Krafton has just revealed a brand new tournament called Battlegrounds Mobile India Series 2021 (BGIS 2021). It is the first tournament for the Indian PUBG Mobile/BGMI esports scene after more than a year. It is going to restart the esports scene for the game, which had been put on hiatus since the ban of PUBG Mobile. In this article, we are going to list out everything you need to know about Battlegrounds Mobile India Series 2021.

Battlegrounds Mobile India Series 2021
Battlegrounds Mobile India Series 2021 is finally back.

1. BGIS 2021 Details and Prize Pool

Battlegrounds Mobile India Series 2021 is the successor of PUBG Mobile India Series, the biggest Indian PUBGM tournament prior to the nationwide ban. It will be conducted using a new anti-cheat system from the 1.7 updates, ensure fair play for all competitors. The tournament was previously scheduled for September this year but was delayed to December.

According to BGMI officials, the last date for BGIS registration across the country is November 28. Furthermore, BGIS 2021 will have a total prize pool of ₹1,00,00,000 ($134k). The prize distribution is still unclear at the time of writing this post, however.

To register for the tournament, players only need to go to the Esport section of BGMI's home page and follow the steps.

registration for BGIS
Registration for BGIS can be done on mobile easily.

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2. Battlegrounds Mobile India Series 2021 schedule

The BGIS 2021 tournament will be divided into 5 stages. Below is the complete schedule for all of them:

In-game Qualifiers December 4, 2021 to December 8, 2021 Open for all
Online Qualifiers December 16, 2021 to December 30, 2021 1024 teams
Quarter-Finals January 2, 2022 to January 5, 2022 64 teams
Semi-Finals January 7, 2022 to January 10, 2022 24 teams
Grand Finals January 13, 2022 to January 16, 2022 16 teams

32 teams will be directly invited to the Online Qualifier by Krafton, skipping the in-game qualifier rounds. It is still unclear which teams are going to be invited, as a lot of big names in the BGMI scene have disbanded or without an organization.

Old PUBG Mobile rosters are almost non-existent now - most of them are gone, from the legendary TSM Entity to GodLike and Fnatic. The ban has definitely hit the Esports scene hard.

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