ESports Premier League 2021 Level 1 Group D Day 3 ends, come back for Day 4

Day 3 of the ESports Premier League (ESPL) 2021 for Level 1 Group D has come to an end. Here is the performance of all the teams taking part on the day.

India’s most famous third-party esports league is going on ‘ESports Premier League 2021’ announced by India Today Gaming. ESPL 2021 is one of the biggest franchise-based tournaments, giving teams an opportunity to compete from all over the country. 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.

ESPL 2021 is a more than two months long event divided into 4 levels. With the increase in the level, the difficulty of the league also increases. We are already halfway through the first level of ESPL 2021. The matches of Group A, B, and C have been completed, top 22 teams from each group qualified for the next level.

The Level 1 Group D stage started featuring a mix of amateur and semi-professional teams. A total of 22 teams from each group will qualify for the ESPL 2021 level 2 stage which is scheduled to be held from 1st to 8th August 2021. These top 88 teams from level 1 will be joining the 8 invited in the level 2 stage.

ESPL 2021 Level 1 Group D Match Overview

Noobkhasi emerged as the winners in the first match of the day. They secured a total of 48 points and 18 kill points. Team SA10 finished at the second spot followed by Team Filingo in the third spot. YouTubers FF won the DR1M146 with a total of 46 points. TB eSports and The Terminator finished at the second and third spot respectively.

The Booyah in the DR1M147 was secured by Soul of Dragon with a total of 56 points. The squad completely owned the battlefield and took on all the teams with ease. Pro Thamizhan secured second place with 2 kills in the match.

Team ACS were the winners in the DR1M150 round. The team secured a total of 16 kills and Team Tamil Official finished at the second spot with 32 points followed by GokBoru with 29 points.

How and 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.

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