It’s been 6 months since the start of Esportz Premier Series 2021 hosted by Esportz.in, the gaming wing of Gig Work Private Limited. Over 800 teams and 2900 individual gamers compete for a prize pool of 40,00,000INR over the course of a year. The tournament hosts a variety of games ranging from Free Fire to Fifa including major PC esports titles.
The series was kicked off in an effort to promote gaming in India and to bring together gamers from different genres such as PC, Console, and Mobile under a single roof.
The uniform system starts right from online qualifiers to offline LAN tournaments. Esportz has provided a stage for upcoming gamers to showcase their talent. Esportz aims to narrow the gap between professional and aspiring gamers by providing equal opportunities to all.
Esportz Premier Series grossed over 1 million views and reached over 7 million people
The Esportz Youtube channel hosts live streams 15 days a month, covering various qualifiers and pre-qualifier fixtures. The streams are cast by talented announcers and the channel also uploads highlight reels and best play montages.
Apart from gaming tournaments, Esportz Premier Series also features a Cosplay Championship wherein participants dress up as their favorite characters from video games and pop culture and try to portray the character accompanied by music and extravagant costumes.
Finalists share their joy on making it to the Esportz LAN event
The best of the best who qualified from online qualifiers will make their way to the LAN tournament in December. the LAN finale will also have music and cosplay events.
Dead Soul from 4 Unknown who qualified for the Free Fire event puts it this way,
“We are overjoyed to have qualified, and now all we have to do is wait for the LAN Event in December”
Hell RangeR from Global Esports expressed his appreciation for the new format,
“There are 4 open qualifiers that give enough slots to all the teams to play and qualify for the LAN event, at the same time the top teams even if they get upset in one of the qualifiers, they can always come and play second, third, or even the fourth – so I think it is a pretty good format,”
Vasu Chaturvedi Project Manager of Esports at Garena expressed his thoughts on the tournament
“It’s fantastic to see the kind of reception Esports Premier Series has received since its inception.”
Esportz claims that the tournament has been successful so far as players look forward to the Finale in December.