Battle Grounds Mobile India Series: Krafton announced title sponsor, Registration and Format

Publish Date: 23 Oct, 2021
Krafton BGMI Battle Grounds Mobile India Series: Krafton announced title sponsor, Registration and Format

Krafton announced title sponsor for BGIS: IQOO Battlegrounds Mobile India Series (BGIS) is the first official BGMI tournament which is open to all. Krafton recently announced through their official BGMI instagram handle that the title sponsor for upcoming BGIS would be IQOO, the chinese mobile manufacturer company.

We’ve been seeing some of the popular YouTube BGMI streamers promote the IQOO brand mobiles like IQOO Z5. The mobile comes with 120 fps and a strong chipset which shall help players perform well if the event is of Lan type.


Battlegrounds Mobile India Series Getting Delayed

Battlegrounds Mobile India Series (BGIS) has been delayed for quite some time now and the main reason that has come out is the immense amount of hackers or cheaters present in the game. Players have faced hackers in 4 out of 5 matches they were playing and popular streamers and esports players like Mortal, Jonathan & Scout have spoken about the same on Twitter. Krafton has been trying to eliminate the hackers/cheaters from the game and then commence the BGIS in order for players to have a fair tournament.

Information Required to register for Battlegrounds Mobile India Series

With the delay in series, the registering window for BGIS has been kept open and interested gamers can register for the same and compete for the prize pool of INR 1 Crore. In order to register for the event, one needs the following details: 

  1. Team Name

  2. Team Owner Name

  3. Email Address

  4. Mobile Number

  5. City

  6. Details of the team Players

Battlegrounds Mobile India Series Format

  1. In-Game Qualifiers:

Each registering team will have to play 15 matches with their squad and their Top 10 matches with respect to points earned will be counted for the ratings. Out of all the squads playing In-Game Qualifiers top 1024 teams will qualify for Online Qualifiers.

  1. Online Qualifiers:

The top 1024 teams will play online qualifiers and from the online qualifiers top 64 teams will advance to play the quarter finals which might be a Lan or Online event depending on the Covid rules & scenarios.

  1. Quarter Finals:

The top 64 teams after the online qualifiers will then be playing Lan or Online events depending on the covid guidelines and Top 24 teams will then move to Semi Finals.

  1. Semi Finals: 

The top 24 teams from the quarterfinals will most probably be divided into 3 groups: A, B and C with 8 teams each and will be playing matches in round-robin fashion and the top 16 teams from those 24 teams will qualify for the Finals.

  1. Grand Finals:

The top 16 teams of India will then be playing on various maps and multiple matches to conquer the first ever official esports tournament of BGMI worth a prize pool of INR 1 Crore.


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