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Snapdragon BGMI Pro Series 2024 Challenge Season Day 3

Snapdragon BGMI Pro Series 2024 Challenge Season Day 3: Veterans Dominate, Upcoming Teams Show Promise
Match Summary and Highlights

Week 1, Day 3 of the Snapdragon Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) Pro Series 2024 Challenge Season has come to a close, featuring an intense showdown between seasoned and upcoming teams. Team Prince, Gods Reign, and Revenant Esports emerged as the dominant forces on Day 3, leading the overall standings. However, rising squads like GenxFM and Team Together Esports have not backed down from the challenge, giving the seasoned teams a run for their money.

Overall Standings After Day 3

At the top of the table, Team Prince holds a commanding lead with 95 points and two chicken dinners. Hot on their heels are Gods Reign in second place with 90 points and two chicken dinners, and Revenant Esports in third place with 90 points and a single chicken dinner. Chemin Esports and Alibaba Raiders round out the top five, with 89 points and 88 points, respectively.

Challenge Season Day 3 Highlights 

Match 1: Erangel (B vs C)

Revenant Esports secured its first chicken dinner of the Challenge Season with a whopping 31 points. Harsh “Aquanox” Rao from Revenant Esports took MVP honors with six solo finishes. Alibaba Raiders and Entity Gaming trailed behind, earning 15 points each for their second and third-place performances. IQOO Soul scored 11 points in a team effort, while both Big Brother Esports and Team Zero were eliminated early with just one point each.

Match 2: Miramar (B vs C)

GenxFM made a statement in this match, grabbing an impressive 29-point chicken dinner on Miramar. Karan from GenxFM earned MVP honors with six finishes. Team Together Esports experienced a resurgence, scoring 14 points. Team iFlicks followed closely with 11 points, and Team Forever and FS Esports finished in fourth and fifth place, notching 10 points each. WindGod Esports and Team Prince were eliminated without scoring a single point.

Match 3: Erangel (B vs C)

Big Brother Esports bounced back and secured its first chicken dinner of the Challenge Season with 28 points. Team Forever placed second, earning 20 points. Mohammad “Owais” Owais Lakhani from Team Forever snatched the MVP title with six solo finishes. Alibaba Raiders and Entity Gaming placed third and fourth, garnering 16 points each. Revenant Esports finished fifth and managed to secure 8 points. Team Zero, on the other hand, was eliminated early with just one point.

Match 4: Sanhok (D vs A)

Team XSpark staged a comeback to claim a 24-point chicken dinner. Chemin Esports showcased strategic gameplay and secured 15 points. Team Godlike followed closely on their heels, also earning 15 points. Gujarat Tigers displayed a balanced performance, amassing 14 points. Vivek “Clutchgod” Horo from Gujarat Tigers was the match MVP with six finishes. Carnival Gaming made a comeback and tallied 11 points, while WSB Gaming was eliminated in the initial stages without scoring a point.

Match 5: Vikendi (D vs A)

Orangutan grabbed a 25-point chicken dinner on Vikendi. Team XSpark continued their strong performance, securing 15 points. Carnage Esports made a solid comeback with 14 points and Windstorm Gaming also scored 14 points. The match MVP was Rupen “Riya” Das from Orangutan with six finishes. However, it was a disastrous match for Chemin Esports and Team Zero as they were eliminated early without scoring any points.

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Snapdragon BGMI Pro Series 2024 Challenge Season Day 3 Overall Standings:

Gujarat Tigers put on an impressive performance throughout the tournament, showcasing their consistency and skill in each match. With strong players like Clutchgod, Aman and Maxkash, they were able to secure the top spot with a total of 200 points. Team XSpark came in second place with 144 points, followed closely by Orangutan with 141 points.

As we look back at WSB Gaming’s performance in this tournament, it is clear that while they may have been eliminated early on, they still showed determination and skill in their gameplay. Each team faced tough competition and WSB Gaming should be proud of their efforts.

But as the saying goes, there can only be one winner. And Gujarat Tigers proved themselves to be the ultimate champions of this tournament. With intense matches and high stakes, this tournament truly showcased the best of esports gaming.

For those who may not be familiar with esports, it is a form of competitive video gaming where professional players and teams compete against each other in various tournaments for cash prizes. It has gained immense popularity over the years, with millions of viewers tuning in to watch their favorite teams and players battle it out on screen.

Moreover, the rise of mobile gaming has made esports even more accessible to the general public. With smartphones becoming more powerful and affordable, anyone can participate in competitive gaming from anywhere in the world. This has led to an increase in diversity within the esports.


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