Indian Gaming League Announces IGL Championship Cup Season 1 Launch

The Indian Gaming League has kicked off Season 1 of the Championship Cup, which will feature six Esports titles and offer a massive 2.5 lakh prize pool.

It will be the first tournament to boost the Esports ecosystem in India and meet the growing demand for innovative and interactive games.

The tournament will see users compete against each other in six exciting games: Call of Duty Mobile, Free Fire, Brawl Stars, Clash of Clans, Valorant and one yet to be decided. The first match will start on March 15, 2021 and end on April 28, 2021.

This is an open tournament and users can register on the official website to participate.

About the Indian Gaming League

IGL was created by a team of players who believed that Indian players needed a platform to start their careers. They wanted to make it easier for people to make a career out of gambling.

Participating in IGL will give both amateur and professional players the opportunity to earn a reasonable income from the game. High level players will also have the opportunity to compete against other professionals at the national level.

This platform can help turn passion into profession. Players should keep an eye out for tournaments hosted by IGL and participate where possible.

CEO of the Indian Gaming League, Yash Pariani, was delighted with the announcement and said:

“Esports has grown and its future indeed looks bright. We are preparing for the start of IGL Championship Cup Season 1 and we are expecting a good response from the players. We are making a concerted effort. to make this journey exciting and exciting for the users.

The championship cup will be followed by the first awards ceremony of its kind. It will be a star-studded event with the aim of honoring Esports and motivating young people to pursue Esports games. This will bring us closer to our larger vision of making Esports and IGL a household name. ”

Hindustan Talkies Director Ashish Chowdhry said,

“The online gaming industry is at its peak right now. India, which has the largest youth population and is seeing an increase in the use of smartphones combined with the availability of the internet, will help the growth and acceptance of esports. With this collaboration with Indian Gaming League, at Hindustan Talkies, we want to foray into the esports industry and connect with a large and diverse audience. We send our best wishes to IGL for its Championship League and look forward to the awards night. “

The Indian Gaming League has managed to make a place for itself in the country’s Esports ecosystem. It has gained a huge user base and tripled in the past 12 months. It has also hosted over 3,000 gaming tournaments in 2020.

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