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Battlegrounds Mobile India Series (BGIS) 2024 Grand Finals: Teams, Dates, and Prize Pool

Catch the BGIS 2024 Grand Finals at Hitex Exhibition Center, Hyderabad, from June 28-30, with 16 top teams competing for a ₹2 crore prize pool.

New Delhi: The Grand Finals of the Battlegrounds Mobile India Series (BGIS) 2024 is scheduled to take place in the Hitex Exhibition Center in Hyderabad, Telangana, from June 28 to June 30, 2024, providing an exciting finale to the competition.This prestigious esports tournament, organized by KRAFTON, features a whopping prize pool of ₹2 crore (approximately $245,000).

Event Highlights:

Dates: June 28-30, 2024

Location: Hitex Exhibition Center, Hyderabad, Telangana

Prize Pool: ₹2 crore

Champion: ₹60 lakh

First Runner-Up: ₹30 lakh

Second Runner-Up: ₹20 lakh

Bottom Four Teams: ₹2.5 lakh each

 MVP: ₹2.5 lakh

Qualified Teams for the Grand Finals:

The Grand Finals will see the top 16 teams, which qualified through rigorous competition in the Semifinals Week 1 and Week 2, battle it out over 18 matches (6 per day) for the championship title.

Teams Qualified from Semifinals Week 1:

  • Global Esports
  • Team X Spark
  • iQOO SouL
  • FS Esports
  • Vasista Esports
  • Team Aaru
  • Raven Esports
  • Team Tamilas

Teams Qualified from Semifinals Week 2:

  • Carnival Gaming
  • MOGO Esports
  • Team Limra
  • Venom Gaming
  • Team 8Bit
  • Team Insane Esports
  • Reckoning Esports
  • Inferno Squad

Tournament Overview:

The Grind (April 4 – April 28, 2024): Over a four-week period, 256 teams—16 of which were grouped—played three matches.The top 64 teams qualified to the main event.

Main Event (May 2 – May 26, 2024): Four rounds determined the top teams progressing to the Semi-Finals and Wildcard Entry.

Wildcard Entry (May 30 – June 2, 2024): Teams got a last chance to qualify for the Semi-Finals.

Semi-Finals (June 6 – June 16, 2024): Held over two weeks, the top 16 teams earned their spots in the Grand Finals.

Key Performances:

Global Esports: Showcased outstanding form, particularly through players Beast and Slug, led by IGL Mavi.

Team XSpark: Led by Shadow, with notable performances by SprayGod, Ninjajod, and Sarang.

Team Soul: Known for their consistency and confidence, aiming for their second consecutive official trophy.

Notable Eliminations:


Entity Gaming: Despite a strong start in Semifinals Week 2, they failed to maintain consistency, finishing 14th.

GodLike Esports: Struggled throughout the tournament and could not qualify for the Grand Finals, marking another disappointment in a series of underwhelming performances.

Fan Expectations:

The Grand Finals promise intense matches and high-level gameplay as top teams like Soul, Global Esports, XSpark, and Carnival Gaming, along with several underdogs, compete for the coveted BGIS 2024 title. The outcome of this great competition will be exciting for fans to see.

For more information, updates, and live streaming, fans can follow the official BGMI and KRAFTON India Esports social media channels.