Blind Esports won the Upthrust BGMI Challengers Showdown, extending their winning record in BGMI third-party competitions.
They achieved their third victory following the game’s re-release on May 29 after giving another powerful performance.
In the 12 matches they played throughout the course of the two-day Grand Finale of the Upthrust BGMI Challengers Showdown, they scored 104 points.
After spectacular efforts on the last day, the team took the top spot. They had a tough fight to win since they were just two points higher than the second-place squad.
A cash award of Rs. 5,00,000 was given to Blind Esports by the event’s organizers.
With 23 finishes and an F/D ratio of 1.9, Blind Spower has been crowned the BGMI Challengers Showdown Finals’ Most Valuable Player (MVP).
With 22 eliminations, Jonathan from GodLike Esports came in second, ahead of Secret from Entity Gaming.
A total prize pool of Rs.10,00,000 was available for the tournament, 50% of which went to the victors.
Upthrust BGMI Challengers Showdown 2023 Rankings & Prize Money
- Blind Esports – ₹5,00,000
- Gladiators Esports – ₹2,50,000
- WSB Esports – ₹1,50,000
- Spower (MVP) – ₹50,000
- Most Kills – Blind Esports – ₹50,000
With 102 points, Team Gladiators, who remained in the championship chase until the very end, could only place second in the Upthrust BGMI Challengers Showdown.
In the Grand Finale, the freshly formed squad, headed by Destro, put up a valiant fight and took home the Rs.2,50,000 first prize.
After demonstrating their outstanding performance, WSB Gaming came in third with 95 points.
At the conclusion of the tournament, Orangutan Gaming, which had taken the lead after the first six games, was in fourth position.
With two Chicken Dinners, OR Esports moved up to fifth place with 89 points. Godlike Esports, meanwhile, displayed some incredible skill on Day 2 and came in sixth overall.
After a dismal performance on the last day, Enigma Gaming dropped from fifth to eighth.
Entity Gaming maintained ninth place with 61 points. With 48 points each, Medal Esports and Gods Reign placed eleventh and twelfth, respectively.
Fan favourite Team Soul finished in 13th place with just 44 points after 12 games. Team XSpark, who performed well throughout the league phase, was unable to compete with the same fervour and placed fifteenth.
In the Upthrust BGMI Challengers Showdown Grand Finale, Revenant came in last place.