Both Team Soul and Team X Spark, who were more seasoned squads, found it difficult to put up steady performances and finished in the bottom half of the scores.
After a thrilling end, Celsius Esports emerged as the clear winner of the Red Bull Mobile Esports Open (MEO) Season 6 BGMI finals. With an astounding 205 points, including 73 finish points, Celsius Esports took the top spot on the leaderboard, exhibiting unrelenting consistency throughout the three-day competition. After putting up a strong fight until Day 2, Orangutan faded on Day 3 and finished in second place with 170 points. Red Bull MEO Season 6 BGMI Championship: Celsius Esports Secures Victory
Gods Reign finished first with an impressive 22 points, winning the first chicken feast of the day. After a close second place finish with 21 points went to Celsius Esports. 15 points were awarded to Revenant Esports for their tactical rotations. Both Big Brother Esports and Team Infinity, meanwhile, were able to earn 13 points each. With just one point apiece, Medal Esports, Team Soul, and Team X Spark were sadly eliminated very quickly.
With 21 points, Aslaa Esports won their first chicken supper of the championship round. But even with the chicken meal, Orangutan won the game with the most points—22—than any other player. Ankit “AKop” Shukla distinguished himself as Orangutan’s standout performer, with an astounding six solo finishes. With two consecutive excellent games, Celsius Esports maintained their impressive play, earning 15 points for this round. Gods Reign and Team X Spark each received 8 points, while Enigma Gaming scored 15 points as well.
Gladiators Esports claimed a massive 28-point chicken dinner in this round. Justin “Justin” Nadar shone as the star performer for Gladiators Esports, securing 5 solo finishes. Team Infinity made a strong comeback, scoring 18 points. Celsius Esports and Aslaa Esports both secured 17 points each. Unfortunately, Team Soul and Revenant Esports were eliminated in the initial stages without contributing any points.
In this game, Global Esports triumphed by a commanding 28-point margin. The two most notable Most Valuable Players (MVP) of the match, Tanjot “Ninjaboi” Singh and Harshit “Beast,” each earned five finishes. Scores of 16 and 13, respectively, were earned by Team X Spark and Revenant Esports. Team Infinity and Gods Reign were eliminated early with 0 points, while Orangutan finished with 11 points.
In the decisive game, Celsius Esports declared themselves the clear winners with a dominant 26-point victory over Chicken Dinner. Team Soul had a remarkable comeback, earning 15 points, to take second place behind Aslaa Esports, who scored 19.
Both Team Soul and Team X Spark, who were more seasoned squads, found it difficult to put up steady performances and finished in the bottom half of the scores. Following a poor showing in this competition, Big Brother Esports, who placed second in the Battlegrounds Mobile India Series (BGIS) 2023, finished last in the standings.