To ask this question you must start by defining what a god is?
If you are speaking of a god in the sense worshiped by religions then there certainly isn't any evidence or indication of such a thing's existence.
Considering that we can detect minutely tiny forms of energy and even the absence of energy, black holes and dark matter, how could we miss something so powerful as to have created the universe and control our world?
If there is / were such a thing it certainly plays no part in modern day events when one considers the enormity of bad things that happen to the true believers of various gods as opposed to the relatively fewer that happen to non-believers.
Humans have, at some time, worshiped virtually every possible entity as gods from insects to planets to unknown / unseen super beings of every sort and none of them have ever fared any better than the rest of the populace.
Given that it is impossible to prove a negative it falls on those who claim there is to prove a positive, we are still waiting. I suspect we always will be waiting given that there isn't a shred of proof beyond an assortment of "holy books" which can't prove anything beyond their own existence. They are, after all, merely the selective works of men.
So to get to the original question I will say no there are no gods, omnipresent, all powerful, super beings playing chess with us as pons.
But I will hold on the point that it still depends on definition.
If you want to call the cosmos "god" then yes it is obviously there, but has no effects on our personal lives.
42 is the answer but what is the question???