BGMI LAN Event NODWIN Loco All Stars Invitational: Day 2


BGMI LAN Event NODWIN Loco All Stars Invitational: Day 2 Results and Highlights

Here is all the action that went down on the second day of the BGMI LAN tournament.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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The second day of the first-ever BGMI LAN tournament, NODWIN Loco All Stars Invitational, has concluded with Skylightz Gaming leading the points table.
It has been an underwhelming run by the fan favorite teams GodLike Esports and Team XSpark till now as they are struggling and are at the bottom of the points table.
TSM and Hyderabad Hydras have been the key aggressors with 61 and 59 finishes to their name respectively.

NODWIN and Loco have come together to bring Indian esports back to LAN after more than two years, with the first-ever offline Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) tournament - NODWIN Loco All Stars Invitational.

The INR 50,00,000 tournament has reached its final day following two days of action-packed matches, as 16 directly invited BGMI teams assembled in Delhi NCR (National Capital Region) for the hyped tournament.

The first day of the event witnessed domination from TSM, Team XO, Revenant Esports, and Skylightz Gaming. All the four teams scored more than 50 points along with a WWCD (Winner Winner Chicken Dinner) each, in matches five, two, four, and one respectively.

However, the second day of the tournament was even more electrifying. All the teams now well suited to the LAN atmosphere were ready to kick it off in high gear, as the points table witnessed some changes.

NODWIN Loco All Stars Invitational: Complete Day 2 details of the BGMI LAN tournament

The first day of the BGMI event was quite exciting with teams finally getting an opportunity to enjoy a LAN tournament. There were some nerves but the top teams maintained their composure to show why they were a class apart from the rest.

Here is what the points table looked like at the end of the NODWIN Loco All Stars Invitational: Day 1,

NODWIN Loco All Stars Invitational: Day 2 BGMI Schedule

This was the map placement for the second day of the BGMI tournament and the winners of each map that walked away with the WWCD:

  • Match 6: Erangel | TSM

  • Match 7: Miramar |Skylightz Gaming

  • Match 8: Erangel | Hyderabad Hydras

  • Match 9: Sanhok | Revenant Esports

  • Match 10: Erangel | Skylightz Gaming

NODWIN Loco All Stars Invitational: Day 2 BGMI Results

Here is what the points table looked like at the end of the NODWIN Loco All Stars Invitational: Day 2,

There were multiple shifts in the positions of various teams after the end of Day 2. Here is a quick overview of some of the biggest takeaways,

  • TSM continued to play its trademark hyper-aggressive game. Though it is still the leader when it comes to the overall finishes taken by a team, standing tall with 61 finishes, it did affect its overall position as they slipped two places to currently stand third on the points table.

  • Skylightz Gaming tweaked its gameplay massively, not thoroughly concentrating on finishes but instead optimizing its gameplay such that it racked up 44 placement points along with 31 finishes.

  • Team XO maintained its hold on the second place, almost doubling up on its overall points from 60 to 114 points. The team is looking in top shape and is in a great position to sweep the top spot later today.

  • Hyderabad Hydras spruced up its game to jump from seventh to fourth position, surprising many with its aggressive gameplay as they now stand just two frags below TSM at 59 finishes. This also helped them attain a WWCD in match number eight followed by third place in the next two matches.

  • 7Sea Esports took a massive leap, going from second last at the end of day one to eighth on the points table by the end of the second day. They were hitting hard while also earning good placements to score a total of 55 points.

  • Fan favorites, GodLike Esports and Team XSpark, witnessed a drop in their overall positioning mostly because of underwhelming gameplay. GodLike went from 11th to 13th on the points table after facing difficulties playing its natural game. Team XSpark also dropped its position by one, unable to get good starts and failing to bring about the required changes to better their performance.

The last day of the first-ever BGMI tournament is still left to be played out, as the last five matches will be taking place later today. The winner will be taking INR 25,00,000 in prize money from a total prize pool of INR 50,00,000.

It will be interesting to see how the last day plays out as the top five teams are stacked together with a difference of just 20 points between them.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.