Famous Esports Organizations from the Indian community ready to Enter CS: GO in 2023

By Naman Alok | Dec 10, 2022 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

Famous India’s top eSports organisations are preparing to submit their CS: GO rosters in 2023. This is huge for a PC game in a country where most competitive titles on the platform have failed, with Valorant being the exception. Revenant Esports, Velocity Gaming and Enigma Gaming are three Indian esports organizations looking to join CS: GO next year. Their respective owners, Manoj Kasyap, Rohit Jagasia and Aryaman Wasan, have made similar statements regarding their participation in the title. The move appears to be a direct result of Skyesports, one of the leading organizers of esports tournaments in India. Skyesports plans to invest quite heavily in CS: GO and Dota 2 next year. Tips for Major League Baseball 2023 are a work in progress.

Revenant, Velocity, and Enigma are ready to enter and compete in CS: GO 2023 international events

According to recent announcements and leaks suggest that Skyesports has big plans for next year’s CS: GO events. The idea seems to be based on some of India’s top esports organizations willing to invest in the scene by signing dedicated teams. One month ago, Skyesports CEO and founder Shiva “Marvel” Nandy pledged at least US$500,000 (INR 4,08,57,750) and Announced investment in 2023 to improve competitive CS: GO and Dota 2 in India.

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Working towards this goal, Skyesports may have come up with the idea of a new dedicated tournament series called Skyesports CS: GO Indian Major League 2023. Rohit Jagasia commented that the concept behind this tournament is overwhelming and that Revenant Esports is “creating a CS: GO rooster” for it.

Manoj Kasyap followed suit by stating that Velocity Gaming will also be in CS: GO and that Skyesports will announce tournament details soon.

Finally, Aryaman Wasan also confirmed Enigma Gaming will join CS: GO next year: “All I can say right now is (that) great things (are) being prepared. For esports enthusiasts in India in 2023. CS: GO we are!!”

All of this has certainly brought a lot of excitement to the Indian esports scene and could help revitalize doomed titles like CS: GO and Dota 2 in India. With multiple tournament organizers planning next year’s competitive calendar with a mix of titles across all platforms, it will be interesting to see how the competitive scene evolves into 2023.

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