BGMI Content Creator Vivone Left Godlike Esports, Check Details – India’s one of the youngest content creators and gamers, Akarsh Chaudhary, aka Vivone, has left Godlike Esports. On the recent livestream, Vivone’s mother confirmed that they want Vinone to be a solo content creator and are not part of Godlike Esports anymore.
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Vivone Left Godlike Esports
During his latest live stream, his mother Shika Chaudhary says, We left Godlike because we want Vivone to be a solo creator as of now. We have some future plans, and you guys will get to know them when they are executed. As of now, being a solo creator is much better for Vivone. Because Vivone now wants to play with everyone, so he can learn from all Because I am not a player, I don’t know how to play. Whenever he plays with the other players, he learns more from them because they tell him the right things. There is no special reason behind it; it’s just that, as of now, Vivon is a solo creator.
Vivone’s mother has confirmed that they want Vivone to be a solo creator so he can play with all the creators. In Godlike Esports, Vivone plays games with other godlike creators like Jonathan, Zgod, Sharkshee, Dobby, Kiki, and more. With them, he creates some amazing content for Godlike as well. Now that he is not part of any organization, he can play games with other big creators as well.
Many gamers are inspired by what 8-year-old Vivone has accomplished at such a young age. He has over 482K subscribers on YouTube. He is also a versatile gamer who streams several games, including Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI), Valorant, Fall Guys, CODM, Pokémon UNITE, and others. He is also a prominent content creator who creates gaming content.