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Battleground Mobile India (BGMI) saw 64 colleges vie for Rs 3 lakh prize money

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Posted on 11 Jun 2022
12:07 PM
 Glance Live Fest had over 6,00,000 viewers.

Glance Live Fest had over 6,00,000 viewers. Source: Shutterstock

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BMS College of Engineering from Bengaluru emerged as the winning team, the runner-up was Tirpude College from Nagpur, and the third place went to Charuchandra College from Kolkata
Glance Live Fest (GLF) showcased 80 exciting shows

Fashion, gaming, cricket, music and entertainment — it was all there at Glance Live Fest, India’s first live, interactive festival organised by Glance, the lock screen platform.

Glance Live Fest (GLF) showcased 80 exciting shows and brought together the country’s biggest celebrities, creators and influencers, and consumers on the lock screen to engage.

Glance College Battlegrounds Season 1 was a three-day tournament that enabled passionate college gamers across India to battle it out in an online multiplayer battle game – Battleground Mobile India (BGMI) — and compete for a total prize of Rs 2 lakh. About 64 colleges participated in the event and BMS College of Engineering, Bengaluru, emerged as the winning team. The runner-up was Tirpude College from Nagpur and the third place went to Charuchandra College from Kolkata.

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The competition had several league games and the final three rounds were shown live during GLF. The show was hosted by popular casters Bhawna Shokeen aka Robinshadow47 and Mannu Karki aka Krat, both of whom analysed every game in terms of skill, strategy and battle tactics, keeping the audience on the edge of their seats.

Glance College Battlegrounds saw nail-biting matches played between the colleges with the winner emerging only after the last match.

Last updated on 11 Jun 2022
12:07 PM
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