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BGMI Master Series Week 2 Finals Qualified Team Names and Schedule Revealed

BGMI Master Series Week 2 Finals Qualified Team Names and Schedule Revealed

BGMI Master Series Week 2 Finals: On June 30, at 11 p.m., the second week’s qualifiers for the BGMI Master Series came to a close. Each of the 24 teams played eight matches, and the top 16 advanced to the weekly finals while the other eight teams were left waiting for the following qualification week.
The finals, which will feature 12 matches, will run from July 1–3, 8:00–11:30 IST.
bgmi master series week 2 finals qualified teams list
24 teams were split into three groups and participated in a round-robin format throughout the course of the four-day Qualifiers. Popular teams left the week early as a result of several of their bad results.

Qualified teams for the weekly Finals BGMI Master Series

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  1.  Orangutan
  2.  8 Bit
  3.  Team XO
  4.  Enigma Gaming
  5.  OR Esports
  6.  Revenant Esports
  7.  BLIND
  8.  Team SOUL
  9.  Marcos Gaming
  10. Team Insane Esports
  11.  Chemin Esports
  12.  Skylightz Gaming
  13.  Rivalry Esports
  14. Godlike Esports
  15. Team XSpark
  16. Nigma Galaxy
With 66 points, fan favourite team Soul also qualified comfortably, while Skylightz, who had the lead after the first week, had some difficulties but ultimately made it. Additionally, two additional well-known teams that were having trouble gaining momentum, GodLike and Team XSpark, made it to the weekly finals. Just one point separated FS Esports from 16th-place Nigma Galaxy at the finish line.
The weekly finals will be a significant challenge for every club because only the points they score there will count toward their overall league points.
Bottom eight team in BGMI Masters Week 2 Qualifiers
The previous LAN event champion, TSM, was unable to advance to the weekly finals. They endured a terrible stretch during which they could only score 29 points, placing them at the bottom of the standings.
With 32 points, Global Esports dropped out of form and fell to second-to-last. Veteran teams Forever Enigma, 7Sea, and Hyderabad Hydra did not make it to the weekly finals along with Hydra Esports.
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