Ultimate Battle (UB) is geared up to host exciting tournaments for the recently-launched game Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) on their platform. With an aim to boost the esports and gaming ecosystem in the country, Ultimate Battle has launched this exclusive Indian game on its platform. While the whole focus of esports is shifted to online with the absence of local area network (LAN) events due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the tournaments will help the esports athletes and their roster to start their grind and prepare for national and international events.
The country’s most popular esports platform UB, which has been a destination for playing many action-packed games with high-end graphics and has successfully integrated more than 10 esports title games to the platform, with BGMI, this exclusively designed game will fuel the growth of mobile gaming in India and the game will leverage the power of the mobile-first gaming ecosystem of the country. With the participation of both professionals and casual gamers, it also has the ranking system in place as part of the automated leader board based on the performances of the players and the winners will be awarded exciting prize money.
Exciting Features for BGMI players:
- Tournaments: BR events will be hosted every hour so players can enjoy competitive gameplay at any time.
- Leaderboards: Play daily and rake up your Ranking to get rewards.
- Redeem Shop: Players will be able to get in-game items and more by collecting UB Coins by playing games on UB.
“At Ultimate Battle we are very excited to launch BGMI on our platform which is an exclusive Indian game as we strive to provide the esports community with the gaming events, content, and more through our online esports platform which caters to more than 3,00,000 registered gamers. The pre-registration phase has already marked a great success with 40 million Indian gamers which will continue to grow. We will host multiple online tournaments as it’s the favourite game among the Indian gamers which is making a much-awaited coming back. We’ll also be looking into adding BGMI to our flagship tournament All India Esports league (AIEL), which will be launched this month,” said Mr. Tarun Gupta, Founder, Ultimate Battle.
Currently, the platform has garnered a player base of more than 3,00,000 and has been growing every day. With over 54,000 monthly active users, gamers get an active community to interact with and compete against each other. The platform is now available on Google PlayStore for Android users and till now it has seen over 63,000 downloads already. The freshly launched app of the platform will facilitate easier connectivity and accessibility for its users and leverage the power of the mobile-first ecosystem of the country.
Enjoy Best Competitive Gaming at ‘The Rising’ Esports Tournament
Vijay Sales has teamed up with Lenovo India and AMD to host its first Esports tournament: The Rising. The tournament will be a platform for the gamers of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, which is an online tactical shooter video game developed and published by Ubisoft, to showcase their skills.
Spanning over a period of 13 days from July 23rd till August 4th – The Rising will feature a sizeable prize pool worth INR 3,00,000. Lenovo, AMD and Vijay Sales have teamed up with experienced tournament organizers, The Esports Club to host and broadcast the event.
Nilesh Gupta, Director, Vijay Sales said, “The online gaming industry is growing exponentially in India at a rate of almost 27% per annum and is estimated to reach $2.8B by 2022. The current pandemic scenario has further accelerated the growth of this industry. In a bid to be a part of this revolution, we have partnered with Lenovo and AMD and are working closely with them to create unique and engaging IPs to reach this ever-growing customer base.”
Amit Doshi – Chief Marketing Officer, Lenovo said, Our Legion product portfolio and multiple eSports collaborations, help us strengthen our engagement with the local gaming community. With an intent to leverage popular gaming titles such as Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege to promote strategic competition and networking opportunities, we are glad to co-host the tournament with AMD & Vijay Sales. We strongly believe that such tournaments will further encourage the adoption of responsible online gaming from the safety of our homes.“
Ishaan Arya, Co-Founder, The Esports Club, “We’ve always been passionate about Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege and are excited to once again be at the forefront of the regional esports ecosystem for Siege with our partners Lenovo, AMD and Vijay Sales”.
The tournament registrations are live on The Esports Club website. Fans can watch all the matches, which will be livestreamed on The Esports Club’s YouTube Channel.
Know Which Team Emerged Victorious at Free Fire All Stars 2021 Asia Finale
The Free Fire All Stars (FFAS) 2021 Asia – featuring popular influencers and fan-voted players – concluded over the weekend. The Indoniesan team came up tops for the Bomb Squad mode, while teams from Thailand won the Clash Squad and Battle Royale modes!
The FFAS 2021 is the game’s annual celebration of Free Fire’s community of players and content creators across the world, by bringing them together in a fun and casual tournament. For the very first time, by popular demand from fans, different Free Fire modes were in play at an international tournament.
The Asia All Stars saw teams from Thailand winning 2 of the 3 game modes on offer, demonstrating their skills and competitiveness on the big stage once more. This comes after Thailand’s Team Phoenix Force won the recent Free Fire World Series 2021 Singapore. The Hindi broadcasts got over 3 million views on the official Free Fire Esports YouTube Channel.
Across the three action-packed days, India was represented by two star-studded teams consisting of fans’ choices of influencers and pro players. Playing under the banner of Team Dosa, TSG Ritik, Sooneeta, Pahadi, and Legend fought valiantly against formidable opponents in both Bomb Squad and Clash Squad events. Team Dosa made it to the semi-finals for Day 2’s Clash Squad, before bowing out to Thailand’s Team Som Tum who eventually went on to be crowned Champions of the Clash Squad event. On the third and final day, Team Samosa, comprising Vasiyo07, Killer, Dev Alone, and Assassin’s Army, joined the fray for the Battle Royale event. Both teams put up a strong fight and bagged a number of top-3 finishes
Bomb Squad champion – Team Indomee of Indonesia
We saw all the action as Team Indomee of Indonesia emerged victorious among the 8 teams that battled it out in Bomb Squad, the first event of the All Stars. Team Indomee – featuring the likes of Drnxgarduuu, Efdewe, Letda, and IOG Bion 09 – won after making it through all 3 rounds, and coming up tops in the finals after defeating Team Pho from Vietnam.
Clash Squad victor – Team Som Tum of Thailand
Team Som Tum of Thailand took the Clash Squad crown after defeating Team Boba of Taiwan. Team Som Tum, which featured the Jasminniiiz, AAA Poongod, FMP TV, and the popular EVOS TheCruz (who was named MVP at the recent Free Fire World Series 2021 Singapore), came up winners after advancing through 2 rounds before the finals, which was decided in a BO5 map.
Battle Royale winner – Team Tom Yum Kung of Thailand
The finale of the FFAS 2021 Asia saw Team Tom Yum Kung representing Thailand winning the classic Battle Royale mode. 12 teams competed across 3 maps, playing twice across Bermuda, Kalahari, and Purgatory. Team Tom Yum Kung, which saw the likes of EVOS Rambo, Osaga, AAA Hoysang, and R.I.P. Freestyle on the team, took the top spot. Special mention goes to EVOS Rambo, who once again was the star of his team and led them to victory with some outstanding performances. They defeated runner-ups Indonesia’s Team Indomee, who were the winners of day 1’s Bomb Squad mode, and 3rd-placed Team Pho from Vietnam, who finished 2nd place on day 1.
Female Professional Gamers Setting Foot in Gaming Content Creation
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.
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