After a long cheesy wait, Battlegrounds Mobile India was officially launched by the Korea-based game development company, Krafton, earlier this month. Within 24 hours of launch, Battlegrounds Mobile India surpassed 10 Million downloads in the Google Play Store and became the top-grossing free game in the Indian Google Play Charts.
Now that Battlegrounds Mobile India is back, the esports ecosystem of PUBG Mobile is back on track again. Esports organizations have started to sign professional teams and content creators. Players have started their grind to compete in National and International level esports tournaments.
The Chennai-based esports company, Skyesports, hosted the first third-party Streamers showdown, officially approved by Krafton for the South Indian audience. Content creators and esports players from different parts of Tamilnadu, Kerala, Karnataka, and Andhra Pradesh participated in this showdown.
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After 4 days of intense action, Marcos Gaming has been crowned as the winner of the Skyesports South Indian Streamers showdown. They topped the leaderboard with 209 ranking points, 103 kill points, and 2 overall chicken dinners. Marcos gaming’s star player, Wizzgod, played an important role in the tournament. He secured 30 finishes and became the second top fragger in the tournament.
“This is a great, great win. We’d like to thank all the teams for making this a great competition. Skyesports, thank you for hosting such a sweet tournament as always you guys did a fantastic job. Special mention to all the fans who have loved and supported us throughout,” says Mr. Sudhir Kulria, the founder of Marcos Gaming.
Revenant Esports managed to finish in the second position with 168 ranking points, 83 kill points, and 3 chicken dinners. Team Walkouts ended up in the third position at the end of the tournament with 167 ranking points, 87 kill points with two chicken dinners.