When Call of Duty Mobile launched in October of 2019, it brought with it a whole new COD experience. It rapidly rose to become one of the most downloaded mobile games of all time, and today has over 500 million total downloads. It was a massive hit with the fans, and it genuinely was ranked as one of the best-developed mobile games ever. But, with that information in mind, who are the best COD Mobile players in the world today?
In order to build this list accurately, we’ve looked at a series of metrics. We’re taking into consideration social media following, earnings, victory count, and overall ability in the game. These players are the best at what they do, and the fans love them for it.
1. Luke ‘iFerg’ Fergie
There’s nobody on this list with a bigger following than iFerg. He has amassed more than two million subscribers on YouTube, on account of his beasty COD Mobile skills and in-game knowledge. He’s a master at the game itself but he’s also a massively likeable personality.
Thanks to his CODM skills, iFerg regularly puts out videos that help growing players get good at the game. Once upon a time, he was a legitimate player for Cloud9, and he’s almost unbeatable on the playing field. However, iFerg made a transition to Tribe Gaming as a content creator – Tribe was a contender for the CODM World Championship, until it was unfortunately cancelled.
There’s no doubt iFerg is one of the best COD Mobile players in the world.
2. Nolan ‘Godzly’ Wilder
Godzly is another hugely popular COD Mobile content creator, but he sits some way behind iFerg. Regardless of that fact, he’s still a dominant force in the game, and a legit competitor in the CODM space. He regularly puts out content that proves just how sharp his in-game knowledge is, and he has genuinely played with the best.
When CODM first launched, Godzly was competing alongside LittleB with Omen. While Godzly would gravitate towards being a content creator for Tribe, LittleB would push on to become one of NA’s strongest players. Although, that’s not to take anything away from Godzly, who today remains one of the best COD Mobile players in the world.
3. John ‘Jayzee’ Clarence Rivera
Jayzee is the first player on this list that competes at a world champion level. He’s a player for NRX Jeremiah 29:11, one of the most popular esports teams in the Call of Duty Mobile space. According to Esports Charts, NRX has the highest peak viewership out of any Call of Duty Mobile team.
Originally, Jayzee was a Black Ops Cold War contender, before making a transition into CODM in early-2020. He quickly started to dominate the space, landing a huge victory at the Garena Philippines Championship. As a player, Jayzee is remarkably skilled, and he represented South East Asia in the CODM World Championship.
When he’s competing, the Call of Duty odds are certainly in his favour.
4. Boris ‘BoLu’ Lunin
BoLu is yet another Tribe Gaming player to make this list, but he’s a competitor, and not a content creator. Although BoLu only started competing in Call of Duty Mobile in late 2020, he’s already proven himself as a player.
It was only a short period of time after joining Tribe Gaming that BoLu, playing as an IGL and main AR, won the COD Mobile World Championship NA Final. This came with a $15,000 grand prize and guaranteed entry into the ultimate COD Mobile World Championship.
He’s certainly one of CODM’s finest players, and there’s a bright future in store for him.
5. Abdul ‘RanGer’ Hakiem bin Tajudin
RanGer, also known as the Malaysian Monster, is an honest-to-God hardcore competitor in Call of Duty Mobile. He’s the team captain for RSG, who, alongside NRX, boasts the highest peak viewership in CODM (according to Esports Charts).
He made his start in Black Ops 4, before picking up a brief competitive streak on COD WWII, then finally moving over into CODM. Since that move, he’s become a beast at Call of Duty Mobile, picking up several wins, including the MYSG Championship victory in 2021.
There are few players on this list that are as cracked at the game as RanGer is. He’s a star talent, and the Call of Duty betting sites love him.
6. Elijah ‘HawksNest’ Jackson
HawksNest is one of the most popular Call of Duty Mobile content creators, boasting more than half a million YouTube subscribers. He’s deadly with almost every weapon in the game, and he’s constantly passing his knowledge on to new contenders across the CODM landscape.
While HawksNest doesn’t play competitively, he’s still one of the most cracked players in the game. If he were to sign with a team and play at a competitive level, he’d likely be unstoppable. As his content creation career pushes on, he’s likely to become a true leader where Call of Duty Mobile is concerned.
When it comes to helping the next generation of gamers, HawksNest certainly is one of the best COD Mobile players in the world.
Jokesta is a legitimate Call of Duty Mobile GOD, both in-game and in terms of content creation. He’s one of the leading CODM YouTubers, and his thumbs are borderline unmatched where gameplay is concerned. As of 2021, Jokesta boasted almost half a million subscribers, and that number was climbing rapidly.
In 2019, just after CODM launched, Jokesta was part of a team invited to play the Call of Duty Mobile Creator Challenge in North America. He was competing alongside top names like Goldenboy, Noah, and HawksNest, against top CDL competitors.
His team slayed through, beating Maven, Enable, Faccento, and Methodz to claim the number one spot.
8. Roland ‘LittleB’ Byambasuren
If you haven’t figured it out by now, Tribe Gaming is an extremely important team in the CODM space. And here we have it – another player from that very organisation. LittleB has been competing on Call of Duty Mobile since it first launched, and he’s a world-class player.
He’s competed alongside the likes of Godzly and BoLu, and he has represented his team at an international level. While LittleB is probably the least popular content creator on this list, he has a strong and vibrant path ahead of him. He’s going to do great things where Call of Duty Mobile is concerned.
9. Kennedy ‘iDra’ Mondoy
Like Jayzee, iDra plays for the prestigious NRX Jeremiah 29:11 – one of the most popular esports teams in Call of Duty Mobile. He’s an efficient and skilled player with some big wins under his belt, and he’s been playing CODM since the day it launched.
In 2020, iDra was one of the players who qualified to compete in the Call of Duty Mobile World Championship, before it was cut short. He’s also picked up a series of wins alongside big CODM competitors like Jayzee, Woopiiee, and CRUSH. He’s won thousands of dollars playing CODM, and is undoubtedly one of the best COD Mobile players in the world today.