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BMPS Season 1 Grand Finals: Participating Teams, Prize pool Schedule, and More


The Battlegrounds Mobile Pro Series (BMPS) Season 1 league stage completed today, with the top 16 teams advancing to the Grand Finals. Between May 19 and June 5, the top 24 teams from the BMOC competed in a three-week league (Battlegrounds Mobile India Open Challenge). The top 8 teams were expected to qualify for the Grand Finals, however, there are no significant changes in the teams ranked 9th to 16th, with the exception of Blind Esports. On Day 11, they were ranked fourteenth, but by today, Esportswala had climbed into the top 16, ensuring their qualification for the Finals. Blind esports were eliminated because they had fewer position points than the 16th-placed team. BMPS Season 1 Grand Finals

Qualified Teams for BMPS Season 1 Grand Finals:
  • Soul
  • XO
  • OR Esports
  • Global Esports
  • Hyderabad Hydras
  • Nigma Galaxy
  • Enigma Gaming
  • Hydra Official
  • 7 Sea Esports
  • R Esports
  • FS Esports
  • Autobotz
  • Big Brother Esports
  • INS
  • EsportsWala
  • Kinetic
BMPS Grand Finals Schedule:

The BMPS S1 Finals will be held from June 9 to June 12, with a total of 24 matches being played over four days. Fans will support their favourite teams, and it will be exciting to see which teams will emerge as table-toppers and take home a large portion of the prize pool in Indian esports history. Despite their excellent performance, Team Soul was defeated by OR Esports, who took first place with 562 points.

Team XO took third place with 488 points, followed by Nigma Galaxy in fourth place with 427 points. Other teams such as Global Esports, 7SEA, and Hydra Official also performed admirably and will advance to the next round. Marcos Gaming, Blind Esports, and a few other teams were not able to qualify for the tournament.

The event will be streamed live on the BGMI’s official YouTube channels, as well as LOCO and IQOO Esports. The following is the prize pool distribution for the competition:

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Ashish Jha
Ashish is a passionate writer in the gaming and esports industry, and an Anime geek, fueled by coding, coffee, and late-night game sessions.

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