Gaming

TENET ESports Triumphs EWar PUBG Mahayudh Season 1

EWar PUBG Mahayudh Season 1 –- the mega PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) online tournament organized by Bengaluru-based e-sports start-up EWar Games, has come to a successful completion, as the three-day-long Phase 3 of the tournament ended recently.

TENET Esports, one of the many elite PUBG teams of India that participated in the tournament, emerged as the champion of Mahayudh Season 1, ranking at the top of the leaderboard with a total of 145 points (85 Place Points & 60 Kill Points). Team The Nightmare –- an “Underdog” squad from Ganganagar, Rajasthan with an amateur line-up of 4 players, secured the runners up position in the tournament with 133 points. Other ‘Pro’ teams like Nova GodLike, 4KINGS, and Reckoning Esports earned the 3rd, 4th, and 5th spot respectively at the end of Phase 3. Hastar from Team Nova GodLike bagged the “Top Fragger” title having grabbed 22 kills through the tournament. 

Also Read: American Truck Simulator: Idhao DLC Will Release on 16 JULY

Notably, the third and final phase of PUBG Mahayudh was a battle of sorts between the best ‘Pro’ and ‘Underdog’ teams that had previously qualified from the Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the tournament. Phase 3 was sponsored and partnered by smartphone brand POCO; as a part of a giveaway contest held for viewers during the live streaming of Phase 3 matches, one randomly chosen lucky winner was rewarded with a brand new POCO M2 Pro.

The entire tournament was streamed on EWar’s mobile app and Youtube Channel, and the latter crossed over 300K views during Phase 3. Other than The Nightmare, two more ‘Underdog’ teams, namely Rising IBE and TSXICE also displayed awesome gameplay and managed to earn a place in the Top 10 teams after the conclusion of Phase 3.

The overall prize pool of the event was ₹ 2500000, whereas the prize pool only for Phase 3 was ₹1,00,000. The top 5 ranked teams and one top Fragger from each phase of the tournament won cash prizes for themselves (ranging from 5k upto 40k). EWar PUBG Mahayudh was a first-of-its-kind tournament in India’s PUBG gaming circuit, as it provided a prolific opportunity for emerging or novice PUBG gaming enthusiasts across the country to compete and prove their gaming talent and skills against some of the most renowned, professional PUBG squads.

Show More

Rajat Negi

Rajat Negi is the founder of Gizmo Tech and is an active blogger and social media influencer. Rajat has contributed to several articles for various publishers. He also works as a social media influencer for various popular brands. Rajat can be reached at [email protected]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related Articles

Back to top button