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Blind Esports Triumphs at Skyesports Championship 5.0 BGMI Finale

Blind Esports Triumphs at Skyesports Championship 5.0 BGMI Finale in Bangalore

In a heart-stopping display of skills and action, the Skyesports Championship 5.0 BGMI (Battlegrounds Mobile India) grand finale came to an extraordinary conclusion, with Blind Esports reigning supreme. Skyesports, India’s top Esports tournament organizer, held the showdown at the Koramangala Indoor Stadium, Bangalore, from November 3 to 5. Over 12,000 people gathered to witness the premier BGMI squads from across the country compete for a staggering total prize pool of INR 1.25 crore.

AMD Powered the event, and Zebronics acted as its Gaming Partner. Loco, the renowned independent gaming and Esports streaming platform, exclusively broadcasted the final in English, Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, and Malayalam as the event’s Broadcast Partner. Meanwhile, Tecno POVA 5 Series stood as the smartphone partner.

Four WWCD Victories Secure Blind Esports’ Championship

With an impressive four Winner-Winner Chicken Dinners (WWCD), Blind Esports accumulated a total of 170 points, taking the event’s top position. Revenant Esports followed closely in second place with 160 points, and OR Esports rounded out the third spot, amassing 150 points.

Blind Esports’ 16-year-old player, Rudra “Spower” Banswani – among the youngest to participate in the LAN finals – remarked, “Coming into this tournament, we knew we had what it took to win it all despite the high calibre of teams playing in the Skyesports Championship 5.0. It’s great to see that our countless hours of dedication and hard work paid off, and kudos to my entire team who put their all into lifting this trophy.” The determined young gamer also expressed gratitude for the unwavering support from their fans and shared the triumph with them.

Team Soul finished fourth with 137 points, and Gods Reign claimed fifth place, accumulating 133 points. Ritesh “Fierce” Nawandar received the Most Valuable Player (MVP) trophy for his exceptional gameplay throughout the thrilling three-day finals.

A High-Profile Event with a Bright Future

N.A. Haris, an esteemed Member of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly, attended the event and praised its success. He showed his support for the growth of Indian Esports by saying, “Seeing so much crowd is really very impressive, and I can see that so many people are interested. I think Bangalore should have better infrastructure for Esports, and we should make it a happening place. This is the step ahead.”

As India’s longest-running homegrown Esports IP, the Skyesports Championship has hit its fifth year. The total prize pool for the tournament amounted to an astounding INR 2,12,00,000, shared across three Esports titles, including BGMI.

With such an exceptional display of gaming talent, intense competition, and immense enthusiasm from both the players and the audience, Skyesports Championship 5.0 BGMI has undoubtedly set the stage for the future rise of Esports in India.

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