ESL BGMI Snapdragon Pro Series Challenge Season Week 3: Overview, Overall Standings and More

Week 3 of ESL Snapdragon BGMI Pro Series Challenge Season has concluded with seasoned teams dominating the event. Teams like Entity Gaming, IQOO Soul, Chemin Esports and WSB Gaming have put forth consistent performances and have dominated Week 3 of the Challenge Season. A few experienced teams like Team XSpark, Medal Esports, Team Prince and OR Esports are yet to put forth consistent performances and are placed in the second half of the points table.

The 32 participating teams were divided into 4 groups of 8 each with each group playing in the round robin format. Week 3 was played across three days with each day consisting of 6 matches and each group playing three matches per day.

ESL Snapdragon BGMI Pro Series Challenge Season Week 3 Summary

Entity Gaming was the most consistent team in the third week of the Challenge Season and was able to score 288 points along with a chicken dinner. IQOO Soul placed second and had a good mix of finish and placement points, and grabbed 278 points including five chicken dinners. Chemin Esports placed third and showed a position based gameplay and got 277 points along with two chicken dinners. WSB Gaming placed fourth, grabbing 263 points along with five chicken dinners.

Gods Reign continued its momentum and was able to grab 237 points along with three chicken dinners.Global Esports placed sixth by showing aggressive gameplay and scored 234 points, 133 of which came via finishes. Revenant Esports placed seventh and scored 225 points, 133 of which came via placements. Carnival Gaming also put forth good fights and scored 224 points along with two chicken dinners.

Week 3 of ESL Snapdragon BGMI Pro Series Challenge Season was dominated by seasoned teams like Entity Gaming, IQOO Soul and Gods Reign. Some of the upcoming teams like WSB Gaming, Chemin Esports and Alibaba raiders also put forth consistent performances and have dominated the Challenge Season of the event. A few seasoned teams like Team XSpark, Medal Esports and Team Prince have shown glimpses of brilliance but were inconsistent and are placed in the second half of the points table.

The upcoming week, Week 4, will be the last opportunity for some of the teams placed in the bottom half of the points table to secure a place in the event’s Grand Finals.

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