ESPL 2021 Level 3 Day 5 – Bangalore, Delhi, and Mumbai Leading The Leaderboard

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The Esports Premier League 2021 Level 3 stage is on its 5th day. With only 2 more days remaining the competition gets fierce with teams aiming to secure a place in the top 4 on the leaderboard. The top 4 teams after the end of the Level 3 stage will be seeded into the upper bracket of the Finals.

The previous day again ended on a bad note for team Chennai Celestial who is currently on a 3-day losing streak with no map victories in its last 3 matches. Currently,  Bangalore Ballistics is leading the points table with 45 points, an impressive 6 point lead over the 2nd place Delhi Dukes and 9 point lead over the 3rd place Mumbai Marshals.

ESPL 2021 is India’s first and biggest Pan-India Free Fire esports tournament announced by India Today Gaming. ESPL 2021 features a massive prize pool of Rs 25,00,000 and will run over a period of two months starting from July 16th. The Grand Finals are scheduled to start on 29th August and the winner gets to take home the Esteemed title along with the 12,00,000 prize money.

ESPL 2021 Level 3 Format

Starting from 16th August, each day 4 matches will be played in Clash Squad mode. Each 7 round best match with 5 maps each will be played to contest for points on the table. Teams will be awarded certain standing points. At the end of the day, a leaderboard will be created with teams placed in order of points earned. At the end of Level 3, the top 4 teams will be seeded into the upper bracket of the Finals.

ESPL 2021 Level 3 Day 5 Matches

All the Level 3 matches will be played in a 7-round best of 5 map format exclusively on Bermuda, and Kalahari maps. Below is the list of matches scheduled for Day 5:

  • L3M13 – Mumbai Marshals vs Punjab Paladins (4:00 PM)
  • L3M14 – Hyderabad Hydras vs Chennai Celestials (5:30 PM)
  • L3M15 – Kolkata Kaijus vs Bangalore Ballistics (7:00 PM)
  • L3M16 – Rajasthan Reapers vs Delhi Dukes (8:30)

How and Where to watch ESPL 2021 Level 3 matches?

Watch the matches live 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  Disney+Hotstar and the Gaming Tak Youtube channel. Below are the links to the official channels. 

India Today Gaming YouTube-    

India Today Gaming Facebook-        

AajTak Website Home Page –       

India Today Website Home-      

Gaming Tak YouTube-        

Disney+ Hotstar-  

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