BMOC 2022: The BGMI Teams’ Grind Start Date Has Been Disclosed.

BMOC 2022

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The approaching BMOC 2022 has sparked a lot of excitement among the BGMI gaming community’s players and supporters. It will also be the inaugural competition of the BGMI esports season in 2022.

Following the huge success of BGIS 2021, Krafton had already revealed the Battlegrounds Mobile India esports tournament’s roadmap for 2022. There will be four official tournaments over the season, with a total prize pool of Rs. 6 crores.

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The start of BMOC: The Grind has also been confirmed by Krafton. The Grind will see 32 invited teams compete amongst themselves to prepare for the main tournament, the same as they did before BGIS 2021.

When will Indian BGMI esports athletes be able to participate in BMOC 2022: The Grind?

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The Battlegrounds Mobile Open Challenge 2022 registration period began on March 14 and ended yesterday. Since the website went into maintenance on March 27 due to a large rise in traffic, registrations have been extended for one day.

After the registration deadline passed, gamers all throughout the country were left wondering when the competition would begin. They didn’t have to wait long, though.

Krafton Inc. announced the start of The Grind on the official Battlegrounds Mobile India Instagram account earlier today. According to the introduction video, BMOC: The Grind will commence on March 31.

This means that after The Grind, the main competition will begin within a week. The developers, on the other hand, have made no public announcement about the start of the main event.

Format BMOC 2022:

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In-game qualifiers:

Thousands of registered teams will compete in classic in-game battles on several maps throughout the tournament’s first stage.

Round 1:

The top 512 teams from the In-game Qualifiers will advance to Round 1, which will kick off the real tournament.

Round 2:

The Battlegrounds Mobile Open Challenge 2022’s penultimate rounds will see 256 qualified teams from the previous round compete for a spot in the final round of the event.

Round 3:

The top 64 teams from Round 3 will advance to the final stage, where they will compete in dramatic matchups over the course of a few days. Only the best 24 teams, however, will be invited to compete in the Battlegrounds Mobile Pro Series’ inaugural season (BMPS).

The schedule has been set up in such a way that if the Battlegrounds Mobile Open Challenge’s 24 qualifying teams make it to the BMPS finals, they will be guaranteed a spot in additional unofficial competitions as well.

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