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INDIA TODAY CONCLAVE 2021: the development of esports in India

INDIA TODAY CONCLAVE 2021: Krafton’s Battle Ground Mobile India (BGMI), a multi-player portable game, which was prior known as PUBG, has accumulated 40 million downloads in India and 60 million Daily Active users (DAUs) in just 90 days of its delivery in India, Aneesh Aravind, Head of distributing, India, Krafton educated a board at the nineteenth version of the India Today Conclave on Friday. The subject of the board conversation was “King Kong: The multibillion-dollar world of gaming. What’s more, why India is as yet playing get up to speed”. The board  at the India Today Conclave was thinking on the transitioning of the e-gaming industry in India when internationally the area is double the size of the movies and record name ventures joined. Aravind said that BGMI...

CLASH ROYALE PARTNERS WITH JIO FOR A 27-DAY GAMING TOURNAMENT

– NO REGISTRATION OR PARTICIPATION FEES  – AMAZING PRIZES TO BE WON  – TOURNAMENT SEMI-FINAL AND FINALS TO BE STREAMED ON JIOTV  TOURNAMENT DATES: 28TH NOVEMBER TO 25TH DECEMBER  JioGames is hosting a 27-day Clash Royale tournament, in which the winner will be bestowed the ‘India ka gaming champion’ title. Clash Royale is a freemium, real-time, multiplayer strategy video game, starring the Royales, your favourite Clash characters and much, much more. Collect and upgrade dozens of cards featuring the Clash of Clans troops, spells and defenses you know and love, as well as the Royales: Princes, Knights, Baby Dragons and more. JioGames Clash Royale tournament, in collaboration with Supercell, is about competing, testing your skills and putting your strategic mind at work. Th...

DLA Piper reports shows that Canada will be the Mecca of Esports in 2020

Canada is an influential country in many industries. Business operators have a law that can make them feel comfortable. Country officials have opened doors to many other operators from around the world. You’ll see many foreign companies striving for the Canadian market. E-sports have shown that it will be a billion-dollar market in the next few years. Many video game developers have been focused only on games that can be played online. The development of Esports has been successful in the last few years. We have seen international tournaments that became a hit in the online gaming industry. According to the latest reports from the legal firm “DLA Piper,” Canada will be the Mecca for online gamers. The official report from DLA Piper DLA Piper is an international law firm t...

Top Common CS: GO Beginner Mistakes to Avoid

CS: GO is not the easiest game ever. Although it doesn’t mean it’s the most difficult one either, there are certainly a lot of things to know if you don’t want others to rudely shout “noob” at you in the chat. Before you open your case here, knowing some beginner mistakes could be really helpful, whether you want to know what to look for in others or improve yourself. With that being said, here are the most common ones to avoid: Not Studying the Maps The game has a lot of maps, and when you’re about to choose one to play on, you should study its surroundings and learn about the best or worst spots. Not studying it could end badly on your behalf, because you would not know where the enemies are hiding, what are the alternate routes, where is the best spot to strike from, and so on. Of cours...

Windjammers Launches its Official Global eSports Circuit: the Flying Power League

DotEmu, developer and publisher specializing in modern releases of beloved retro games, is thrilled to announce the launch of the Flying Power League, the official Windjammers eSports circuit. For the first time in history, a game from the 90s will jump into the international competitive gaming scene, accentuating a remarkable comeback from its mid-90s roots. After a much-publicized August 29 debut on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita, Windjammers, the best Frisbee game ever made thanks to its addictive, lively gameplay, enters the eSports scene with the Flying Power League – an official tournament series in partnership with Smash.gg, the acclaimed eSports event platform. Just a few weeks after its first international tournament at SEA Major 2017 in Singapore this October, Windjamme...

GameXS Launches PlayX – Gaming Tournaments To Brings eSports To Home

GameXS, one of the leading game stores in India, have launched a gaming tournaments app PlayX where gamers can compete in daily/ weekly online tournaments as well as head-to- head challenges in games like FIFA, CS: GO, DOTA 2, Clash Royale and many more from their own consoles/ devices. PlayX brings eSports to home of gaming enthusiasts. PlayX currently has1000 subscribers and about 300 players are playing the games online. Daily the App sees 500 visitors. PlayX has conducted an offline FIFA 16 tournament at SMAAASH, Cyberhub, Gurgaon,to get people to use the gaming app and experience the gaming challenge. The tournament attracted over 100 pro FIFA players from all over India and total prizes worth INR 1 lac were awarded. PlayX plans to organize gaming tournaments regularly in all major ci...

ASUS ROG Store Opening And CS:GO Tournament In Kolkata

ASUS is opening its first store in Kolkata with a bang! Kicking off the launch will be the first ever ASUS ROG CS:GO Tournament in India – #UpYourGame. Counter Strike enthusiasts will get a chance to compete for a prize pool of more than INR 1 lakh rupees, with the winner bagging the ROG GL552JX laptop worth INR 85000. The tournament will start on 2nd July, 2016 in Kolkata in a live battle ground set up inside ASUS’s first exclusive ROG store. Witness everyone be enthralled by the eSports mania live on Facebook as the players battle it out for fame and goodies. With all registered participants winning vouchers up to INR 3000, everybody goes home a winner.  The Playoff schedule is as follows: Schedule Playoffs Timings 11:00am to 11:30am 3:00pm to 3:30pm 11:30am to 12:00pm 4:00pm...

RageQuit Cup Season III Recap Video

RageQuit Cup is an ambitious undertaking by passionate gamers, who are deeply invested into the e-Sports in India. The main attraction is the DOTA 2 Tournament which saw saw more than 300+ Indian teams from every corner of country registered for open online qualifiers out of which only 4 Teams were Invited for Lan Finals in Delhi to compete for the cash prize pool of $2500/- . You can watch a quick recap of the previous season in the video below: And for more news and reviews, keep checking back at Gaming Central.

The Formula For Consistent Winning: Team Brutality Interview

There are no short-cuts to success says Team Brutality and proves it by winning 3 major events back to back in 30 days and completing their hat trick. We sit down with the team captain, Ankit ‘V3nom’ Panth, and discuss our passion for gaming and how they are making it big in e-Sports. Gaming Central: You have won 3 major LAN tournaments in a span of 30 days recently. Could you talk us through that? How well prepared the boys were and what it took to get your hat trick? Team Brutality: It was a wonderful experience hitting that hat trick that too in 3 majors. After a hiatus of our consistency early this year, it was about time to do something like this. We started of by winning the Lenovo India Gaming Week which was held in Mumbai. You won’t believe as soon as we finished ...

Facebook Partners with Major League Gaming for eSports

Social media giant Facebook is expanding into the multimillion dollar eSports market. Facebook,  recently partnered with digital network Major League Gaming to add eSports coverage, including video and photographs, to both Facebook and Instagram. It’s a lucrative market for Facebook to tap into: According to video game research company Newzoo, there are over 88 million active Sports fans and an additional 117 million casual fans watching events and competitions today. That number will grow to over 145 million active fans and an additional 190 million casual fans by 2017. So far, Twitter, Twitch, Reddit, Instagram, and YouTube have been more popular social media platforms for many eSports fans, (though MLG president and co-founder Mike Sepso says Facebook has been a key driver of traffic to...

FIFA 15 Tournaments in Delhi and Bengaluru this Sunday

Hey Gamers and FIFA fans! Thirsting for more FIFA multiplayer goodness? Need to proove your e-football skills? GameXS  and LXG has some good news for you: They’re organising FIFA 15 tournaments in Delhi and Bengaluru this Sunday, so get practicing! The Delhi event, organised by GamesXS takes place at Federation Of Gamers (F.o.G), DLF Place Mall in Saket, New Delhi on Sunday, 19 July 2015 and charges ₹ 500 as Entry fees. It also has a Price Pool of ₹ 30,000 with the winner getting ₹ 21,000 and Goodies, the runner up getting ₹ 6,000 + Goodies and the 3rd Place winnings being ₹ 3000 + Goodies. You can find the details on how to register and stuff on the Facebook Event Page right here The Bengaluru event, organised by LXG takes place at the Big Pitcher Bangalore in Old Airport Road. They...

FIFA Online: Indian Gamer Faces Off Against the Best

Football is the best loved sport in the world, and its not surprising to see a huge number of video gamers also indulging their fantasies in the many iterations of FIFA. Meet Shantnu Basu, an avid gamer from Kolkata who went from playing at local cafes to an international event of FIFA Online, held in China. Facing against the best champions in the world, Mr. Basu won some amazing games, beating out his longtime playing partner Kim Leong of Singapore. He however lost the semi-final to the eventual champion, Chen Yi from China, who goes by his playing name Satan, in an unlucky penalty defeat. Read on for his insights, inspirations and what drives him to keep gaming! Gaming Central: Congratulations on getting 3rd in international e-sports tournament in china how are you feeling with your  pe...


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