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Battlegrounds Mobile India Series 2021: Prize, Qualifier Schedule and Awards



Battlegrounds Mobile India Series 2021

Krafton has officially launched the first-ever Battlegrounds Mobile India Series 2021 after the grand entry in India. Encouraging the Indian player as well promoting the game the Battleground with this entire series.

This three-month tournament is bringing the opportunity for players to showcase their combat skills and win the grand prize of INR 1,00,00,000. A week after, this grand series will come into action, giving us many moments that will be marked in the BGMI memoir.

The whole tournament series has a total of five stages to reach the grand finale and determine the preeminent Battlegrounds Mobile series 2021 champion. From numerous teams to the top 16, players have a long way to achieve the win.

Here in this article, you can get all of the information regarding the Battlegrounds Mobile India Series 2021.

Tournament Schedule:

This three-month tournament will inaugurate on the 2nd of August, 2021 in India and will be concluded on the 10th of October.

Check below to know the qualifier schedule and the maps where the teams will clash with each other.

  • 2 Aug – 8 August: In-Game Qualifiers, 1024 Teams will be qualify
  • 17 Aug – 12 September: Online Qualifiers, 64 Teams will be qualified
  • 16 Sept – 26 September: Quarter Finals, 24 Teams will be qualified
  • 30 Sept – 3 October: Semi-Finals, 16 Teams will be qualified
  • 7 Oct – 10 October: Grand Finals, 1 Champion will be announced

Maps: The player will fight on the following battlefield to survive during the entire series-

  • Erangel
  • Miramar
  • Sanhok

Battlegrounds Mobile India Series 2021

Qualifiers Format:

In-Game Qualifiers:

This is the first phase of the game and it will be scheduled for 2nd to 8th August 2021. Every registered squad with the platinum game stage can take part in this phase.

The squads will be given an opportunity to play 15 matches among them the utmost 10 matches will be evaluated to mark the decision. The top 1024 teams with the best gameplay will be qualified for the next round.

Online Qualifiers:

The player who passed the first phase will enter the online qualifier, which is scheduled between 17th August to 12th September. This stage is divided into three rounds that further consist of two matches in each round.

Among all six-match, many teams will be eliminated during the match, so we can call it the first elimination round. The top 64 teams, which will pass all six stages will enter the quarter-finals.


The quarter-finals are the second stage to the elimination rounds, in the process of finding the ultimate winner. From 16th September to 26th September the qualified teams will fight to enter the semi-finals.

The top 64 teams from the online qualifiers will be divided into 4 groups consisting of 16 teams in each group. All four groups will play 6 matches and the top 4 teams from each group (16 teams) will be directly entering the semi-finals.

The remaining 48 teams will give a second chance to prove their gaming skills in order to reach the semi-finals. Thus, it’ll enter a special venture called loser brackets.

Losers Brackets:

The 48 teams who played the quarter-finals but won’t be able to enter the semi-final will fight here. These 48 teams will be divided into 3 groups, which will play a total of 6 matches in each. Top 3 teams from each group and 2 teams will maximum finishes, a total of 8 teams will clash in the semi-finals.


This last round of elimination and is a do-or-die situation as there is no second chance after this round. The semi-finals will be played between 30th September to 3rd October 2021. The top 16 teams from the quarter-finals and 8 teams from the loser brackets will fight for the last stage.

These 24 teams will be parted into 3 groups of 8 teams in each. The groups will face off against each other in the Round-Robin format. Furthermore, each group will play 6 Round Robins. At last, we’ll get the ultimate 16 teams who’ll fight for the crown.

Grand Finals:

The top 16 teams will fight in 20 battels between 7th to 10th October 2021 to reach the top. Every team will be eligible to get a price but the ultimate winner will get the sovereignty and mark their name in history. Besides, the players of the matches will get additional premia.

Prize Distribution:

Krafton is distributing a pool prize of INR 1 Cr (about 134,098 USD) for the players. The top 16 teams that will reach the grand final get the prizing, among them, the lions share 50 Lakhs will be given to the ultimate winner of this game. Besides, the organizing teams also appreciate the man of the match players considering different aspects. The description is mentioned below-

Top 10 Teams:

  • 1st place winner will get INR 50,00,000
  • 2nd place winner will get INR 25,00,000
  • 3rd place winner will get INR 10,00,000
  • 4th place winner will get INR 3,00,000
  • 5th place winner will get INR 2,00,000
  • 6th place winner will get INR 1,50,000
  • 7th place winner will get INR 1,00,000
  • 8th place winner will get INR 90,000
  • 9th place winner will get INR 80,000
  • 10th place winner will get INR 70,000

Place 11th To 16th:

  • 11th place winner will get INR 60,000
  • 12th place winner will get INR 50,000
  • 13th place winner will get INR 40,000
  • 14th place winner will get INR 30,000
  • 15th place winner will get INR 20,000
  • 16th place winner will get INR 10,000

Players Awards:

This category is organized to appreciate the playing skills of the individuals. It will cover the tournament MVP, longest survival time, highest finishes, and the player with the maximum number of revives. The players with these outstanding achievements will receive the following rewards:

  1. Most Valuable Player: INR 1,00,000
  2. The Lone Ranger: INR 50,000
  3. The Rampage Freak: INR 50,000
  4. The Most Finished By a Squad: INR 50,000
  5. The Redeemer: INR 50,000

Battlegrounds Mobile India Series 2021 is surely an interesting and exciting event that no BGMI player wants to miss and we’ll keep you posted on this matter.

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