EGI Revamp Battle 2021

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Revenant Esports Wins EGI Revamp Battle

Daniel Royte
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Revenant Esports has been crowned the champions of Ebullient Gaming India (EGI) Revamp Battle on 5th Aug 2021.
The top three teams of the grand finals were Revenant Esports, Team XO, and Team TapaTap respectively.
Well-known teams and names such as Team SouL, 8Bit, and TeamIND were also a part of the event. The ex-TSM PUBG Mobile squad also made an appearance as Team TapaTap.

Revenant Esports has been crowned the champions of Ebullient Gaming India (EGI) Revamp Battle on 5th Aug 2021, winning a lion’s share of the INR 80,000 (USD 1,078) prize pool. The event was one of the first tournaments of the recently released Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI). The tournament featured 24 teams and was played over a period of five days from 1st to 5th Aug 2021, and was divided into the League stage and the Grand Finals. Well-known teams and names such as Team SouL, 8Bit, and TeamIND were also a part of the event. The ex-TSM PUBG Mobile squad also made an appearance as Team TapaTap.

Revenant Esports emerges victorious in EGI Revamp Battle

EGI Revamp Battle was held from 1st to 5th Aug 2021 and featured 24 teams. The event featured a four-day League Stage that was followed by the Grand Finals day. Twenty-four teams were divided into four groups during the League Stage and faced each other in a round-robin format out of which the top 16 teams qualified for the Grand Finals.

The top three teams of the grand finals were Revenant Esports, Team XO, and Team TapaTap respectively. The event featured most of the recently announced and formed BGMI teams from different organizations. In a surprising twist, fan-favorites, Team SouL bombed out of the event at 24th place and did not even make it to the Grand Finals. Other popular teams such as TeamIND and 7Sea Esports also did not make it to the Grand Finals day. Other brand names such as Orange Rock and 8Bit had a good showing with 8Bit even topping the League Stage of the event.

The prize pool distributed between the top three teams are as follows,

  1. INR 45,000 (USD 600)

  2. INR 20,000 (USD 269)

  3. INR 15,000 (USD 200)

BGMI was released on July 2021 after a long wait following PUBG Mobile’s ban in India. PUBG Mobile overtook every other esport in the country in player base, popularity, and tournaments, crossing 400 Million downloads by June 2019. BGMI is set to propel on a similar growth with the upcoming Battlegrounds India Series (BGIS) that will feature a INR 1 Crore (USD 134,000) prize pool.

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Daniel is an under-grad and has grown up with esports titles like Dota 2 cultivating a passion for esports. His current beats include in-depth coverage of Dota 2 and Mobile Legends.