Big Brother Esports BGMI Invitational Season 2: Top Three Teams


TSM, GE, SouL Finish Top Three at Big Brother Esports BGMI Invitational Season 2

Another intense tournament comes to a close.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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Big Brother Esports BGMI Invitational Season 2 Week 2 concluded on 27th Jan with TSM walking away as the champions.
Global Esports failed to defend its Week 1 title by finishing second this time around.
Ninja was crowned as the MVP of the tournament for securing a total of 55 kills.

Multiple esports tournament organizers from India have shown an inclination towards hosting BGMI (Battlegrounds Mobile India) tournaments despite the game's continued absence in the country.

Big Brother Esports BGMI Invitational Season 2 Week 2 is one of the most recent events to take place featuring 27 of the best teams from across the country which concluded on 27th Jan after five days of intense action.

Once again it was TSM who dominated the competition, scoring a total of 285 points including 147 finishes and 138 placement points to walk away as the champion, followed by Global Esports (GE) and Team SouL taking a distant second and third position respectively.

TSM crowned as the champions of Big Brother Esports BGMI Invitational Season 2 Week 2

Global Esports, the champion of Big Brother Esports BGMI Invitational Season 2 Week 1 was unable to defend its throne in Week 2 of the tournament which took place from 22nd to 27th January, conceding the first place finish to TSM who had placed third in Week 1.

The team worked on its weak points and delivered consistently strong performances this time around, securing the championship title on the back of two victories that enabled it to score a total of 285 points.

Unfortunately, GE and SouL could not keep up with the chase and finished with a total of 224 and 208 points respectively, despite winning three matches each.

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The point difference was quite significant between the top two teams, 61 points between TSM and GE, but only 16 points between SouL and GE. This goes to show how dominant TSM was, acing both finishes and placement departments.

A major contribution to the effort was made by TSM's star player, Shubham "NinjaJOD" Sahoo, who secured a total of 55 finishes which is 37.5% of all the frags taken by the team.

This performance resulted in him walking away as the MVP of this tournament, followed by his teammate Dreams who took 47 kills, the duo propelling TSM ahead to finish on top with a mammoth lead.

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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.

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