Chinese Group of Legends gamer Wei ‘Godv’ Zhen has announced he can be changing esports, to compete within PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS instead.
Godv, who is also known as We1less, has been contending in League associated with Legends since 2012, and has been portion of LGD Gaming since May 2014, where he’s achieved a number of top three placings, including first place at the 2015 LPL Summer Playoffs.
In September of this year, Godv stepped down through the main League associated with Legends roster, as well as he’s now chosen a complete change within titles as this individual joins the millions currently on the PUBG craze.
The battle royale style game involves players parachuting onto a large open map with nothing, requiring them to get weapons and equipment. As time progresses through each circular, the arena gets smaller, forcing gamers into combat until a winner is crowned.
Whilst commonly played as a solo game, it’s becoming Pubg items increasingly popular as a competitive team title, with ESL launching a host of different tournaments throughout 2017, including the $200, 000 IEM Oakland occasion.
Fans of each Godv and LGD Gaming don’t be concerned about him changing allegiances, as he’ll be sticking with his organization of the final three years and becoming a member of their new PUBG division.