ESL BGMI Snapdragon Pro Series LAN


BGMI Snapdragon Pro Series LAN: Team, Where to Get Tickets And Venue Details

Team Gossip   |  February 10th, 2024, 7:36  |  2 min read

The ESL BGMI Snapdragon Pro Series has reached its final leg and the LAN will take place in Noida from February 16-18, 2024. The top 32 teams, who have been playing for the last few weeks have now been reduced to 16 and will now be competing in front of a live audience for a prize pool of Rs. 1 Crore. The teams were tested for four weeks in the Challenge Season and now the best of the best have been able to come through. Here are all the details about the LAN event.


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ESL BGMI Snapdragon Pro Series 2024 Qualified Teams



Over four weeks of the Challenge Season, 32 teams played 18 matches each week and only the top 16 teams will make it to the LAN finals. Here are the top 16 teams that will be playing in the finals:


  • Chemin ESports
  • Global ESports
  • Team IQOO SOUL
  • Entity Gaming
  • Team Iflick
  • Revenant Esports
  • WSB Gaming
  • Gods Reign
  • Blind ESports
  • Orangutan
  • Gujrat Tigers
  • Carnival Gaming
  • Team Forever
  • OREsports
  • Hydra
  • GENxFM Esports


ESL BGMI Snapdragon Pro Series 2024 Schedule, Venue And Tickets



The LAN Finals will take place at the Noida Indoor Stadium From February 16-18, 2024. The stadium is located in Sector 21A and offers a lot of space for fans who will be attending the first LAN of the year. The event is a ticketed event and those who wish to see the teams live in action will have to buy tickets by clicking on this link


The three-day-long LAN event will see matches taking place in sets of six across the most popular maps of Erangel, Sanhok and Miramar. After 18 matches across three days, the winner will be announced and will take the lion's share of the Rs. 1 Crore prize pool. Audiences will not be able to see fan-favorite teams like GodLike Esports and Team XSpark at the LAN as they were not able to make it into the top 16. 


Fans in different cities who can't attend the LAN can watch the matches online on Facebook, YouTube, Rooter, and Loco, in both, English and Hindi. 





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