Gods Reign Becomes the winner of Villager Esports Pro Invitational Season 2
The last day of grand finals have concluded, and Gods Reign Becomes the winner of Villager Esports Pro Invitational Season 2. Check out the overall standings, prize pool distribution and more here
The Villager Esports Pro Invitational Season 2 finals have finally ended a total of 16 finalist teams battled for a massive prize pool of 22 lakhs INR. Gods Reign was crowned as the champion of the event where they bagged 10,00,000 INR prize money. Team 8Bit and Revenant Esports finished in second and third position at the event respectively. The Villager Esports Pro Invitational featured 24 teams, and after six days of competition, only 16 teams survived in the grand final.
Villager Esports Pro Invitational Season 2: Grand Finals Overall Standings
- Gods Reign – 183 Points
- Team 8Bit – 147 Points
- Revanent Esports – 137 Points
- Entity Gaming – 136 Points
- Blind Esports – 135 Points
- Medal Esports – 99 Points
- WSG Gaming – 95 Points
- Team Xspark – 95 Points
- Orangutan – 92 Points
- Gladiators Esports – 88 Points
- Autobotz Esports – 84 Points
- Team Aladin – 83 Points
- Chemin Esports – 66 Points
- Team Soul – 61 Points
- Numen esports – 61 Points
- Esports Wala – 54 Points
There are several different tournaments that are held under the BGMI Esports umbrella, including the BGIS (Battlegrounds India Series), and the BMOC (Battlegrounds Mobile Open Challenge). These tournaments offer prize pools of up to ₹2 crore (US$250,000) and have attracted some of the best BGMI players in the world.
In addition to the official tournaments, there are also many unofficial BGMI tournaments that are held online. These tournaments offer smaller prize pools, but they are a great way for players to get started in the esports scene.
If you are interested in joining the BGMI Esports scene, there are a few things you need to do. First, you need to make sure that you are a good player. You can do this by practicing regularly and playing in online tournaments. Second, you need to find a team. There are many teams that are looking for new players, so you should be able to find one that is a good fit for you. Finally, you need to be patient. It takes time to become a successful esports player. But if you are dedicated and work hard, you can achieve your goals.
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