Esportz Premier Series Grand Finale LAN garners massive success uniting Indian Esports and Gaming Community in Mumbai

Esportz Premier Series Grand Finale LAN garners massive success uniting Indian Esports and Gaming Community in Mumbai

Esportz Premier Series Grand Finale LAN garners massive success uniting Indian Esports and Gaming Community in Mumbai – ‘Esportz Premier Series, India’s Yearlong Esports Championship’ is the flagship IP of Esportz.IN, a leading Esports, Gaming, & Media wing of Gig Work Pvt Ltd. The second edition kicked off in January 2022 with 5 gaming titles including  VALORANT, Rocket League, Street Fighter V, Free Fire MAX, and Clash Royale. From open for all qualifiers, 98 of the top  esports athletes advanced to the Grand Finale, which was held over four days from January 3–6, 2023. Check out the summary of the event. For future updates on Gaming and Esports, follow Flizzyy.com

The Esportz Premier  Series Grand Finale was the first Esports LAN of 2023 and also the first one following the declaration that esports has been  recognised by the Indian Government as “multi-sports,” which also implies that esports is now officially counted as a spectator sports event. The event was supported by India’s first patented built-in massager backpack brand – EUME as the ‘Powered by’ sponsor, the  beverage company Monster Energy as the ‘Official Energy Drink’ partner, Computer hardware manufacturer Cooler Master  as the ‘Gaming’ partner, Peripherals manufacturer Rapoo as the ‘Peripheral’ partner, and Gaming hardware manufacturer  ZOTAC Gaming as the ‘GPU’ partner. 

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Esportz Premier Series Grand Finale LAN garners massive success uniting Indian Esports and Gaming Community in Mumbai

Over the course of two days at the Grand Finale LAN of India’s Yearlong Epsorts Championship, attendees engaged  throughout while enjoying action-packed matches by their favourite esports athletes on the Grand Stage, demonstrating the  popularity of esports as spectator sports. In order to provide attendees and contestants with the best gaming experience possible, the event was managed by industry-leading event production and studios, including lighting, setup, design, audio, and equipment specialists. Every finalist made a spectacular entrance to the Grand Stage with a huge split-screen LED opening in  the stage’s centre.

Esportz Premier Series Grand Finale LAN garners massive success uniting Indian Esports and Gaming Community in Mumbai
Esportz Premier Series Grand Finale LAN

Additionally, visitors had access to the venue’s numerous gaming experience zones equipped with cutting-edge gaming  consoles, PCs, virtual reality sets, and even racing simulators. Through multiple Meet & Greets across two days the fans got  to know some of the most well-known figures in gaming and esports, including Xyaa, HyraFlick, Meow16K, SharkShee,  Jimmy Gaming, Willy Gaming, Insane, Syrus, GyroGod, Ronak, Sasuke, Ignite, Shonty, RDX Rocky, Harsh, OG Sway, GodL  Kamaljeet, MintyGal, GodL Langoti, Hydra Emperor, Hydra BTS, and others. 

With a tremendous footfall, the Grand Finale in Mumbai also saw attendance from S8UL Sid Joshi, Kani Gaming, Dr.  Rushindhra Sinha, Mohit Isanrey, Rite2Ace, S8UL Ankkita C, SK Rossi, OG Hades, SK Rossi, HellRanger, KappA, Assassins  ARMY, and many others.  

Santosh Smith, Director of Capital Group, said: “Throughout the yearlong cycle, we at esportz.in strived to cater the finest  experience to the Indian Esports and Gaming Community, both online and offline. Esportz Premier Series Grand Finale was  set as the inaugural LAN of 2023 and the first esports event since esports has been recognised by the Indian Government. We  aimed to showcase the potential of esports as spectator sports throughout the year and the Grand Finale, and we want to thank  the publishers, sponsors, players, fans, gamers, creators, and influencers for their support in making it a successful one while  demonstrating the same.” 

The first two days were held online, and the winners were Orangutan Elite for Free Fire MAX, Pineapple Cake for Rocket  League, Jeferson Andrey Ortiz Rayo for Clash Royale, and Bhagwant ‘B3’ Singh Bagh for Street Fighter V, while the  VALORANT was held on a LAN. Six teams from across India congregated in Mumbai: ROG Academy, Gods Reign,  Revenant Esports (RNT), Lethal Esports (LE), Reckoning Esports (RGE), and Oh Bey (Enigma Gaming) to compete for the  Yearlong Championship trophy. 

VALORANT GRAND FINALE: 

Esportz Premier Series Grand Finale LAN garners massive success uniting Indian Esports and Gaming Community in Mumbai
Esportz Premier Series Grand Finale: Revenant Esports are the Grand Champions of the VALORANT FINALE

ROG Academy, one of the youngest new teams, faced up against one of the audience favourites Gods Reign featuring  Simar “Psy” Sethi and company in the opening round. The result, a surprise 2-0 victory for ROG Academy,  highlighted the core of the Esportz Premier Series as a platform for amateurs, professionals, and beginners alike—a  place where anybody can go pro in esports.

  • With players from Velocity Gaming and Enigma Gaming joining forces, Oh Bey was one of the event’s star-studded  rosters and was regarded as one of the dream teams of Indian VALORANT to ever exist: Excali, HellFF,  DeathMaker, Antidote, RVK, and HellFF, with LordBathura as their Coach. Although, with no proven history of  this powerhouse line-up together on paper but carrying such firepower, they performed as anticipated and sent  Reckoning Esports home 2-0 in the Quarter Finals. However, in their following round, they suffered a 2-1 loss  against tournament favourites Revenant Esports, which secured RNT a Grand Finale berth. 
  • Lethal Esports had a clean run with 2-0 in Quarter Finals against ROG Academy and locked their slot as well to face  Revenant Esports in the BO5 Grand Finale.  
  • With BO5 on the hand and RNT appearing to have the odds in their favour, Lethal Esports players stepped up big  time individually, bringing the first Map of Pearl itself to overtime and securing in favour.
  • RNT immediately responded, winning the following two maps, Icebox and Haven, to take a 2-1 lead in the Series. While it appeared like RNT had the advantage at the moment and may win the series, Lethal immediately stepped  up with Kheltuzad of LE sensing the situation and making moves. Giving everyone a decider Map 5 of Breeze.  JoshS and Paradox of RNT both brought their A games on the final map, and although it was a close match, RNT  managed to defeat Lethal Esports 13-10. Ultimately, the RNT roster comprising Whimp, Blackhawk, Paradox,  Ching, and Josh won the Esportz Premier Series Grand Finale with a 3-2 victory series victory. 

Esportz Premier Series Grand Finale LAN Crowd cheering their favourite esports players and teams 

The Finals’ boisterous LAN crowd cheers for Lethal Esports and Revenant Esports turned out to be the most encouraging  part of the finale. Fans continued to support their favourite teams and players as the maps advanced to the pivotal stage in the  Best of Five championships, feeling a spectrum of nerve-racking as well as exhilarating emotions. 

The gaming entertainment elements of the Grand Finale were completed by two Influencer showdowns featuring some of the  most well-known creators. The victors of the Esportz Premier Series Grand Finale for Free Fire MAX, Orangutan Elite  fielding Jonty, OldMonk, Pahadi Gaming, Mr Jay, and Duker, also received the Yearlong Championship trophy on the  Grand Stage. 

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