” It’s a big step to the widespread acceptance of the eSports industry, ” Shiva Nandy and others react

” It’s a big step to the widespread acceptance of the eSports industry, ” Shiva Nandy and others react after eSports gets…

” It’s a big step to the widespread acceptance of the eSports industry, ” Shiva Nandy and others react after eSports gets recognition from GOI: The last 24 hours have been immense for the ones who not only love eSports but build careers on it following the passion. Since the Government of India’s announcement of recognizing eSports as part of Multi-sports events, the community unitedly has come forward to share their views, aiming to reach greater heights in near future. Shiva Nandy along with other popular individuals reacted to the same to encourage more enthusiasts to the community. For future updates on Garena Free Fire and Free Fire MAX, follow Flizzyy.com

Government of India gives recognition to eSports as the part of multi-sports events
The government of India gives recognition to eSports as part of multi-sports events:

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Shiva Nandy, Founder, and CEO, Skyesports, known for his bold claims, asserted,

” The inclusion of Esports under the Government of India (Allocation of Business Rules) is a big step to the widespread acceptance of the industry. It is also a very positive sign for the growth of Indian Esports and for a medal-winning approach. Furthermore, the GOI has displayed an understanding of what Esports is by allocating it to the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports. I’m confident that in the coming years we will be able to create an ecosystem where we can train young talent for esports just like we do for other sports.”

” While this is a great first step by the Indian government, it’s important to take cognizance of the nuances that could emerge from this statement. The insertion of “e-Sports as part of multi-sports events” needs to be closely examined so as not to exclude popular eSport titles that are not directly linked to a traditional sport. Games like Valorant, Dota 2, and those created by Indian game developers should also have the opportunity to be classified as esports, and their players as athletes. ” said Akshat Rathee, Co-Founder and Managing Director of NODWIN Gaming.

The future of eSports is looking very bright for the country as Jobs and careers are expected to be increased by 30% in 2023 from 2022. So, it remains to be seen how things pan out in the coming months.

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