GodLike Esports Claims Victory in iQOO BGMI Pro Series 2023

iQOO BGMI Pro Series 2023

GodLike Esports, led by Shadow, made an impressive comeback and emerged as the winners of the iQOO BGMI Pro Series 2023. They accumulated a total of 136 points, with 92 successful finishes, during the Grand Finals of the competition. This victory marks their first win since Battlegrounds Mobile India was re-launched. As a reward, the team received a prize money of Rs 4,00,000.

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GodLike Esports had a slow start during the final round and found themselves in eighth place after the first day. However, they significantly improved their performance in the following 12 matches and emerged as the winners of the BGMI Pro Series. Jonathan, a legendary player from the team, received the MVP award for securing 34 kills in the Finals.

OR Esports, who were leading after the second day, slipped to second place due to a lacklustre performance in a few matches on the final day of the event. They earned 127 points with two Chicken Dinners and 74 eliminations and were awarded ₹2,50,000 in prize money. Admino, who achieved 26 finishes, was the top player from their squad and ranked fifth in the overall kill leaderboard.

Allocation of Prize Pool in BGMI Pro Series

Here is the prize pool distribution for the event:

  • GodLike Esports – ₹4,00,000
  • OREsports – ₹2,50,000
  • Gods Reign – ₹1,50,000
  • Gujarat Tigers – ₹1,00,000
  • Orangutan – ₹₹50,000
  • MVP – Jonathan – ₹50,000

Gods Reign, who had a strong start in the first six games of the event, secured the second-place position with 123 points and 72 kills. NinjaJod stood out with remarkable performances throughout the competition. Gujarat Tigers, a recently formed team, finished fourth without winning any Chicken Dinners and received a prize money of ₹1,00,000.

Overall standings of iQOO Pro Series (Image via iQOO)

Orangutan Gaming, under the leadership of Ash, secured the fifth position in the BGMI Pro Series. Although they played consistently, it wasn’t sufficient to place them in the top three. Entity Gaming, led by Saumraj, claimed the sixth spot with 117 points, despite not winning any Chicken Dinners.

Team Soul, a favourite among fans, finished in seventh place in the event, earning 105 points and 77 eliminations. Despite having a talented roster, they struggled to accumulate position points in most of their games. Blind Esports secured the eighth spot with 100 points, including 63 finishes.

7SEA Esports and Team 8Bit claimed the ninth and tenth positions with 99 and 98 points, respectively. Team Gladiators, who recently won the Nodwin BGMI Champions Cup, concluded their run in the 13th position with 73 points. Team XSpark finished 14th in the tournament after facing difficulties in multiple encounters.