Players from across India can participate in the Super Diwali 2021 with a total prize pool of Rs. 9,00,000, which has been split between Brawl Stars, Clash of Clans, and Clash Royale.
This festival of colours, players from across India can participate in the Super Diwali 2021 with a total prize pool of Rs. 9,00,000. The money has been split between Brawl Stars, Clash of Clans, and Clash Royale. The competition is being conducted by Skyesports. Players can sign up for the tournaments through Google Forms. Registrations are open until Oct. 24 at 5 PM IST.
“Supercell’s Clash of Clans, Brawl Stars, and Clash Royale have a very strong and entertaining community in India,” said Shiva Nandy, CEO of Skyesports.
“We are excited to work with the company again to support the games’ growth from the grassroots level this Diwali.”
The Rs. 900,000 prize pool will be split as follows: Brawl Stars: Rs. 300,000, Clash of Clans: Rs. 400,000 and Clash Royale: Rs. 200,000
The complete schedule is as follows: Brawl Stars: Qualifiers: Oct. 26 to 29, Semifinals: Oct. 30, Finals: Oct. 31. Clash of Clans: Qualifiers: Oct. 26 to 28, Semifinals: Oct. 29, Finals: Oct. 31. Clash Royale: Qualifiers: Oct. 26 to 28, Semifinals: Oct. 29, Finals: Oct. 30.
World Esports Cup (WEC’21), South East Asia’s tri-nation esports tournament will be played between gamers from India, Pakistan and Nepal. The primary goal of the World Esports Cup will be to give gamers a chance to represent one’s own country, something not everyone gets to do quite often in the esports community in the South Asia region in one of the most popular Battle Royale games. The tournament will see a massive prize pool of $100k (INR 75 lakhs approx). Smartphone maker Infinix Smartphones is the title sponsor for the inaugural edition as the registration of WEC’21 will begin on Saturday, 23rd October 2021. Athletes from across the three regions can register themselves till November 23.
Esports athletes from India, Pakistan and Nepal will get the opportunity to compete virtually in open qualifiers to take a shot at becoming the champion of the region.
While talking about the launch of World Esports Cup (WEC), WEC Director, Vishwalok Nath said: “We all know how intense it becomes when it comes to any India-Pakistan match and we want fans to witness this epic clash in esports as well. The World Esports Cup will also aim to connect the gamers and gaming community from the South Asian Countries in one platform which will be a first of its kind initiative.”
The tournament, which will be played over a period of three months, will have an initial round of two open and closed qualifiers across three regions to screen the best 24 squads from each country. Then, respective countries will battle out to get their best 12 squads which will lead them to finals which will feature their top 4 squads. In the Grand Finals, top 4 squads from India, Pakistan and Nepal will showcase their strategies, coordination and tactical skills to decide the best of the best team from the region. The tournament will be live streamed on official YouTube and Facebook channels of India Today and Aaj Tak along with their websites.