Team Soul in PMWI 2022: BMPS Season 1 Winner confirmed for PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2022

Team Soul in PMWI 2022: Battlegrounds Mobile India Pro Series Season 1 was the biggest BGMI tournament featuring a massive prize pool of…

Team Soul in PMWI 2022: BMPS Season 1 Winner confirmed for PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2022
Team Soul in PMWI 2022 (Image via Tencent/Krafton)

Team Soul in PMWI 2022: Battlegrounds Mobile India Pro Series Season 1 was the biggest BGMI tournament featuring a massive prize pool of 2 crore INR. Team Soul produced power-packed performances to clinch the title in the inaugural edition of the Battlegrounds Mobile India Pro Series (BMPS). Earlier today, the official Instagram handle of PUBG Mobile Esports reshared a story by Stalwart Esports confirming Team Soul’s participation in PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2022. Let’s check out the detailed information on it. For future updates on Battlegrounds Mobile India follow InsideSport.IN

Team Soul in PMWI 2022: BMPS Season 1 Winner confirmed for PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2022
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PUBG Mobile Esports already announced the PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2022 which will take place in August 2022. PMWI 2022 is one of the biggest PUBGM Esports events featuring top invited teams around the world. Officials already confirmed a few invites for the event which include Regans Gaming (China), Donuts USG (Japan), and Damwon Gaming (Korea). As per leaks the event will take place in Saudi Arabia with an offline format.

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Team Soul in PMWI 2022: BMPS Season 1 Winner confirmed for PUBG Mobile World Invitational 2022

BMPS Season 1 Winner: With a dominating show during the four-day Grand Finals, which witnessed a high-voltage competition and nail-biting action, Team Soul clearly stamped their authority and secured the title in style with 335 points—85 more than the second-ranked team, OR Esports which managed to get only 250 points from 24 matches in the Grand Finals.

Alongside the prestigious title, Team Soul also took home the winning prize money of INR 75 lakhs, from a prize pool of INR 2 crore. Led by Sahil Jhakar (Soul Omega), a strong team, comprising of the country’s other popular BGMI athletes including supporter Sohail Shaikh (Soul Hector), assaulters Akshat Goel (Soul Akshat), and Harsh Paudwal (Soul Goblin), exhibited brilliant gameplay, showcasing spectacular skills and coordination. The team was coached by Amit Dubey (Soul Amit) and Aman Jain (Soul Aman).

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