SHADOW Reveals The Income Of Professional BGMI Esports Players


In a recent livestream, Professional Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) player for GodLike Esports Arjun “Shadow” Mandhalkar revealed the minimum income of professional Indian BGMI eSports players. Pro Khiladi said that the salary of all professional players depends on their experience and skill set. Next, he claimed that Jonathan “Jonathan” Amaral, another professional BGMI player, has the highest salary for GodLike Esports.With the growth of the eSports ecosystem in India, professional eSports players are getting better opportunities.Seeing the improvement in the performance of Indian esports athletes over the years, the organizations are also ready to pay fair salaries to the players.

SHADOW Reveals The Income Of Professional BGMI Esports Players :

In SHADOW’s recent livestream, one of his viewers asked him how much salary an esports organization pays its professional BGMI players. Responding to this, Shadow said, “I would say professional players should get a minimum of INR 50,000.” After this, a viewer asked him how much salary he gets. Chhaya replied, “My salary is average. It’s not really much.

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Jonathan has been an impressive figure and one of the best BGMI/PUBG Mobile players since the beginning of the esports scene. He has won many tournaments and represented India at international level. When a viewer asked Shadow if Jonathan had the highest salary, he agreed and claimed that he had the highest salary.In a livestream earlier this year, professional BGMI player and popular YouTuber Scout revealed ballpark figures for the maximum and minimum earnings of well-established eSports players. “The maximum income any popular esports player in BGMI, including me, Jonathan, Mavi and others, has is Rs 3,00,000 to Rs 4,00,000 monthly.

No organization generates more income than this,” he said. Thereafter, he added, “The minimum income could be around INR 1,00,000 to INR 1,50,000.”Gaming has taken India by storm in the last few years. With the advent of budget smartphones and affordable internet data prices, mobile gaming has experienced tremendous growth and has changed the trajectory of the Indian gaming industry. The industry has seen some ups and downs due to bans and suspensions of popular games like PUBG Mobile, Free Fire, BGMI, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang and others, but the eSports ecosystem of these games has evolved a lot in the past. years.

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