At the Esports Awards 2022, Jonathan, a popular Indian BGMI/PUBG Mobile player, placed second in the Esports Mobile Player of the Year category. The second and third-place finishers’ names were made public earlier today, December 29, while the winner was announced on December 13. The winner of the Esports Mobile Player of the Year award was Zeng ‘Order’ Zehai, a two-time PUBG Mobile world champion from China who competes for Nova Esports. The Esports Awards 2022 Jonathan
The 20-year-old was eventually added to the category after initially not being nominated. Piyapon and “GODCRUZ” Boonchu, a professional Free Fire player from Thailand, are added to the list as wild cards. Jonathan is recognised as one of the greatest players in the nation and has consistently proven his worth throughout his career. He is one of the most successful players in mobile battle royale games like PUBG Mobile and BGMI (Battlegrounds Mobile India).
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Jonathan continues to play with GodLike Esports, one of the top teams in the country and has had a good year despite the Indian government’s ban on BGMI. His second-place finish in the BGMI Masters Series, the first BGMI tournament to be televised on television, was his biggest accomplishment this year. He received recognition as the most valuable player in the match. He is not the only Indian taking part in the Esports Awards 2022.
Popular Streamer also Mortal finishes Second in the Esports Personality of the Year category
The well-known PUBG Mobile streamer and content creator Naman “Mortal” Mathur was the only Indian to be nominated for an Esports Award in the category of the personality of the year this year. After a close race, Nadeshot was named the year’s top personality, and Mortal came in second. But in the end, S8UL Esports has been named the winner in the category of “Content Group of the Year.” The prize honours the achievements of a particular group and its founders throughout the previous calendar year. The adored Indian group received the prize after competing against nine other nominees, including groups like 100 Thieves, LOUD, Faze Clan and others.