BGMS has entered its second Super Weekend with 16 teams playing each day to find a place for themselves in the finals of this grand event. Some teams succumbed to the competition and some powered through to make it to this stage. Here is a list of all qualified teams for BGMS Season 2 Super Weekend 2.
BGMS Season 2: All Qualified Teams For Super Weekend 2
A total of 16 teams will be seen playing the Super Weekend 2 of BGMS Season 2. With this, the fights will get more intense, the competition-- tougher, and the hunger to get into the finals would also increase. The teams will be fighting to prevent themselves from entering the playoff stage and making it directly to the finals. Here are all the qualified teams:
- Team iNSANE
- Blind Esports
- Global Esports
- Velocity Gaming
- Gods Reign
- Numen Gaming
- Enigma Gaming
- Lucknow Giants
- Medal Esports
- Team Soul
- Gladiator Esports
- Team 8Bit
- WSB Gaming
- Marcos Gaming
According to the format of the tournament, players will have to now maintain their top 4 slots in order to avoid the playoffs, and the rest of the teams will be competing after Super Weekend 2 to make a place for themselves in the finals. Only 16 teams will be making it to the finals, and the rest of the teams will be eliminated.
Interestingly big team names like GodLike Esports, and Revenant Esports have failed to qualify for the Super Weekend 2. GodLike Esports accumulated a total of just 59 points and the cut-off was 61 points. OR Esports and Chemin Esports also failed to make it to Super Weekend 2. Team SouL, who had been struggling all through the event qualified with 61 points. The live-action for Super Weekend 2 will be broadcasted on Star Sports and rooter.gg.
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