Team Vitality announces its entry to India in 2020 and signs its first eSports roster in March 2021. New Call of Duty (COD) mobile roster includes Armaan “Moon Glass” Dharni, Akshan “Argon” Madhani, Priyank “DEATH” Birajdar”, Samartha “JOKOs” Ghadge, Samruddha “SAMs” Ghadge and substitute Arav “MonK” Narang. In just a few months, the team managed to become one of the best COD Mobile teams in South Asia after claiming a 30-0 victory in Stage 2 of the Call of Duty Mobile Championship.
Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) and Free Fire may always be the focal point of Indian e-sports, but the competitive landscape of Call of Duty: Mobile is increasing. Team Vitality is just one of many teams that are pushing India’s COD Mobile arena forward. AFK Gaming had the opportunity to speak with Argon, who shared his thoughts on how Team Vitality sees the future of COD Mobile esports in India.
Team Vitality’s Commitment to Call of Duty Mobile
The Call of Duty Mobile e-sports platform in India has several key teams committed to the game and they include GodLike Esports, Reckoning Esports and Team Vitality. All three teams have reached the final round of Call of Duty Mobile World Championship 2021 – The Eastern Finals has just ended. None of the three Indian teams made it to the knockout stages and we saw the Philippines COD mobile team at Tier One Entertainments Blacklist International lift the Eastern Championship trophy.
Blacklist International and ALMIGHTY’s two finalists have reduced Vitality’s chances of making it to the finalists at the event. Argon also correctly predicted SCARZ as the team to watch out for. The Japanese esports organization is in the same group as Vitality and won against the Indian team with a score of 3-0.
Argon told AFK Gaming before the world championship, “Japan regional champion SCARZ has impressed us a lot. Their gun battles are really strong and their playstyle is also different from other teams competing for this championship. That’s why we’re really excited to face them in the tournament.”
Despite the setback, Team Vitality was ready to move on. It has become a prominent competitor in South Asia. The challenge of beating the best in the world is something the team doesn’t shy away from. The team has been active for almost a year and they want to stick together and compete in future events in 2022.
Argon said, “We trust each other in the game as well as outside the game. We discuss our mistakes together and try to solve them together instead of pointing the finger at someone, which helps to raise the morale of the whole team.”
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