On December 24 in Mumbai, the Skyesports Championship 4.0 is scheduled to begin. Numerous esports titles from PC and mobile platforms will be included, with their grand final matches taking place in front of a live audience. Dota 2, CS: GO, and Pokemon Unite will all be played during this competition, which will also feature teams from Southeast Asia and India. The top two teams from the first round of qualifying for the first two titles have advanced to the LAN Finals, while the top four teams will compete for the final title in the National Finals.
Skyesports startled the Indian gaming industry with its original announcement last month by introducing two esports games that, despite having sizable user bases there, have never been particularly well-liked as competitive games. Additionally, Skyesports made a significant entrance into Pokemon Unite by launching the biggest tournament for the mobile game in India, with a total prize pool of INR 22,50,000.
The Dota 2 qualifications were often split into two phases, with the first phase consisting of two independent qualifiers, one for each of India and Southeast Asia, and the second phase consisting of a final decider via which the finalists for the LAN event were chosen. The two Dota 2 teams who have qualified for the Skyesports Championship 4.0 grand final and will be playing on LAN in Mumbai on December 24 are Neon Esports and Reaper Hashtag.
The CS: GO tournament’s qualifying rounds were roughly separated into two phases, with the first phase including two unique qualifiers—one for each of India and Southeast Asia—and the second phase included a final decider for only India. The two CS: GO teams that made it through the qualifying rounds of Skyesports Championship 4.0 and will be fighting on LAN in Mumbai on December 24 are KingPins and Team NKT.
The largest Pokemon Unite competition to ever take place in India was a part of Skyesports Championship 4.0, giving this grassroots competition the respect it merits. The top four teams have been determined and will compete in the National Finals after having seen multiple rounds of open and closed qualifying.
1. Revenant Esports
2. God’s Reign
3. Team S8UL
4. Marcos gaming
Every day, Hindi and English live streams of all LAN matches will be available on YouTube. The tournament’s championship round has been reached by the top teams from all of the titles. Every side will be trying to put its best foot forward and win its individual match, so it will be interesting to see how the matches turn out.