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ESPL Season 2: GOG Esports and Dragon Esports have qualified for the Grand Finals

Teams ranked 3rd to 10th will head to Last Chance Qualifiers where they'll get to make it to ESPL Season 2 again.

We finally have our ESPL Season 2 Open qualifier winners! GOG Esports and Dragon Esports have won the open qualifiers and will head straight for the ESPL Season 2 LAN event. Up next, Loco will be broadcasting the Invitational qualifiers where top BGMI teams from India will compete against each other to join these two underdogs for the Grand Finals. Here’s how to watch the ESPL Season 2 live.

GOG Esports and Dragon Esports qualify for ESPL Season 2

ESports Premier League Season 2 open qualifiers saw aspiring teams compete to make it to the big stage. In the end, GOG Esports and Dragon Esports finished at the top to qualify for ESPL Season 2. GOG Esports topped the leaderboard with a win, 52 eliminations, and 90 place points which totaled 142 points. Dragon Esports scored 130 points through 70 squad eliminations and 60 place points.

Teams ranked 3rd to 10th will now head to Last Chance Qualifiers where they’ll get one more chance to make it to ESPL Season 2. Vritra Esports, Doom Slugs 2.0, No Recoil, Gravity Esports, 4KING, Team Jordan’s, DSXBot, and ZGS Esports have qualified for LCQ.

ESPL Season 2 live stream

Loco, the exclusive digital broadcast partner, will be live streaming all ESPL Season 2 games on their website and app. ESPL Season 2 will be live-streamed in both English and Hindi. Fans can also watch ESPL Season 2 live on India Today Gaming’s Facebook page.

Tecno Pova 3, packed with an Helio G88 chipset, 7000mAh battery, and 50MP triple camera is now available in India. The phone also features up to 11GB RAM (6GB + 5GB Virtual RAM) and up to 128GB storage. Tecno Mobile is the presenting sponsor for ESPL Season 2.