Blind Esports wins Villager Esports Domin8ter Series

Blind Esports emerged as the champions of the Villager Esports Domin8ter Series, a thrilling four-day Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) tournament. The team’s exceptional performance and ultimate victory earned them a well-deserved INR 3 Lakh from an INR 7 Lakh Prize Pool. This tournament held particular significance as it officially marked the return of competitive BGMI after a suspension lasting nine months.

Blind Esports Dominating Performace Throughout the Tournament

Right from the beginning, Blind Esports showcased their dominance, securing a substantial 40-point lead over the second-placed Team Avii by the end of Day 1 of the finals. With three victories out of six matches on Day 1, the team amassed an impressive total of 93 points, consisting of 44 position points and 49 finish points. Despite concerns among fans regarding the unpredictable nature of BGMI esports, Blind Esports maintained their prowess and control throughout Day 2.

On Day 2, Blind Esports solidified their claim on the number one position, leaving the other top five teams struggling to catch up. The competition was fierce, with teams separated by mere 2-3 points. By the conclusion of Day 2, Blind Esports had firmly secured the first position with an impressive 161 points, comprising 60 position points and 101 finish points. No other team came close to challenging their commanding score.

The victory of Blind Esports in the Domin8ter Series can be attributed to the seamless teamwork of their BGMI lineup, featuring talented players such as Khush “Jokerr” Singh, Mohammad “Manya” Raja, Nakul “NakuL” Sharma, Manpreet “Rony” Singh, Rudra “Spower,” and Aravind “Spy” Menon. The individual performances of each member further highlight the team’s dominance, with all of them making it to the list of top fraggers with the most finishes. 

However, it was Manya from Blind Esports who stood out, claiming the prestigious title of Most Valuable Player (MVP). Manya’s exceptional skills and consistent performances throughout the tournament earned him the MVP title, with an impressive tally of 33 finishes and an average finish of 2.75. As a reward for his outstanding contributions, Manya was bestowed with an additional prize of INR 50 Thousand, further cementing his status as a standout player in the tournament

While Blind Esports secured the championship title, Team VST, Team Soul, and Team Avii finished with an equal number of points (87) behind the championship winners. However, since Team VST had two WWCDs, it was rewarded with the second position and earned a share of the prize pool amounting to INR 1.5 Lakh.Team SouL with one WWCD finished in third place and was awarded winnings of INR 1 Lakh for its performance in the tournament.

The victory of Blind Esports in the Villager Esports Domin8ter Series not only solidifies their position as champions but also serves as a testament to their exceptional skills, dedication, and teamwork. Their dominant performance throughout the tournament has undoubtedly left a lasting impression on the BGMI esports community, as they establish themselves as a force to be reckoned with.