ESPL 2021 Level 2 Day 2: Total Gaming eSports Advance To Level 3 Stage

Each team will play 8 maps and every map finish will award certain points. Here are the details for the matches that happened on the ESPL 2021 Level 2 Day 2.

The second day of the Level 2 Stage of the ESports Premier League 2021 commenced today with two of India’s finest Free Fire teams, Teams Elite and Total Gaming eSports battling each other to secure a spot in the top 8 teams moving to the Level 3 stage starting from 16th August 2021.

ESPL 2021 is India’s first and biggest Pan-India Free Fire tournament 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.

Level 2 Format

A total of 88 teams from Level 1 qualifiers advanced to the Level 2 stage. Here they were joined by 8 invited teams for a total of 96 teams competing in the Level 2 stage. The teams were further divided into 8 groups with each group consisting of one invited team and 11 teams from Level 1 qualifiers.

Each team will play 8 maps and every map finish will award certain points. A points table will be created consisting of points from each map and after the game is over, the team with the most points (in case of a tie, the team with the highest kills) will advance onto the Level 3 stage. A total of 8 Bo8 games will be played throughout the Level 2 stage and only the top team from each group will advance to the Level 3 stage.

ESPL 2021 Level 2 Day 2 results

Total Gaming eSports topped the overall standings comfortably with a total of 287 points. The team scored a massive 134 kill points and 153 rank points. Besides getting the most kill points, the team also got the highest rank points (153). TG eSports took a total of 2 Booyah’s and finished at the top three positions in 6 out of 8 matches. Team Elite took the second spot with a respectable total of 194 points followed by Team Bad Intention at 3rd place with 173 points.

Participating Teams:

Total Gaming, Team Elite, Pkb46, Royal Encounter, Hastag, Bad-intention, Riots' Play, Arrow_rocks, Unc, Tgb Singam, Pvs Gaming, 4 Hunters

How to watch ESPL 2021 matches

ESPL 2021 Level 2 stage matches will be live-streamed on various platforms including Disney+Hotstar and Youtube. 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 Official YouTube and Facebook channels of India Today Gaming along with India Today and AajTak. Here is the link to the official channels.

India Today Gaming YouTube

India Today Gaming Facebook

AajTak Website Home Page

India Today Website Home

Gaming Tak YouTube