We propose a generative adversarial network with multiple discriminators, where each discriminator is specialized to distinguish the subset of a real dataset. This approach facilitates learning a generator coinciding with the underlying data distribution and thus mitigates the chronic mode collapse problem. From the inspiration of multiple choice learning, we guide each discriminator to have expertise in the subset of the entire data and allow the generator to find reasonable correspondences between the latent and real data spaces automatically without supervision for training examples and the number of discriminators. Despite the use of multiple discriminators, the backbone networks are shared across the discriminators and the increase of training cost is minimized. We demonstrate the effectiveness of our algorithm in the standard datasets using multiple evaluation metrics.