because all of this is possible because of them.”
GodLike is definitely not letting TSM taking legal action against them slow down their growth.
The GodLike Bootcamp is spread across five floors and 25,000 square feet
In a release, the organization claimed to have spent over a year in planning and building the Bootcamp. The five-floor facility has 10 streaming rooms, a server room, content spaces, a GodLike arena, and a GodLike café. Additionally, the Bootcamp is equipped with a gym, parking spaces, kitchen, and 10 bedrooms for the players to unwind and rest.
The 25,000 square feet Bootcamp will house the more than 40 members in GodLike currently spread across its BGMI, CoD: Mobile, and Free Fire rosters in addition to several content creators. BGMI refers to the Indian version of PUBG Mobile. It will also house the management team of GodLike Esports.
Another exciting feature of the Bootcamp is the 5,000 square feet content room. Here, the organization will be able to host events and create exciting content for its fans.
GodLike is making another Bootcamp – and it will be for girls only
In an Instagram story, GodLike’s Abhijeet “Ghatak” Andhare, one of the org’s directors, revealed that the organization is constructing another Bootcamp exclusively for its female players and creators. While little about this has been revealed yet, Ghatak confirmed that it will be as big as the boys’ Bootcamp.
GodLike Esports is one of the most popular esports organizations in India
With more than 313,000 YouTube subscribers and 265,000 Instagram followers, the organization is one of the most popular ones in the region. It currently has lineups in Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI), Free Fire, and Call of Duty: Mobile. A rumored VALORANT lineup will likely be adding to the ranks soon. The organization also fields an all-female BGMI roster.
Despite its popularity, GodLike hasn’t shied away from controversy. Recently, the organization was engulfed in accusations of poaching and player tampering by TSM. TSM accused GodLike of poaching its BGMI player, Arjun “Shadow” Mandhalkar.