BGMI Livik Aftermath Showdown: Overall Standings, prize pool, and more- Team Snax won BGMI’s new invitational tournament LIVIK Aftermath Showdown. Thirteen teams were invited to the tournament, which featured three matches for a prize pool of INR 4.5 lakh.
With 18 kills and 46 points, Team Snax topped the points table with balanced gameplay. BGIS 2021 winner Skylightz Gaming played with him at the event. Team Scout finished in second place with 23 kills and 45 points. Even though they started aggressively, they just missed out on a first-place by a point. With 42 points, Team Mortal placed third without winning any matches.
BGMI Livik Aftermath Showdown: Match Standings
Team Scout won the event’s first match with a record-breaking 16 finishes. Second place went to Team Mortal while third place went to Team Dynamo.
The second match of the day was won by Team GodNixon with eight kills. Skylightz Pukar and Soul Mortal fought fiercely for second place, but the former came out on top.
With six frags in the third match, Team Snax won on the classic map Erangel. Three members of Team Vadhiyar were killed by a Gamlaboy grenade. They placed second with nine kills.
With a 40-24 scoreline, the team consisting of Snax, Mortal, Sangwan, and Antaryami won the final TDM battle between eight creators.
BGMI Livik Aftermath Showdown: Overall Standings
- Team Snax – 46 points
- Team Scout – 45 points
- Team Mortal – 42 points
- Team GodNixon – 40 points
- Team Payal – 31 points
- Team Psycho – 27 points
- Team Antaryami – 27 points
- Team Vaadhiyaar – 23 points
- Team Dynamo – 16 points
- Team Classified YT – 12 points
- Team Kanika – 9 points
- Team Shreeman – 7 points
- Team Sangwan – 6 points
BGMI Livik Aftermatch Showdown: Prizepool Distribution
The winning team of Snax took home INR 2 lakh, while the winning team of Scout took home INR 1.5 lakh. As the third-ranked team, Team Mortal took home 50K in prize money, with TDM MVP Snax taking home the remaining 50K.
Read More- BGMI Livik Aftermath Showdown kicks off January 25 with a prize pool of 4,50,000 rupees