Two Indian esports teams, GodLike Esports, and Team Vitality, have qualified for the COD Mobile World Championship 2023 Finals. This championship will be happening in the United States of America. These teams earned their spots by performing well in the Snapdragon Pro Series Season 3: India, which is also known as Stage 4 of the World Championship.
GodLike Esports proved to be the strongest team, beating Team Vitality 4-0 in the Grand Finals. Both teams have qualified for the World Championship Finals for the third year continuously. They are determined to do even better this time on the global stage after their previous performances were not up to par.
Interestingly, GodLike Esports has won Stage 4 of the World Championship three times in a row. Some of their players were previously part of Team Mayhem when they qualified for the 2020 WC Finale, which unfortunately got canceled due to COVID-19.
The competition in India, known as SPS Season 3, took place from July 6 to July 30. Sixteen teams from India competed for two spots in the World Championship Finals and a prize pool of $25,000. Only the top eight teams from the League Stage advanced to the SPS S3 COD Mobile Playoffs.
GodLike Esports performed exceptionally well in the playoffs, defeating Team NS and Time2Pound in convincing victories. In the Upper Bracket Finals, they faced Team Vitality, who fought their way through the Lower Bracket after beating Team Axis and TWOB.
In the Grand Finals, GodLike Esports faced Team Vitality again in a best-of-seven battle. GodLike dominated the competition, not giving Team Vitality any chance to win a round.
For their outstanding performance, GodLike Esports received $7,000 in prize money, while Team Vitality got $4,900. Other teams in the top four also received cash prizes, and the remaining teams got $400 each.
Now, GodLike Esports and Team Vitality are eager to compete in the COD Mobile World Championship 2023 Finals, where they will represent India. We hope that these both teams make our country proud and show their extensive sets of skills to the world. While Esports fans are already excited to see Indian teams on the big stage.
Blind Esports Wins the Battlegrounds Mobile India Pro Series (BMPS) 2023
Blind Esports has won the big Battlegrounds Mobile India Pro Series (BMPS) of 2023. This is a big win for them because they have been playing well all year but hadn’t won a big tournament until now. They played very well in the Pro Series and won Rs 40 lakh.
In the earlier rounds, Blind Esports came in second. They kept this up in the finals, starting in second place on the first day. On the second day, they played even better. By the third day, they were on top and stayed there. They finished the tournament with 249 points from 18 games. Spower from their team was the best player in the tournament.
BMPS 2023 Grand Finals Overall Standings
Gladiator Esports also did really well, coming in second with 221 points. They started off okay, but got better and better. They were in second place by the second day and stayed there until the end.
Insane Esports got third place with 176 points. They were fifth at first, got better on the second day, and ended up third. Insane Aadi was named the best team leader in the tournament.
Entity Gaming, who were leading after the first day, ended up fourth. Team Soul, who many people like and who won last time, did much better on the third day and came in fifth with 158 points.
8BitXCS was sixth. Glitch Reborn, a team not many expected to do well, came in seventh. Numen Gaming finished ninth. Team XSpark, who looked good at first, ended up eleventh. Team Psyche was sixteenth.
This BMPS 2023 tournament was really exciting and showed how good the teams are at playing BGMI.
BMPS 2023 Grand Finals Day 2: Overall Points Table, Match Winners and Short Overview
In an exciting turn of events at the BMPS 2023 Grand Finals, Blind Esports leaped to the forefront on Day 2. The team showed remarkable skill, accumulating a total of 176 points across 12 matches. Their focus is now set on maintaining this lead in the concluding matches tomorrow.
Close on their heels, Gladiators Esports climbed to second place, amassing 152 points with their improved gameplay. Team Insane, not far behind, seized third place with 125 points, thanks to their two outstanding victories, known as Chicken Dinners, on December 16, 2023.
Entity Gaming, previously a top contender, slipped to the fourth position with 123 points. Following them are Glitchx Reborn and Numen Gaming, securing their spots in the top ranks. Team XSpark also made a notable appearance, holding the seventh place. In contrast, Team Soul faced challenges and finished 12th with 60 points.
BMPS 2023 Grand Finals Day 2 Overall Points Table
Short overview of the Day 2 matches from the BMPS 20231 Grand Finals
Match 7 (Erangel): Blind Esports kicked off the day with a dominant 28-point Chicken Dinner. Their IGL Manya played a crucial role with five eliminations. Team Soul also put up a strong fight, earning 19 points, while Gladiators Esports and Entity Gaming gathered 14 and 12 points respectively.
Match 8 (Miramar): Gladiators Esports emerged victorious in the second round with 24 points. Numen Gaming added 20 points to their tally, partly due to their eight eliminations. Entity Gaming and Genxfm also performed well, securing 14 and 13 points respectively.
Match 9 (Sanhok): Blind Esports claimed an impressive 34-point Chicken Dinner. Glitchx Reborn and Gladiators Esports followed with 15 and 13 points respectively. Both 8BitCS and Team XSpark earned 12 points, showcasing their competitive spirit.
Match 10 (Vikendi): Team Insane achieved their first Chicken Dinner, securing 21 points. Blind Esports continued their impressive streak with 22 points. Gladiators Esports and Numen Gaming remained consistent, adding 14 and 11 points to their scores.
Match 11 (Miramar): Team Insane marked another victory with a whopping 34 points. Blind Esports maintained their form, gaining 15 points, while Team Together Esports and 8BitCS each earned 12 points.
Match 12 (Erangel): The day concluded with Hydra Officials winning a 23-point Chicken Dinner. Gladiators Esports continued to impress, adding 24 points to their score. Revenant Esports also had a strong showing with 19 points.
This concludes Day 2 of the BMPS 2023 Grand Finals, setting the stage for an intense and unpredictable final day.
BMPS 2023 Grand Finals Day 1: Overall Points Table, Match Winners and Short Overview
The BMPS 2023 Grand Finals kicked off with a bang, and at the end of Day 1 Entity Gaming has emerged as the leader with a whopping 75 points. Close behind, Blind Esports and Team XSpark showed consistent performance in their six matches, securing second and third places with 66 and 64 points, respectively.
Interestingly, none of the top three teams managed to win a Chicken Dinner on the opening day. However, Glitchx Reborn, considered an underdog team, surprised many by taking the fourth spot with 60 points, including one Chicken Dinner.
Team Insane, who topped the BMPS League Stage, ended the day in fifth place with 57 points. Gladiators Esports, known for winning the BGIS, came in sixth with 55 points. 8BitCS and Revenant earned the seventh and eighth spots with 51 and 46 points, respectively. Team Soul had an average day, accumulating only 27 points.
BMPS 2023 Grand Finals Day 1 Points Table
Short overview of the Day 1 matches from the BMPS 20231 Grand Finals
Match 1 – Erangel: 8BitCS had a strong start, securing a 17-point victory. Blind Esports followed with an impressive 21 points, thanks to Nakul’s five kills. Team Insane gathered 16 points with eight eliminations, while Revenant scored 13 points.
Match 2 – Miramar: Gladiators Esports shone in the second game, taking home a 28-point Chicken Dinner. Glitchx Reborn was also impressive with 21 points and nine finishes. Blind Esports and Insane added 15 and 12 points to their tally, respectively.
Match 3 – Sanhok: Glitchx Reborn dominated Sanhok with a 23-point Chicken Dinner. Team XSpark performed well with 18 points, thanks to Sarang’s five kills. 8Bit and Gladiators Esports earned 17 and 12 points, respectively.
Match 4 – Vikendi: Growing Strong clinched their first Chicken Dinner with 18 points. Entity Gaming bounced back, securing 21 points with nine eliminations. Team XSpark and Blind Esports both added 16 points, and Team Soul scored 15 points.
Match 5 – Miramar: Numen Gaming triumphed with 26 points. Revenant improved their game, securing 21 points. Team XSpark continued their good form with 17 points, and Insane took home 12 points.
Match 6 – Erangel: Hydra Officials made a comeback, winning the last game of the day. Entity Gaming added 22 points to their score, while Genxfm earned 19 points.
As the BMPS 2023 Grand Finals progress, the competition is heating up with teams showcasing strategic gameplay and skills. Fans are eagerly waiting to see how the standings will evolve in the coming days.