Chemin Esports secures third position in the ‘BGMI’ invitational tournament

Chemin Esports has secured third position in the five-day TEC BGMI Invitational season three, a battle-royale game, an invitation-only tournament event. Chemin managed to grab the cash prize of 50,000 rupees and 10 points to its account.

Battlegrounds Mobile India requires its player or squad (if played as a team) to devise strategies, to dodge hits from the rival team, to emerge as a victor. Considered to be one of the extremely competitive e-game in the global gaming circuit, Battlegrounds Mobile India is indeed a litmus test of any gamer’s gaming acumen.

Justin Nadar stood out from the Chemin esports team owing to his phenomenal gaming moves. The tournament ran over the course of five days, with around three matches of 30-35 minutes played every single day. “We picked up the pace after scoring low on day one. Though we’re not satisfied with being in the third position, we’re also happy about reaching this far,” shares Chemin’s team player Ammar Destro Khan.

Speaking on his team’s win, Chemin founder and director Ishan Varma said, “Consistency is the key in any sports. Our BGMI boys have always displayed a great and consistent performance whenever they have played. This match was a perfect example of the synergy between Ammar (aka Destro), and Robin’s experience coupled with Parth (aka Delta) and Justin’s raw talents. I hope our team will carry forward their win into the upcoming BMOC and BMPS tournaments.”

TEC BGMI Invitational season three, the BGMI invitational tournament was organized by The Esports Club in association with LG Ultragear with prize pool of rupees five lakhs. 18 teams participated and 15 matches were played in a span of five days.