Battlegrounds Mobile India Open Challenge Announced, Entry, Eligibility Details, Prize Amount Revealed

Battlegrounds Mobile India Open Challenge – or BMOC – was announced by Krafton on Friday as the first BGMI competition for 2022. The South Korean publisher revealed that registration for the next BMOC will open on March 14. However, players will need to meet certain requirements. to register for the open challenge. The top 32 teams will advance to the Battlegrounds Mobile India Pro Series (BMPS). The winner of the BMPS Grand Final will take home Rs. 75 lakh, according to Krafton.

On Friday, Krafton revealed that players who have reached level 25 on their Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) profile with Platinum level 5, will be able to register for BMOC on the company’s website. Registration for the event will take place from March 14-27, which will be followed by in-game qualifiers. 64 teams will make it to round 3, and that number will drop to 32 for the round. 4. These teams will be matched against 32 invited teams, and only 32 of the top teams will advance to Season 1 of the BMPS Series.

Krafton also detailed his plans for upcoming esports tournaments in India.
Photo credit: Krafton

According to Krafton, the 32 teams that qualify for BMPS Season 1 will compete in the events in a Round Robin format, and 16 teams will qualify for the BMPS Finals. The winning team will take home Rs. 75 lakh in prize money. The BMOC and BMPS series will be online only, and Krafton has confirmed that it will not be hosting offline LAN finals for these tournaments.

The upcoming BMOC series is the first esports event introduced by Krafton in 2022, and the publisher recently announced four esports tournaments in India in 2022, with a total prize pool of Rs. 6 crores. Of these, BMPS Season 1 and Season 2 will have a prize pool of Rs. 2 crore each, and the tournaments will start with the BMOC which is open to all eligible users. Last year, Krafton pledged investments worth $100 million (about Rs 763 crore) in India, to improve the local gaming, esports, entertainment and IT industries. in the country.

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