BGMI LAN Invited Teams: India’s most favorite battle royale game BGMI is all set to witness it’s first offline event called ‘All-Stars Invitational’. BGMI with partners with Nodwin an esports-based company and LOCO a live streaming platform has invited 16 professional esports teams to take part in this event which will take place in Delhi, India.
The last LAN event took place in India 2 years back when PUBG was not banned. But after its ban, BGMI takes over the Indian Gaming Community, and the LAN events are back.
Teams Invited To BGMI LAN Event
Here are all the details about the BGMI LAN event the “All-Stars Invitational” event.
BGMI officials have invited 16 teams to take part in this mega event.
1) Team Insane
2) Team X Spark
5) Team XO
6) Team 8Bit
7) Team Forever
9) Global Esports
10) Skylights Gaming
11) Hyderabad Hydras
12) Rivalry Esports
14) 7Sea Esports
15) OR Esports
16) Enigma Gaming
When And Where To Watch
Loco, along with NODWIN Gaming, has announced a 3-day BGMI LAN event called the 'All Stars Invitational'. The tournament will be the first ever offline event in the history of BGMI Esports, features a total prize pool of $72K (55Lakhs) https://t.co/h3kFiOym7F
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BGMI All-Stars Invitational event will be a three-day event that will take place in Delhi NCR on the 26th, 27th, and 28th of April. Despite it being an offline event, there will be no spectators due to the covid protocols.
As India’s fastest growing streaming site LOCO is the main sponsor of this event the live streaming will be exclusively shown on the LOCO app.
Prize Pool Of BGMI LAN
As it is an all-star event where professional teams are playing, the officials had announced a mouth whopping prize pool of 55,00,000 INR. Further details about the distribution of prizes are yet to be announced by the BGMI officials
Past LAN Event In India
The last LAN event in India had organized by PUBG officials around 2 years back in 2019 named Pubg Mobile All-Stars(PMAS). Many professionals teams had taken part and Team Fanatic won the crown and was rewarded with prize money of 55 lakhs INR.
After a long time, an offline esports event is going to happen in India which surely excites the fans. The general audience and the Indian Gaming Community will surely love these types of events. The fans are hoping that more of these events will happen in India and next they will be allowed to spectate too.