Call of Duty: Mobile India Challenge came to an end last night. The tournament was one of the first in an effort to find CODM masterminds in India. The tournament had both 5v5 and Battle Royale modes for the teams and players to compete and win. The tournament featured a prize pool of INR 7,20,000 for Invitational matches, 5v5 and Battle Royale combined. Team Mayhem won the5v5 segment of the tournament while Force One were champions of the Battle Royale segment. Both teams took home INR 1,25,000 as champions.
Call of Duty: Mobile India Challenge 5v5
The semi-finals of the tournament saw Team Mayhem beat out Reckoning Esports 2-1 as GodLike took out Force One’s multiplayer team. The finals were a best of 5 between Team Mayhem and GodLike. Team Mayhem won the 5v5 Call of Duty Mobile India Challenge, beating out GodLike in a close finals match with a final score of 3-2.
GodLike took home INR 50,000 as runners up in the 5v5 segment of CODM India Challenge. Watch the highlights of the matches here:
This tournament brings Team Mayhem’s amazing run this year to a close. Mayhem won EU East and Asia Qualifier For CODM World Championship earlier this year. They also qualified for the World Championship 2020 and won $15,000 off that tournament, however, following the cancellation of the World Championship, all teams (with the exception of Oxygen Esports) are to receive $107,000 equally from the $750,000 prize pool. This means Team Mayhem walked away with $1,22,000 from the tournament, one of the biggest sums won by any Indian esports team ever.
Call of Duty: Mobile India Challenge Battle Royale
Force One absolutely dominated the matches winning 3 of the 5 matches and 120 points (63 kills). Team Revolution came in a distant second with 86 points and Blind Esports came in 3rd.