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16 teams are competing for the massive prize pool of 2.1 crore in the Grand Finals of the BGMI Masters Series Season 2. The winning team will receive INR 1 crore and a prestigious BGMS Season 2 Trophy.
BGMI Masters Series Season 2 Grand Finals Day 1 concluded with 4 thrilling matchups where Orangutan Esports dominated the day securing a total of 71 points with 1 Winner Winner Chicken Dinner. Gladiators Esports also played well and secured second place in the BGMS Finals Points Table. the race for the trophy is getting hot as only 8 matches are left in the competition. Check out the BGMI Master Series 2023 (BGMS) Points Table
The BGMI Masters Series Season 2 Grand Finals kicked off on August 25th featuring 16 teams competing over three days. 12 matches will be played in the Grand Finals, with four matches played each day.
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BGMI Master Series 2023 Points Table
- Orangutan Esports – 71 Points
- Gladiators Esports – 59 Points
- Velocity Gaming – 50 Points
- OR Esports – 40 Points
- Team 8Bit – 32 Points
- Medal Esports – 31 Points
- Marcos Gaming – 30 Points
- Team iNSANE – 30 Points
- Global Esports – 29 Points
- WSG Gaming – 25 Points
- Blind Esports – 23 Points
- Gods Reign – 20 Points
- OneBlade Esports – 20 Points
- Lucknow Giants – 18 Points
- Team X Spark – 15 Points
- Enigma Gaming – 9 Points
BGMS Season 2 Grand Finals Day 1 Highlights
Day 1 started with Orangutan Esports taking 16 finish points WWCD, giving them an absolutely solid start in the Grand Finals by securing 1 place in the BGMS Finals Points Table. Gladiators Esports claimed the second match, followed by Velocity Gaming and Team 8Bit, which secured the third and fourth matches, respectively.
Nodwin Gaming partnered with Star Sports for the highly anticipated return of India’s biggest esports tournament, BGMI Masters Series Season 2. Building upon its record-shattering success in season 1, the new season 2 of the BGMI Masters Series kicked off on August 4, featuring 24 teams and offering one of the highest-ever prize pools of INR 2.1 crore (over USD 250K) for a non-publisher event.