ESPL 2021 Level 3 Day 2 starts, here is how and where to watch the matches
The ESPL 2021 level 3 is played in Clash Squad mode where each team will compete in a best of 5 series. Let's check how one can catch the matches happening on Day 2 here including the streaming links.
With the commencement of the most awaited stage of ESports Premier League 2021. The fans are excited to see their favorite teams compete against each other in Clash Squad mode. The ESPL 2021 Level 3 stage features the top 8 teams that qualified through the Level 2 stage. ESPL 2021 is a franchise-based league announced by India Today Gaming. It is a multi-city tournament that will run over a period of two months. It will comprise more than 700 online matches with more than 300 hours of gaming content. The finals of ESPL 2021 are scheduled to be held on 29th August 2021.
ESPL 2021 Format
ESports Premier League 2021 is divided into 4 phases. Phase 1 featured amateur and semi-professional teams across the country which competed against each other to finish in the top 22 teams from each group. A total of 88 teams qualified for phase 2 who were joined with the 8 invited teams. These teams competed in the level 2 phase out of which the top 8 teams made it through the Level 3 stage.
The ESPL 2021 level 3 stage will be played in Clash Squad mode where each team will compete with its rivals in a best of 5 series. At the end of each day, all teams will be placed in the overall standings on the basis of their wins.
Day 2 Matches
The Day 2 Level 3 matches will be played in a best of 5 series on Bermuda, Kalahari, Bermuda, Kalahari and Bermuda maps. Let's take a look at the ESPL 2021 Day 2 schedule:
- L3M5 - Mumbai Marshals vs Hyderabad Hydras (4:00 PM)
- L3M6 - Kolkata Kaijus vs Rajasthan Reapers (5:30 PM)
- L3M7 - Punjab Paladins vs Delhi Dukes (7:00 PM)
- L3M8 - Bangalore Ballistics vs Chennai Celestials (8:30)
How to watch ESPL 2021 Level 3 matches
ESPL 2021 Level 3 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 YouTube channel.