There is no doubt that the global esports industry is thriving, especially when people are confined at home due to the current covid-19 situation. We have seen people going gaga over the popular multiplayer games like PUBG (now BGMI in India), Free Fire, Counter Strike, Valorant, Fortnite, etc. and they are sincerely dedicating a considerable amount of time on screen. We all might agree that it is commonly considered as a male-dominated space and we hardly encounter a female gamer who is creating content and engaging with audience. But that can soon be considered a thing from the past.
Trinity Gaming has been associating with women gamers & content creators since its inception in 2019. While initially, we just had a handful of women enthusiasts, now we see huge curiosity about professional e-gaming from women across ages, geographic locations, and socio-economic conditions. Women are increasingly becoming attracted to virtual sports, driven either by their passion or viable career option.
Recently, a remarkable number of women professional gamers have come on rise. These young gamers have set their foot strong enough to compete with their male counterparts but in a healthy and entertaining way, which promises to take the space of esports to new heights. These professional gamers collaborating, bringing new content and are engaging with a wider audience.
Sanjana Bhattacharya aka iamBLACKHORSE
My name is Sanjana Bhattacharya and I go by the gaming name BLACKHORSE. I have been a content creator and a streamer on YouTube for almost 4 years now and it has to be the most magical journey I have ever been on with so much to learn and so many experiences to gain. I currently have a family of 185k+ subscribers on my YouTube channel iamBLACKHORSE and I love to call them my team black fam. My subscribers are my biggest supporters and they encourage me every day to get up and work 2 times harder than the previous day.
My name is Pooja Bisht. I have been streaming for 2 years. I play pc games like GTA 5 RP, Valorant, Apex and many more. I play games for fun. I have collaborated with multiple brands like AORUS, Gigabyte, Booyah, AMD. I currently have a family of 46.8k+ subscribers on my YouTube channel. I really want to try BGMI and definitely want to explore more pc games for more exposure in the gaming ecosystem. I want other gamers to define a player with the skills and strategy they put in the game and not gender.
Sakshi is a 21-year-old gaming content creator, she does unboxing videos of any new graphics card in collaboration with MSI. She is also supported by Redbull. She also worked with Zotac as well and made some vlogs too. She recently released the first episode from a series she is making on “My journey as a gamer to a streamer”. Her future plan is to try out new games, expand her selection of games by trying out unpopular games. She also wanted to raise awareness among female gamers and encourage them to try out new games to play and stream. She currently has a family of 1,53,797 subscribers on her Facebook Gaming channel.
Kangkana Talukdar aka Mystic Ignite
Kangkana aka Mystic Ignite is a 22-year-old gaming content creator who wants to become one of the best female esports players in India and you all will find her playing games with her followers. She being very talkative, so one of her friends suggests her to stream and interact with the public as she loves being funny most of the time and the suggestion turned out to be the catalyst in the growth of her career. She currently has a family of 65,000 followerson her Facebook Gaming channel.
Aparna Shukla aka Annie
Aparna is a 26-year-old gaming content creator; she wants to explore every new game with her audience. She does content creation around everything like unboxing, collaboration with other gamers, branding etc. In a short period of time, she attracted a good amount of audience with her skills. She aims to explore each and every game in her league. She loves interacting with the audience and plays with her followers. She currently has a family of 21 lakh plus followers on her Facebook Gaming channel “Rogstream”.
Anjali Roy aka Unicorn IB
Anjali is a 21-year-old gaming content creator, she loves exploring more games and interact with her audience. She has proved to be a great example of female gamers. Despite facing online bullying on the gaming front, she continues to grow with the support of her family and friends. She currently has a family of 1.3 lakh followers on her Facebook Gaming channel.
Trinity gaming is among the pioneers who are proudly serving some of India’s largest channels and brands, while working closely with over 250 of their gaming professionals. It is committed to encourage gamers and build an industry which offers the safe haven to these young talents who have the potential to turn passion into a full-time career and where no genders are barred.
BalleBaazi.com Brings Exciting ‘Player Intelligence’ Feature
BalleBaazi.com announced the launch of its one-of-a-kind ‘Player Intelligence’ feature. Developed by the in-house technology team at BalleBaazi.com, this Made in India feature is a step towards game-changing innovation that will set new benchmarks in the fantasy cricket industry.
The industry-first Player Intelligence feature allows users to have access to a plethora of in-depth information such as venue-specific performance history, fantasy point break-up, players’ form and batting position, alongside a specialization feature that detects the strength of an all-rounder. In addition, it provides extensive insights on topics such as the performance history of players during a particular tournament and against an opponent, average fantasy points and performance compared to other players. The feature all in all is a thorough analysis of each player that enables the BalleBaazi community to make informed and strategic decisions while picking the players in their fantasy cricket team.
Talking about the launch of the new feature, Mr Saurabh Chopra, CEO of BalleBaazi.com said, “From the very outset, our goal has been to provide the best sports gaming experience to our audience. We are extremely happy to share the latest upgrade to the BalleBaazi app with Player Intelligence. We are the first to introduce this analysis-heavy feature in the country that promises to take the player’s experience to the next level. This feature will certainly cater to both pro gamers and new gamers to strategically choose players with in-depth analysis, resulting in a seamless gaming experience. We’re optimistic that this innovative feature will set new benchmarks in the fantasy sports industry.”
Adding on he said, “As a 100% indigenous online gaming organization, we aim to help our users be a pro player in the segment. With the launch of Player Intelligence, we take immense pride in educating our users on how to make a strong and effective fantasy team.”
BalleBaazi.com has created waves around the fantasy gaming industry by providing the best possible experience and a level playing field for enthusiasts alike. With the addition of the Player Intelligence Feature, BalleBaazi aims to get one more step closer to making the fantasy sport more interactive for its fans and transforming their participation from passive to active one.
India’s National Champions to Take Part in Esports World Championship 2021
A strong 17-member Indian contingent is geared up to present the country’s challenge at the Regional Qualifiers of the 13th Esports World Championship which are scheduled online from September 11 to October 10.
After impressive title-winning triumphs at the recently-concluded National Esports Championship (NESC) 2021, Hemanth Kommu (PES 2021), Hitesh Khorwal (Tekken7), five-member Team for Dota2, comprising of captain Jaikishan Malik, Manav Kunte, Shubham Goli, Vedant Patil, Ranjit Biswal and five-member Team for CS:GO, comprising of captain Ritesh Sarda, Shuvajyoti Chakraborty, Anshul Adardkar, Hrishikesh Shenoy & Harsh Jain will represent India at the prestigious tournament.
The 2021 Esports World Championship, unlike the last edition, which was completely held virtually, will be played with the remodeled format comprising a mix of online and offline competitions. The countries are divided into 10 different regions in the Regional Qualifiers and the winners will proceed to the Finals, which will be played offline in Eilat, Israel from November 14-19. The Indian contingent is placed in the South Asia region alongside Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Maldives and UAE.
“The NESC ’21 was a stupendous success in every possible way, there were many surprising and impressive results. This Indian contingent will be tough one to beat and I’m certain that they will not only put up a strong fight but also strive for a podium finish. It’s great to see a growing interest among the Indian youth towards Esports. On behalf of the Esports Federation of India, I wish the entire squad best luck for the prestigious event,” said Mr Yugal Kishore Sharma, Director of Esports Federation of India (ESFI).
The NESC 2021 was full of surprises as the new talents dethroned the defending champions and earned themselves spots at the Esports World Championship.
In PES 2021, the defending champion Moin Amdani among the country’s 31 top players, including Navneetha Anand and Ankur Diwakar, a duo which was part of Team India at the 2018 Asian Games, battled it out. Hemanth notched up a close victory against Navneetha in the final and secured himself a spot in the Regional Qualifiers. However, Amdani lost to Gulrez in losers bracket.
CS:GO also witnessed participation of 22 top Indian teams including Wicked Gaming, Tetroyd, Team Ano, Vac Banned, Redemptions and Infinity Esports. Living up to the favourites tag, Wicked Gaming put up a brilliant show and defeated Team Ano in a nail-biting summit clash.
In Tekken7, thedefending champion Abhinav Tejan and other 66 top Indian athletes took part. Hitesh Khorwal aka rcool emerged as the champion after he brilliantly cut short Rohit Jain’s winning run in the grand finale. The strong title contender Tejan suffered a defeat against Jeonsa, who was later defeated by mokujimaster.
In the popular multiplayer online battle arena game, DOTA 2, Team Punisher sealed a berth in the Regional Qualifiers after beating Macro Monks in the final.
This upcoming edition of the Esports World Championship will witness a strong competition with the National Esports Federations of 77 countries taking part in it. The matches will be streamed live on the International Esports Federation’s official channels.
ESFI continued its partnership with Artsmith- Concepts & Visions which will continue its support as the communication partner for the prestigious World Championships.
Taiwan Excellence Gaming Cup Qualifier Dates Announced
Apropos to the current pandemic, this year the qualifier rounds will be convened virtually while keeping the exhilaration intact. The qualifier rounds, each of four days, will be organized on September 16, October 7, October 28 and November 18, 2021. The qualifier rounds will be followed by the grand finale on December 4 and 5.
E-sports enthusiasts are most riveted about the qualifiers and consider it most important because it is through these rounds, that the finalists are decided. The qualifier rounds, also touted as elimination rounds, ascertain who would enter the finale and get a chance to fight for the trophy and the prize pool of INR 10,00,000.
This year, the teams will compete in popular E-sports games — Valorant, Rainbow 6 Siege and Call of Duty Mobile. To enhance the excitement around it, the finale of Valorant and CODM will also be broadcasted online on the official Taiwan Excellence India channels in December.
Talking about TEGC, Mark Wu, Executive Director of Taiwan Excellence said, “TEGC certainly has become one of the most popular e-sports championship in India. We witnessed overwhelming response with over 8,000 registrations last year in India. TEGC has provided a great platform to the aspiring gamers to showcase their skills. Every year we try to add some new elements to the tournament. This year we have added new popular games and welcome more online participants to join. Our objective is to offer gaming enthusiasts from across India an opportunity to witness trending Esports games and up-to-date gaming technology and TEGC is a place where they can learn and experience international-level gaming like nowhere else.”
The eighth edition of TEGC will be power-driven by some of the most acclaimed Taiwanese brands like Acer, ADATA, ASUS, BenQ, D-Link, Gigabyte, InWin, MSI, Thermaltake, and Zyxel.
Taiwan Excellence has been organizing the TEGC tournament from past seven years to give world-class championship experience to E-sports enthusiasts from across India. Over the years, it has carved a niche for itself in the gaming arena.
Several former participants and winners of this gaming championship have been able to make a name for themselves in the gaming world, and garner a huge fan-base.
So, if you have an awesome team of gamers and want to indulge in world-class E-sports adventure, prep up for TEGC’s elimination rounds.
Qualifier 1: 16th Sep to 19th Sep
Qualifier 2: 7th Oct to 10th Oct
Qualifier 3: 28th Oct to 31st Oct
Qualifier 4: 18th Nov to 21st Nov
Grand Finale: 4th & 5th Dec
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