BGIS 2023 Grand Finals Day 3: Teams, date, map order, Day 2 results, and more

Day 3 of BGIS Grand Finals takes place on October 15 (Image via BGMI)
Day 3 of BGIS Grand Finals takes place on October 15 (Image via BGMI)

The Battlegrounds Mobile India Series (BGIS) 2023 Grand Finals Day 3 is scheduled for October 15. Of the 18 matches in this stage, 12 were played on October 12 and October 13. Krafton didn’t schedule any matches on October 14 due to the World Cup 2023 cricket match between India and Pakistan. Big Brother Esports currently leads the overall points table.

The best 16 squads from the BGIS Semifinals are competing for a total prize of ₹2 crore and eight spots in the BGMI India vs South Korea Invitational. The Grand Finals are taking place at the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Stadium in Mumbai, India.


BGIS 2023 Finals participants

Here is the list of 16 qualified teams for the Battlegrounds Mobile India Series 2023 (BGIS) Grand Finals:

  1. Medal Esports
  2. Revenant Esports
  3. Gladiators Esports
  4. Glitchx Reborn
  5. CS Esports
  6. Mici Esports
  7. Gods Reign
  8. Midwave Esports
  9. Growing Strong
  10. Team XSpark
  11. OR Esports
  12. TWM Gaming
  13. Blind Esports
  14. Big Brother Esports
  15. 4Aggressive Man
  16. Night Owls

Day 3 map rotation

Here is the map order of the remaining six matches that will be held on October 15:

  • Match 1 - Erangel
  • Match 2 - Miramar
  • Match 3 - Sanhok
  • Match 4 - Vikendi
  • Match 5 - Miramar
  • Match 6 - Erangel

BGIS Grand Finals overall standings after 12 matches

Big Brother Esports showcased an improved performance on Day 2 and secured the first position on the table with 138 points. The team bagged two Chicken Dinners in a row, which helped them get to the top of the standings.

Gladiators Esports also commanded a turnaround in fortunes on Day 2 and placed second on the table with 134 points. However, the Destro-led roster did not register any Chicken Dinners in their 12 matches.

Revenant Esports and Gods Reign, who were tied with 83 points on Day 1, struggled a bit, falling to third and fifth place, respectively. Team XSpark, on the other hand, put in an amazing performance and finished fourth with 114 points.

TWM Gaming, who are underdogs, impressed everyone and grabbed sixth place with 100 points. Blind Esports also looked in fabulous shape and moved up to seventh position with 100 points.

OR Esports’ inconsistent performance continued in the BGIS Grand Finals, but the Jelly-led team managed 91 points in 12 matches. Growing Strong finished 13th with 60 points despite securing one Chicken Dinner. Meanwhile, Night Owls ended up in the last position with 42 points.

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Edited by Rachel Syiemlieh