The TEC BGMI Invitational Season 4 which took place from 6th to 16th June has concluded with Global Esports (GE) being crowned as the champion, walking away with the trophy and INR 7,00,000 in prize money.
This BGMI (Battlegrounds Mobile India) tournament was a breath of fresh air with its shorter and more exciting format that most other competitions tend to ignore. With a total of six game days split into league stage (4 days) and grand finals stage (2 days), the teams had to start and finish in high gear which delivered some top-notch action.
Global Esports after a mediocre league stage where they finished in the 11th position, returned to form rather quickly as they secured a WWCD (Winner Winner Chicken Dinner) in the very first match of the grand finals stage and kept building on this momentum to finish on top of the leaderboard with a total of 115 points.
Global Esports crowned as the champions of TEC BGMI Invitational Season 4
The BGMI roster of Global Esports has been delivering exceptional results more consistently as of late, having won the THUG Invitational Season 5, being one of the first four teams to qualify through the BMOC 2022 Round 4, securing a fourth place finish at BMPS Season 1, and now lifting the trophy once again at the TEC BGMI Invitational Season 4.
It has been a solid team performance from this GE roster as they finally manage to find a good rhythm instead of popping off randomly at selective tournaments. The lineup faced a lot of troubles on its way to the top, like hacking accusations from the community, but it seems to have only made them stronger.
At the TEC BGMI Invitational Season 4, out of the 32 teams invited for the league stage GE somehow managed to grab the 11th place finish, crawling its way into the grand finals stage. However, once the main competition kicked off there was just no stopping them, as they climbed up to the fourth place at end of the first day and then took the top spot on the final day.
Having acquired a total of 115 points including 74 placement points and 41 finish points, GE with a difference of just one point managed to overtake Marcos Gaming who could only muster 114 points, 67 placement points and 47 finish points.
Despite the brilliant showing from GE, the MVP (Most Valuable Player) of the tournament was Shubham “NinjaJOD” Ranjan from TSM, who finished fifth at the tournament. With a total of 21 finishes to his name which contributed to about 43% of the team’s total frags (49), NinjaJOD once again showcased why he was one of the best assaulters in the country.
It will be interesting to see how this Global Esports lineup goes on to perform in the buildup towards the next official BGMI tournament of the 2022 competitive circuit.