Team Mayhem and Force One emerge victorious at the Call of Duty: Mobile India Challenge

Team Mayhem and Force One emerge victorious at the Call of Duty: Mobile India Challenge

India's first ever standalone Call of Duty tournament: Call of Duty Mobile India Challenge has finally come to an end. In the tournament, Team Mayhem and Force One have been crowned as the 5v5 Champions and the Battle Royale Champions respectively.

The Call of Duty Mobile India Challenge is an integral part of the Airtel India Esports Tour and has now crowned the first COD Mobile Champions of India. Both teams will take home Rs. 1,25,000 out of the Rs. 7,25,000 prize pool.

Call of Duty: Mobile India Challenge 5v5

The 5V5 multiplayer best of five grand finals witnessed two of the most prominent teams of the country: Team Mayhem and GodLike Esports, lock horns to secure the title. Here's a quick overview:

Match 1: The first match of the day, played on Crossfire, was a close call. Team Mayhem acquired great momentum and had a lead of 100 kills. GodLike's firepower started kicking in as they made an insane comeback to match the scorelines. However, GodLike lost their momentum and the first match was bagged by Team Mayhem 150-131.

Match 2: The second match of the day, played on Summit, was a one sided affair. GodLike dominated Mayhem completely as GodLike wrapped up the match in less than in a minute, with a scoreline of 21-150.

Match 3: The third match of the day, played on Firing Range, was a balanced affair. Team Mayhem was off to a good start as they acquired a lead of 70 kills. The odds were in the favour of Mayhem however GodLike staged an insane comeback from just 20 kills to 150 kills without giving away a single kill to Mayhem.

Match 4: The fourth match of the day, played on StandOff, was a one sided affair. Team GodLike was off to a good start however Mayhem's aggression started kicking in and they were stacking kills like a beast, without giving away a single kill to GodLike and reached the 150 kill mark in a matter of one minute, with a scoreline of 150-24.

Match 5: The fifth and the last match of the day that would decide the winner was played on CrossFire and was a close affair. Team Mayhem was off to a good start as they did not let GodLike score any kills. GodLike's firepower slowly started kicking. However, Mayhem did not give up and made great use of their aggressive gameplay and bagged the deciding game 150-76.

Burnz from Team Mayhem was crowned the MVP of the grand finals after scoring 58 Kills, 44 Deaths and 16 Assists.

Call of Duty: Mobile India Challenge Battle Royale

Force One bagged the #1 spot on the overall standings as they won 3 of the 5 matches played staging dominating performances and scoring 63 kills and 120 points.

The #2 spot was bagged by Team Revolution with a score of 42 kills and 86 points.

The #3 spot was bagged by Blind Esports with a score of 44 kills and 61 points.

1nsanity from Force One was crowned MVP of the Battle Royale grand finals.

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