- Skyesports, gaming arm of Jet Synthesis has announced Skyesports Championship 5.0.
- The tournament boasts a massive prize pool of Rs 2.12 crores.
- Skyesports Championship 5.0 Finals will be held as a LAN event, whose tickets are sold for free.
Battlegrounds Mobile India, popularly known as BGMI, its esports is getting bigger with each day. New teams making their way into the community with multiple tournaments with hefty prize pools taking place everyday. Skyesports, one of the leading esports tournament organizers in South Asia, are gearing up to host the fifth annual edition of Skyesports Championship 5.0.
Skyesports Championship 5.0, is going to be the biggest esports event in terms of its prize pool. Additionally, Skyesports Championship 5.0 features three titles including BGMI, Counter Strike 2, and Real Cricket 22. The competition is set to take in multiple phases with the finals culminating with a LAN event from November 1 to 5.
Skyesports Championship 5.0 BGMI Qualifiers Registrations Announced: Here is the Format
Skyesports Championship 5.0 #PathToPro is here!
Top four teams from the Open-For-All Qualifiers will get the opportunity to fight against 20 invited teams in the Quarter Finals.
After fighting through Quarter Finals and Semi-Finals, the top 12 teams will meet the four invited… pic.twitter.com/0FR99WLp4A
— Skyesports (@skyesportsindia) October 10, 2023
Skyesports has opened up registrations for open-for-all qualifiers for BGMI. The registrations went live on October 10 at 10 AM and closed by 5 PM yesterday. The slots for the qualifiers were limited to 1000 and the registration phase completed as the slots were filled. The qualifiers have begun today with the registered teams.
A total of 1000 registered teams will be split into groups of 50 in the open-for-all qualifiers which are set to take place in multiple rounds like Quarter Finals and Semi-Finals. Out of these rounds, only 12 top teams from the Semi-Finals will advance for the Grand Finals. Skyesports Champions 5.0 Finals will be held in Koramangala Indoor Stadium, Bangalore.
The twelve qualified teams will be joining four invited teams in BGMI LAN finale which are mentioned below:
- GodLike Esports: Defending Skyesports Championship BGMI Winners
- Big Brothers Esports: Champions of the Skyesports Skirmish Series 2023
- Soul Esports and Blind Esports: Top 2 teams of the Skyesports Champions Series (SCS) 2023
Skyesports Championship 5.0 Grand Finale features a staggering prize pool of Rs 2.12 crores, grassroots qualifying, and some esports action. Furthermore, AMD, an expert in high-performance graphics, computing, and visualisation technologies, is powering the Skyesports Championship 5.0. The event, which spans PC and mobile gaming and includes gamers from India, South Asia, and the Middle East, gives a perfect chance to demonstrate AMD’s graphics capability.
🚨Exciting Update! We're thrilled to announce that the BGIS winning team will earn an exclusive spot in the Skyesports Championship 5.0 finals 🏆, a tribute to their excellence and a gateway to an extraordinary journey 💪 within the Skyesports Championship 5.0 #PathToPro! 🌟💫… pic.twitter.com/8cEn3xS6dT
— Skyesports (@skyesportsindia) October 11, 2023
Earlier today, Skyesports has announced that the champions of BGIS 2023 will also get a direct invited slot at Skyesports Championship 5.0.
Where to Watch?
Brace yourselves for the most electrifying esports tournament IP of the year as the countdown begins for Skyesports Championship 5.0 🏆 & it's going to be EPIC! 💥
What began with a 3L prize pool in 2019 has now soared to an astonishing 2.12Cr! 🔝💰
The battleground?… pic.twitter.com/JzulYWLVgQ
— Skyesports (@skyesportsindia) October 9, 2023
Loco, one of the global leading independent esports and live streaming platforms, will Live stream the tournament. It has teamed with Skyesports Championship in order to provide fans across India with the finest watching experience possible. The competition will be televised live on Loco in many languages, including English, Hindi, and Tamil, ensuring that fans from every part of the country can immerse themselves in the action.
Skyesports Championship started off in 2019 with Rs 3 lakhs prize pool and with this year’s edition, the prize pool has been increased by 70 times compared to the first tournament. Considering the event’s prize pool of Rs 2.1 Cr, this event is the biggest tournament in the Indian history.