ESports Premier League (ESPL) 2021 Level 1 Group D Day 2 concludes
A total of 22 teams will qualify for the ESPL 2021 Level 2 stage which is scheduled to be held from 1st to 8th August 2021. Here are the results for the second day of Level 1 Group D here.
ESports Premier League 2021 saw the completion of its day 2 of the Level 1 Group D stage. A total of 12 matches were played on the second day of the Level 1 Group D stage. ESPL 2021 is a franchise-based league announced by India Today Gaming, the gaming, and Esports division of India Today Group. The tournament features a massive prize pool of Rs 25,00,000 distributed among the top 8 teams in the grand finals scheduled to be held on 29th August 2021.
The Level 1 Group stages started on 16th June 2021 with the amateur and semi-professional teams based in India. A total of 22 teams will qualify for the ESPL 2021 Level 2 stage which is scheduled to be held from 1st to 8th August 2021. The top 88 teams from four group stages will be joined by 8 invited in the level 2 stage. With all the matches concluded for the day, we have our top teams with us. We have mentioned below the best five matches which had some intense gameplay and great finishes.
Royal Rusher took the first Booyah of the day and topped the table with 52 points including 22 kills. Dragon4 took the second spot in the leader boards followed by Shikari Army in the third spot. DR1M50 was won by The Royals with a total of 40 points. Team Kauwaa finished at the second spot with 25 points.
The third match of the day was played in Bermuda. The Booyah in this game was won by Team Frozen with 46 total points. Not the Face finished in the second spot with 30 points. DR1M52 was won by Bot Domination with 42 kills. Non Stop Gaming finished at the second spot with 38 points. 1007 officials took the Booyah in the DR1M53 round. The team secured a total of 28 kills and 58 total points.
Where to watch ESPL 2021 group stage matches
ESPL 2021 group stage matches will be live-streamed so that players and fans could watch their favorite teams compete in the league. You can watch the live streams for the matches in six languages including Hindi, English, Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, and Bengali. The live stream broadcasts will be available on the YouTube and Facebook channels of India Today Gaming along with India Today and AajTak. Here is the link to the official channel.