Skyesports Championship 5.0 BGMI Free Tickets go Live; India’s Biggest Esports LAN Finale with INR 1.25 CR Prize Pool Descends into Bangalore

The country’s leading 16 BGMI teams will compete for the grand INR 1.25 Crore Prize Pool at the on-ground LAN event at the Koramangala Indoor Stadium, Bangalore from November 3 to 5

(Esports news) Enhancing the excitement for one of the country’s biggest Esports tournaments,Skyesports, India’s leading Esports tournament organizer, has announced that the tickets for Skyesports Championship 5.0 – BGMI Finale are now available for free on BookMyShow.

The electrifying LAN final will be open to a live audience and will witness the nation’s top 16 BGMI teams battling it out for the title of champions and a share of the INR 1,25,00,000 prize pool at the Koramangala Indoor Stadium, Bengaluru from November 3 to 5. Tickets are currently open for the BGMI Esports extravaganza for free on BookMyShow on a first-come, first-serve basis. 

The Skyesports Championship 5.0 is Powered By AMD. Loco, the world’s leading independent gaming and Esports streaming platform, is the Broadcast Partner for the event, while Zebronics is the Gaming Partner. Tecno POVA 5 Series is the smartphone partner.

Commenting on the finals of the Skyesports Championship 5.0 BGMI, Shiva Nandy, Founder and CEO, Skyesports, said, “We are excited to announce that the tickets for the BGMI Finale for Skyesports Championship 5.0 happening at Koramangala Indoor Stadium in Bengaluru are now live on BookMyShow. The fact that more than 3,000 teams signed up for the open qualifiers shows the power of highlighting a direct #PathtoPro for esports athletes from the grassroots. We are all set for one of the biggest Esports events of the year, and it’s even better because we’re welcoming a live audience to witness the action in person. This event reflects our commitment to growing Esports and recognizing the amazing talent in the gaming community.”

Being India’s longest-running homegrown Esports IP, the Skyesports Championship is in its fifth year and has become larger than ever. The total prize pool for the tournament stands at a staggering INR 2,12,00,000 split between three Esports titles, one of which is BGMI.

For BGMI, Skyesports held open-for-all qualifiers which saw more than 3,000 teams from across the country sign up. From here, the teams competed across a series of rounds providing a #PathtoPro to the BGMI LAN Finale at the Koramangala Indoor Stadium, Bangalore. 

The complete list of teams fighting for the INR 1,25,00,000 prize pool is as follows: 

●       Team Soul

●       GodLike Esports

●       Blind Esports

●       Big Brother Esports

●       Gladiators Esports

●       OR Esports

●       Entity Gaming

●       Orangutan

●       Revenant Esports

●       Numen Gaming

●       Team Empire

●       Celsius Esports

●       Team Infinity

●       Obey Esports

●       Marcos Gaming

●       Gods Reign

Data from Interpret’s New Media Measure: Global Profiles™ shows that growth in the Indian Esports market over the past couple of years has led to India surpassing Brazil, South Korea, and other nations as an Esports superpower.  Around 28% of the general population in India watches professional Esports, whether on TV or via online streaming, second only to China’s 36%. This is more than Western countries such as the US and UK which are exhibiting less interest in Esports, with 16% and 14%, respectively, of the population watching.

For the fans who are unable to attend the event live, the Skyesports Championship 5.0 BGMI Finale will be live-streamed in English, Hindi, and Tamil exclusively on Loco.

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