Numen Esports Sets Sights on Bmps 2023 With New Roster

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    As excitement builds for Battlegrounds Mobile India Pro Series (BMPS) 2023, Numen eSports has announced the new roster.

    This report came as developments in the Indian esports space, especially after teams including prominent players like Avi and Rex were recently cut from the initial lineup. The revamped team is gearing up for an exciting season and aims to dominate BMPS 2023.

    The newest roster has a blend of experience and fresh talent that promises to be competitive in the upcoming tournament. The key players retained from the original team were Savitar, Clutchgod, and Gil, with the addition of two newcomers, Shadow and Wixki. Shadow is a highly regarded In-Game Leader (IGL) known for his tenure at Godlike Esports, bringing a wealth of experience and notable accomplishments. His leadership is said to be at BMPS 2023 where he is expected to be a game changer for Numen. Hailing from Midwave Esports, his Wixxky will increase the team’s firepower and strategic depth.

    clutch godis a veteran of teams like SouL, Entity Gaming, and GodLike Esports, and continues to be a vital cog in the Numen machinery. His performance especially at BGIS 2023 The Grind contributed to the team’s success. The synergy within the team, especially after Clutchgod moves to the second lineup, will be crucial when facing tough opponents, including Clutchgod’s former team, GodLike Esports.

    BMPS 2023: Tournament of Titans

    Krafton’s announcement of BMPS 2023 with a total prize pool of Rs 1 billion has caused an uproar in the esports community. The tournament is scheduled to begin on November 22nd and conclude on December 17th, and promises intense competition among 96 teams. These teams are divided into red and blue groups, each consisting of several squads. This structure ensures a dynamic and unpredictable tournament, keeping fans in a constant state of excitement.

    Introduction to Bonus point system BMPS 2023 will further strengthen your competitiveness. To earn these points, teams must finish in the top 24 each week, so every match counts. This system benefits teams that start slow but gain momentum as the tournament progresses, guaranteeing a thrilling battle to the end.

    Uniformity of match settings

    The competitive integrity of BGMI tournaments is discussed, particularly regarding match settings for third-party tournaments. Deepak “Sensei” Negi, his IGL at Revenant Esports, recently said, highlighted this problem.

    He emphasized the need for uniform match settings throughout the tournament to ensure fairness and consistency in team performance. His call for standardized settings emphasizes the evolving nature of the sports scene, where every detail can have a huge impact on the outcome of a match.

    Crafton’s vision for esports in India

    Krafton’s efforts to boost India’s esports scene extend beyond BGMI, with plans to introduce more games and improve the esports ecosystem. BGMI’s winter update will also be released on November 28th.

    With a blend of veteran players and new talent, Numen is poised to make an impact in the tournament. The event itself is expected to become a landmark in Indian esports, with a revamped structure and the introduction of a bonus points system. As teams gear up for the challenge, fans can’t wait to see who will emerge victorious in this epic celebration of skill and strategy.


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