Revenant Esports wins Battle Adda, the first official New State Mobile tournament in India
Battle Adda, the first official tournament of the New State Mobile has officially concluded and its Revenant Esports that emerged to be the champions of it. The team accumulated 158 points in 12 matches in the grand finals of the tournament.
The first official tournament of New State Mobile in India titled “Battle Adda” has concluded and it’s Revenant Esports that emerged to be the champions of it. The team displayed tremendous performance on the last day of the Grand Finals and accumulated 158 points with two chicken dinners. The champion team’s roster consisted of three Tier 1 BGMI players including Deepak “Sensei” Negi, Harshit “MJ” Mahajan, and Ritesh “Fierce” Nawandar. The other two players in the Revenant Esports lineup were the fresh talents Lupid and Alien Nub. Revenant Esports got the massive chunk of INR 5,00,000 from the prize pool of INR 10,00,000.
The tournament was definitely a nail biter for the esports fans as the points gap between the first and second positioned team was only 7 points. Hyderabad Hydras, the runners-up of the Battle Adda were in 7th position with 58 points at the start of Day 2 of the Grand Finals, the team’s aggressive intent got them to the second position in the overall standings with 151 points. S8UL Esports, which is considered as one of the most consistent teams in New State Mobile competition, emerged to be the second runner-up of the tournament.
Here are the overall standings of the New State Mobile Battle Adda -
Team Mavi, which ended up its Day 1 as the table topper failed gain the momentum on the second day and finished on the fifth position in the overall standings with 120.5 points. The first official New State Mobile tournament was full of action right from the beginning. The tournament gave recognition to many new players who showcased their skills on the Battleground. Team Orange Rock Esports' Rithvik was awarded as the 'Most Valuable Player' of the first official tournament of New State Mobile. The player had 66 kills in 12 matches with the overall damage of 11426.
The competitive scene of New State Mobile has gradually started to pick up the pace in India. Many prominent BGMI esports players have also started to grind in New State Mobile. It would now be important to see how the esports scene of the game flourish in the absence of major battle royale titles like BGMI and Free Fire. Based on the current scenerio, New State Mobile definitely holds the potential to revive the mobile esports which currently seems to be in the middle of nowhere.