Skyesports Masters will feature Live Music Performance by Karma and Mortal
Rap sensation Karma and popular content creator Mortal will team up for a live music performance at the Skyesports Masters finale in Bangalore.
Rap sensation Karma, known for songs like Young Galeech and How To Tame Your Beast, has teamed up with popular content creator Naman “Mortal” Mathur to bring an electrifying live music performance at the Skyesports Masters in the Koramangala Indoor Stadium, Bangalore. Taking place on Aug. 26 and 27, the Skyesports Masters is India’s first franchised esports league with a Rs. 2 crore prize pool.
Karma is set to captivate the crowd at India’s biggest gaming tournament with a performance consisting of some of his most popular hits.
Speaking about the live performance, Karma (real name Vivek Arora), said, “I couldn’t be more excited to perform at India’s biggest gaming tournament, the Skyesports Masters. The gaming community of the country is one I have been deeply connected with and I am looking forward to doing that again at the Koramangala Indoor Stadium in Bangalore along with Mortal.”
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Mortal and Karma will also be teaming up at the event to bring a live performance of the duo’s hit single, ‘The Game is On.’ This will be Mortal’s first live music performance as the legendary gamer hones a new persona for an enthralling live show in Bangalore. “Come watch me perform The Game Is On alongside Karma at the Skyesports Masters! I am looking forward to my first live performance and I am thrilled to see it happening at the historical finale of India’s first-ever franchised esports league,” the popular creator, who boasts more than 7 million YouTube subscribers, said.
Fans can attend the event for some nail-biting esports action and an unforgettable music performance for free by signing up through PayTM Insider.
The Skyesports Masters Finale at the Koramangala Indoor Stadium in Bangalore will feature the top four teams of the League Stage competing for the title of inaugural champions. Marcos Gaming, Gods Reign, Revenant Esports, and 7Sea Esports will not only be competing for CS:GO glory but also for the lion’s share of the Rs. 2 Crore prize pool. For the fans who are unable to attend the event in Bangalore, they can catch all the exhilarating action live on Loco.
Besides the esports action and musical performance, the Skyesports Masters is set to feature a cosplay competition, creator showdowns, and meet-and-greets. Some of the country’s biggest gamers will be attending the event including Scout, Xyaa, Rakazone, Tonde, and more.