Penta Esports has announced that ‘BATTLEGROUNDS MOBILE INDIA’ (BGMI) will be the esports title of ‘Penta Amateur League’ December 2021 edition with a prize pool of Rs 5,00,000. Registrations have started and squads can enter the tournament on Penta Esports’ platform.
The qualifiers of the tournament will run from 13 December to 21 December. The finals will be broadcast live on Penta’s Facebook page and YouTube channel from 28 December to 30 December. The broadcast will be preluded by the ‘Penta Talk Show’ on 25 December.
The ‘Penta Amateur League’ is exclusively for amateurs and semi-professional esports athletes and teams. The games chosen for the tournament throughout the league will be platform agnostic and will include PC, console and mobile titles. Season one of the league will run for six months, October 2021 to March 2022, with a monthly prize pool of Rs 5,00,000, adding up to a total prize pool of Rs 30,00,000.
The November 2021 edition of the league featured Valorant. The playoffs took place from from 26 November to 28 November with team God Particles winning the tournament three – one in a best of five match finals against Nogas Esports.
The broadcast of the playoffs were preluded by the Penta Talk Show, with the caster and host discussing the qualifiers, team journeys and discussing possibilities for the playoffs. The final day of the playoffs also saw an opening music performance by singer and songwriter Sushant Satija prior to the matches.
Said Penta Esports co-founder and head of esports Kiran Noojibail, “Our aim is to provide aspiring esports athletes of the country with a platform to showcase their skills and earn recognition. BGMI is a popular title in India and this tournament will be a stepping stone for budding esports athletes of this game to come to the limelight.”
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Founded by industry veterans – Anurag Khurana, Kiran Noojibail and Akshay Paul, Penta Esports aims to disrupt the ecosystem in India with a holistic approach towards the sector, including leagues, tournaments, content and much more.