Karfton’s first Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) Series 2021 is all set to kick start from 2 August. While the registrations began on 19 July, Krafton has now announced that it will be extending those dates. This is good news for those who are still building their teams in order to enter the tournament.
Since its launch in India, BGMI has managed to capture the hearts of players once again. Being the Indian version of the world-famous battle royale game, PUBG Mobile, it received favourable responses from the gaming community in India.
To commemorate this, Krafton, the game’s developer, has announced that it will be hosting the first official BGMI Series 2021 in August. This inaugural series will span three months. Excitement for the upcoming series was at an all-time high as the prize pool stands at a mega ₹1,00,00,000. The winning team of the tournament will receive an impressive ₹50,00,000 in prize money.
The update on the extension of the registration for BGMI Series 2021 was posted on BGMI’s social media handles. However, the end date for the registrations will be announced a bit later. Until then, BGMI players can build their teams up and head to esportsbattlegroundsmobileindia.com to register themselves.
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There will be five stages in the tournament with the ‘In-Game’ qualifiers taking place from 2 to 8 August with the top 1024 teams qualifying. Next is the Online Qualifiers stage which will be held from 17 August to 12 September. In this stage, only 64 teams will be playing. The Quarter Finals will take place between 16 to 26 September where 24 teams will go to the next round.
The Semi Finals will then take place between 30 September to 3 October and only the top 16 performing teams will move on to the Grand Finals (7 to 10 October) where the champions will then be crowned.
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