GodLike Esports wins NODWIN Gaming’s COD Mobile India

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The Grand Finale of NODWIN Gaming’s Call Of Duty (COD) Mobile India Challenge: Multiplayer Season 1 concluded on July 3 with GodLike Esports emerging victorious as champions after beating Revenant Esports by a score of 4-0. Rishi “TrunKs” Dubey of GodL, who had 70 kills and 1548 points, was crowned the competition’s MVP.

Eight teams qualified for the playoffs through two online qualifying rounds, each round comprising 256 teams. A double-elimination format was used during the playoffs wherein all matches were played in a BO5 format, excluding the Grand Finals, which was in a BO7 format.

Call Of Duty (COD) Mobile India Challenge: Multiplayer Season 1 Playoffs Overview

From the start of the competition, GodLike Esports was consistently in great shape. They beat 7I Astro by a 3-0 scoreline and went on to defeat Enigma Gaming in the semifinal fixture by a score of 3-1, helping them advance to the upper bracket finals.

The upper bracket finals turned out to be a tough battle for GodLike Esports as they faced their arch-rivals, Team Vitality. Team Vitality came into the match after dominating the previous rounds. However, the results ended up being one-sided yet again, as GodLike prevailed with a 3-0 scoreline, whereas Vitality got relegated to the lower bracket finals.

The lower bracket finals happened to be a closely fought contest, where Revenant came out on top, thanks to Xyro, who was the MVP in the fifth and final decider match.

The Grand Finale was contested in a best of seven (Bo7) format where Godlike already had an upper hand with a point in winning the upper bracket. The team was unmatched and went on to win three consecutive matches against Revenant to claim the title.

Here’s how the scores stood during the Final fixture:

Match 1: Hacienda – Hardpoint – Godlike (250): Revenant (199)

Match 2: Summit – Search and Destroy – Godlike (7): Revenant (5)

Match 3: Slums – Control – Godlike (3): Revenant (0)

Prizepool during the COD Mobile India Challenge: Multiplayer S1

The tournament boasted a total prize pool of ₹ 15,00,000. Here’s how it was distributed amongst the winner and the teams:

1st Place (Winner): ₹ 6,00,000 – Godlike Esports

2nd Place: ₹ 3,00,000 – Revenant Esports

3rd Place: ₹ 2,00,000 – Team Vitality

4th Place: ₹ 1,50,000  – Enigma Gaming

5th Place: ₹ 75,000 – Nirvana Esports

6th Place: ₹ 75,000 – FenrirXRebirth

7th Place: ₹ 50,000 – 7I Astro

8th Place: ₹ 50,000 – Epsilon FreakQuency

The second season of the COD Mobile India Challenge is set to return soon, later this month or next month. The format is supposed to be the same, and the prize pool could be ₹ 30 lakhs. Earlier, the underdog team, KGI, was crowned champions of the India Challenge-Battle Royale mode.

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