BGMI Thug Invitational Season 5: Global Esports Wins Tournament and a Rs 4 Lakh Prize Money

Global Esports emerged as the Champions of Thug Invitational Season 5 and bagged Rs. 4 lakh prize money. Enigma Gaming and Chemin Esports finished in Second and third spots respectively.


BGMI Thug Invitational Season 5 Finals Day 4 had concluded which marked the end of this event on Wednesday. The League stage was played by 32 invited teams and a set of top 16 teams were advanced to the four-day-long Finals of the event. A total of 6 matches were played on four match days and this event features a prize pool of Rs 8 lakh Prize Pool.

At the end of Day 4, it was Global Esports who crowned the Champions of Thug Invitational Season 5 as they came on to the top of the points table with 290 points (138 finishes). Global Esports, Team XO, and Enigma Gaming were the top 3 teams on each matchday of the Finals and GE came out to be the champions on the final day. The team bagged the ultimate Championship title and Rs. 4 lakh prize money.

Enigma Gaming and Chemin Esports ended up in the second and third positions with 260 points each. Enigma had four CDs while CE had three which brought Enigma Rs. 2 lakh prize money. Fan Favorite teams XO finished in the fourth position while Soul finished in 7th position.

Thug Invitational S5 Finals Teams

BGMI Thug Invitational Season 5
Map Schedule for Day 4 (Image via Thugwa, LOCO)
  • 7SEA Esports
  • Chemin Esports
  • Enigma Gaming
  • Entity Gaming
  • Global Esports
  • Godlike Esports
  • Mayhem
  • OR Esports
  • Orangutan Gaming
  • Reckoning Esports
  • Revenge Esports
  • Team INS
  • Soul
  • XO
  • X Spark
  • Walkouts

The Finals Day 4 also implemented two Vikendi maps to increase the competition level of the event. This step was taken after BGMI replaced Sanhok with Vikendi in BMPS Season 1 League Stage Week 2.

BGMI Thug Invitational Season 5 Finals Day 4 Overall Standings

BGMI Thug Invitational Season 5
Image via Thugwa, LOCO

Global Esports kicks the day off with their Chicken Dinner in the First match with 9 finishes which was played on Miramar. Mayhem finished at the second spot with 10 finishes.

Image via Thugwa, LOCO

The second match was played on Vikendi Map and it was won by Team Chemin Esports with 13 finishes eliminating Team XO who secured 7 finishes. Delta PG from CE alone took 8 kills.

Chemin Esports again took a chicken dinner in the third match of the day with 10 finishes. OR Esports was eliminated at the second position with 11 finishes.

Team Entity emerged victorious in the fourth match which was played on Vikendi with 8 finishes. OR Esports eliminated at the second position with 8 finishes while Godlike Esports eliminated at the third spot with 9 finishes.

Team Global Esports again snatched the win in the fifth match with a massive total of 16 kills under their name. Mayhem secured the second spot on the list with 7 finishes.

Team Entity Gaming secured the win in the last and final match of the Finals with 11 finishes while Chemin Esports was eliminated at the #2 spot with 3 kills.

Top Fraggers

  1. Troyee (Entity Gaming) – 44 finishes
  2. Joker (Global Esports) – 43 finishes
  3. Manya (Global Esports) – 42 finishes
  4. Delta PG (Chemin Esports) – 39 finishes
  5. Eggy (Enigma Gaming) – 38 finishes
  6. AKop (Orangutan Gmaing) – 34 finishes
  7. Nakul (Global Esports) – 34 finishes
  8. Akshat (Soul) – 32 finishes

Prize Pool Distribution

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Rs. 8 Lakh Prize pool is spread among the teams and players as seen below:

  • 1st place: Global Esports – Rs. 4 lakh
  • 2nd place: Enigma Gaming – Rs. 2 lakh
  • 3rd place: Chemin Esports – Rs. 1 lakh
  • 4th place: Team XO – Rs. 50,000
  • MVP: Enigma Eggy – Rs. 50,000