The BenQ Zowie eXTREMESLAND 2018 India Online Qualifiers have come to an end and Team God Particles are the winners. The Indian Finals are scheduled to be held from 6th to 9th September 2018, and the winning team for the Indian Finals will be representing India in the eXTREMESLAND 2018 CS:GO Tournament. The finals and offline qualifiers will be played on the BenQ Zowie XL2456 240Hz DyAc™ Monitor – which greatly benefits the players, helping them play CS:GO at their prime.
Team God Particles defeat Team JHS and win the eXTREMESLAND 2018 India Qualifiers
The tournament began with God Particles being up against Team JHS, in the best of three tournament format. Team JHS banned Dust II & Cache while Team God Particles banned Train & Nuke. The finals map selected were Mirage, Inferno and Overpass.
The first match was played on the Mirage, where Team God Particles won, defeating Team JHS in a close 16-14. Both teams played really well and the match was very intense. They went on to play the second match which was played on Inferno and Team God Particles absolutely dominated here winning the game and defeating Team JHS with a final score of 16-8. Watch it all here –
Final Verdict & What’s next
Winners for the Direct Invite Qualifiers were Team OpTic India and Team Entity. They both gained 2 spots at the India LAN Finals, scheduled to be held from 6th September to 9th September. We have the offline qualifiers lined up now. Here, teams will be competing against each other in four cities – Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bhubaneshwar and Jaipur. The winners of the offline qualifiers and the online qualifiers will then compete in the decider qualifiers, where the top 2 winning teams will make it to the India LAN Finals.
In the Indian LAN Finals, the final two teams from the decider qualifiers will be up against the top 2 Direct Invite Qualifier winning teams – Team OpTic India and Team Entity. These final four teams will battle it out and the final winner will represent India in the finals of the BenQ Zowie eXTREMESLAND 2018 CS:GO Tournament, which will be held in Shanghai, China.
The Indian Qualifiers have been very exciting until now. There’s way more to come, so stay tuned for updates. Did you watch the Online Qualifiers? What were your favourite moments? Let’s talk in the comments.
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