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Gods Reign Defeats Revenant Esports to Win Pokemon Unite India Open 2022

The biggest Pokémon Unite tournament to be held in India, the Pokémon Unite India Open 2022, organized by SkySports.

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By Shubham Dalal | Dec 26, 2022 | 3 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

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The biggest Pokémon Unite tournament to be held in India, the Pokémon Unite India Open 2022, organized by SkySports, concluded with the lifting of the Gods Rain trophy in front of a live audience in Goregaon, Mumbai.After nearly two months of Pokémon Unite action, the grassroots tournament, which gave aspiring players a chance to go up against some of the best teams from across India, has come to an end after an exciting playoff stage.If you need more information about Gods Reign Defeats Revenant Esports to Win Pokemon Unite India Open 2022 then read carefully and don’t forget to share with your friends.

Gods Reign Defeats Revenant Esports to Win Pokemon Unite India Open 2022 :

A total of 14 teams started in the National Playoff stage, only four teams managed to qualify for the National Finals, which took place on 24 December in Mumbai as part of the Skysports Championship 4.0 over LAN.The best-of-seven grand final clash almost went the distance, ending with a ‘4-2’ scoreline in favor of God’s Rain, who had to put up a tough fight against a challenging Revenant Esports.

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The Huge event with a total prize pool of INR 22,50,000 ($27,165 USD) was divided into four main stages – Zonal Qualifiers, Zonal Finals, National Playoffs and National Finals, balancing new teams with a chance to showcase their skills found. Without compromising on the overall competitive prowess of this tournament.The National Playoff was the stage where teams from six different regions joined hands with eight directly invited teams. A hard-fought battle ensued as the teams faced each other in this round-robin group stage, where each match was a best-of-five series.

A total of eight teams, four from each group, qualified for the national playoff stage, going head-to-head in a double-elimination bracket with the top four teams scheduled to compete at the LAN in Mumbai.Gods Reign, Revenant Esports, Marcos Gaming, and S8UL Esports were greeted with thunderous applause from the live audience present at the venue to see all the action live on stage.

The final day’s action began with the Upper Bracket Finals, where Gods Reign moved into the Lower Bracket and Revenant Esports became the first team to qualify for the Grand Finals.It’s not easy being a crowd favorite, but S8UL handled all the added pressure brilliantly, winning the lower bracket semi-finals with a clean sweep against Marcos Gaming. However, this victory celebration was short lived as God’s Rain defeated them ‘3-2’ in the lower bracket finals, setting up a revenge against Revenant Esports.

This time the reign of God was in better control of the situation and executed his plan more efficiently. It was still an uphill battle with Revenant Esports unwilling to give an inch, but the players kept their cool, taking it one game at a time and emerging victorious with a ‘4-2’ series scoreline.

Gods Reign ended the year with this win, becoming India’s top Pokémon Unite team after this win. They are going into 2023 more confident than ever and looking to build on the momentum.They have already managed to qualify for the upcoming Pokémon Unite Asia Champions League 2023 along with four other teams including Revenant Esports. It will be interesting to see how Indian teams fare against international teams next year.

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