Team Soul produced power-packed performances to clinch the title within the inaugural edition of the Battlegrounds Mobile India Pro Series (BMPS). With a dominating show during the four-day Grand Finals, which witnessed a high-voltage competition and nail-biting action, Team Soul stamped their authority and secured the title stylish with 335 points—85 quite the second-ranked team, OR Esports which managed to urge only 250 points from 24 matches within the Grand Finals.
Alongside the celebrated title, Team Soul also took home the winning prize of INR 75 lakhs, from a prize pool of INR 2 crore.
Led by Sahil Jhakar (Soul Omega), a robust team, comprising of the country’s other popular BGMI athletes including supporter Sohail Shaikh (Soul Hector), assaulters Akshat Goel (Soul Akshat), and Harsh Paudwal (Soul Goblin) played brilliantly, displaying incredible talent and synchronisation. Amit Dubey (Soul Amit) and Aman Jain coached the team (Soul Aman).
Team Soul’s long-awaited quest for the first-ever BGMI title came to an end with this victory. “This moment gives me a way of accomplishment and honor that our team’s diligence and commitment finally paid off. BMPS could be a marquee event within the BGMI scenario since it showcases all the titans of the Indian mobile battle royale community. This tournament was our dream. It had been a troublesome grind and eventually winning it’s a momentous achievement for all our team members. It’s the full team’s love and dedication toward the game and sheers labor which resulted in us achieving the highest spot within the Grand Finals. This is often special, given the amount of competition that we had to play to emerge because the champions. Team Soul is here now, the comeback is powerful, and that we can assure you it’s just the start,” said an elated Team Soul’s Captain Sahil Jhakar aka Soul Omega after winning the BMPS title.
Team Soul, the champions of PUBG Mobile India Series 2019, secured 335 points (166 finishes and 169 position points) including five chicken dinners. Veteran BGMI athletes Naman Mathur aka Mortal and Yash Soni aka Viper, who were substitute players, supported the team in its excellent run and played crucial roles to assist the side emerge champions.
For his impressive 71 finishes within the Grand Finals, Harsh Paudwal aka Soul Goblin was awarded the foremost Valuable Player and Rampage Freak while assaulter Akshat Goel aka Soul Akshat bagged the Lone Survivor award as Team Soul concluded their campaign with the foremost finishes (166) during the four-day grand finals.
Team Soul has won the following individual honours in BMPS:
1. Harsh Paudwal aka Soul Goblin, is the most valuable player, with a salary of Rs 2.5 lakhs.
2. Team Soul – Most Finishes – Rs 2 lakh
3. Akshat Goel alias Soul Akshat from Lone Survivors – Rs 1 lakh
4. Harsh Paudwal aka Soul Goblin – Rampage Freak – Rs 1 lakh