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.