Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) announces the first-ever edition of its biggest semi-pro tournament— Battlegrounds Mobile India Open Challenge (BMOC). The same will be organized in two layers, of which the first tier is called the BGMI Open Challenge. Beyond this tier, players will fight it out at the BGMI Pro Series, at the end of which one winner of the game will be selected.
Registrations for Battlegrounds Mobile India Open Challenge
Registrations for BMOC will happen from 14 March to 27 March 2022. The place a whopping whole of 512 groups will discover themselves in Spherical 1.
On Friday, Krafton reveals that gamers who will reach level 25 on their Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) profile with Tier Platinum 5, will be eligible to register for BMOC on the company’s website.
Battlegrounds Mobile India Open Challenge: How it works?
There will be 512 teams going head-to-head. Out of which 256 teams will qualify for Round 2 where 64 teams will emerge victorious from a grueling face-off. These 64 teams will find themselves being in Round 3. The winners of Round 3, i.e., the top 32 teams, will proceed to Round 4 of the qualifiers. where they will face with 32 invited teams. With more and more talent emerging on the horizon, the tournaments promise to be intensely competitive, and full of nail-biting game moments.
The winners of Round 3, i.e., the top 32 teams, will proceed to Round 4 of the qualifiers, where they will face 32 invited teams. The final 32 teams from that will advance to Season 1 of the Battlegrounds Mobile India Pro Series, where the winner will be receiving a grand prize of 75 lakhs.
Having set the stage for an epic championship, these 32 teams must battle it out in a Round Robin format. Only 16 commendable teams will reach the grand finals of BMPS Season 1 where one winner will take home winnings of Rs 75 lakhs. Both series are online only and there will not be any offline LAN finals for these two tournaments.
The upcoming BMOC series is the first esports event that Krafton introduces in 2022.
The publisher recently announces four esports tournaments in India in 2022, with a total prize pool of Rs. 6 crores. Out of these, BMPS Season 1 and Season 2 will have a prize pool of Rs. 2 crores each, and the tournaments will begin with the BMOC which is open to all eligible users. Last year, Krafton promised investments worth $100 million (roughly Rs. 763 crores) in India, in order to improve local gaming, esports, and entertainment and IT industries in the country.
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