BGIS 2021 Grand Finals: Qualified teams, format, prize pool, and where to watch 

The Grand Finals is all set to begin on 13th of January (Image via BGMI)
The Grand Finals is all set to begin on 13th of January (Image via BGMI)

After four days of grueling action, the Semi-Finals of the BGIS 2021 came to an end. 16 teams out of the competing 24 teams qualified for the Grand Finals of the INR 1 crore tournament. The Grand Finals will take place from the 13th to the 16th of January, 2022.

In this piece, we'll take a look at various details regarding the Grand Finals of Battlegrounds Mobile India Series 2021.

BGIS 2021: Grand Finals format, allocations, qualified teams, and more

Grand Finals format

The top 16 finalists will compete in 24 matches over the course of four days. The team with the highest aggregate score after 24 matches will be crowned the ultimate champion.

Allocations from BGIS 2021: Grand Finals

The winners of the Grand Finals of BGIS 2021 will qualify as the Indian representative for the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) 2021 Grand Finals, which are scheduled to start from the 21st of January 2022.

Qualified teams for the Grand Finals

Grand Finals Teams (Image via BGMI)
Grand Finals Teams (Image via BGMI)

1. Team XO

2. Skylightz Gaming

3. Godlike Esports

4. OREsports

5. TSM

6. Hyderabad Hydras

7. Enigma Gaming

8. Team XSpark

9. UDog India

10. Reckoning Esports

11. R Esports

12. The Supari Gang

13. Revenant Esports

14. Old Hood Esports

15. Tactical Esports

16. 7Sea Esports

Prizepool of Grand Finals 2021

The tournament has a massive prize pool of 1 crore INR with the winner being rewarded 50 lakhs INR. Additionally, the MVP will receive 1 Lakh INR and there will be four other individual awards of 50 thousand INR each.

BGIS Finals Prize Pool distributions (Image via BGMI)
BGIS Finals Prize Pool distributions (Image via BGMI)

Where and when to watch

The finals will be streamed exclusively on the official YouTube channels of Battlegrounds Mobile India in both English and Hindi starting 13th of January.

The teams that did well in the Semi-Finals will look to maintain the same pace going into the Grand Finals. However, squads at the bottom part of the points table would reflect on their shortcomings and try to bounce back in the Grand Finals.

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Edited by R. Elahi
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