Streaming giant Loco and NODWIN Gaming have announced an exciting new BGMI event dubbed the All-Stars Invitational‘. It is the first offline event to be held in the history of BGMI Esports. It is set to be held in Delhi between April 26-and 28. After all the online tournaments that have been saved, this will be an oasis of calm and could spark fans’ enthusiasm.
Invited teams in the BGMI LAN event
The most recent LAN event for mobile esports on the Indian shores of India included that of the PUBG Mobile All-Stars (PMAS) in 2019, with an overall prize pool of 50 lakhs which Fnatic won. Over the years, each competition has been played online because of the COVID-19 virus.
Naturally, the teams will be looking to deliver their best performance during the tournament. Team XO, TSM, and OR Esports have been on top performance over the last few months and are hoping to maintain their winning ways.
- Team Insane
- Team X Spark
- Team XO
- Team 8Bit
- Team Forever
- Global Esports
- Skylightz Gaming
- Hyderabad Hydras
- Rivalry Esports
- 7Sea Esports
- OR Esports
- Enigma Gaming
The tournament’s offline format will put a new type of pressure on teams, so it will be interesting to determine which one will overcome this new challenge. It will be fascinating to see how the fans react to this event because it could create an example for future events.
Unfortunately, Team Soul’s Goblin suffered a medical issue during the journey to the event, resulting in the entire team being forced to pull out. In its place, Team Insane Esports has taken over Team Soul for the LAN event.
The tournament boasts a huge prize pool of 55 million INR. The event will be broadcast exclusively on LOCO starting at 05.00 midnight IST and onwards. The location for the event hasn’t yet been announced. It’s unclear what the rules are for fans to get into the venue or not.