Indian Female In CS GO For Asian Games: Players Name, Matches, Price, When & Where to Watch

2 months ago By Randell Jhonson

India’s all-female CS:GO team is making waves in the esports world as they gear up to compete in the Asian qualifiers for the Asian Games. The team comprises talented players who are ready to showcase their skills on the international stage. Let’s take a closer look at the Indian Female players in CS GO for the Asian Games, their upcoming matches, the prize, and where to watch the action unfold.

India’s female CS:GO team: Full Squad

The Indian CS:GO team consists of the following players:

  • Swayambika Sachar (Sway) – Team Captain
  • Nidhi Salekar (Stormyy)
  • Shagufta Iqbal (Xyaa)
  • Dilraj Kaur Matharu (COCO)
  • Aastha Nangia (Crackshot)

These skilled players have proven their abilities through rigorous practice and dedication, and now they are ready to compete against some of the top teams in Asia.

India’s female CS:GO team: Complete Schedule

The team’s matches in the Asian qualifiers are scheduled as follows:

Match 1:

Opponent: Kyrgyzstan

Date: July 15

Time: TBA

Match 2:

Opponent: Saudi Arabia (Hosts)

Date: July 15

Time: TBA

Match 3:

Opponent: Hong Kong China

Date: TBA

Time: TBA

Match 4:

Opponent: Australia

Date: TBA

Time: TBA

These matches will determine the team’s progress in the qualifiers and their chances of securing a spot in the Asian Games.

Asian qualifiers: Prize Money, How To Watch

The winning team will receive a reward of USD 7,000. The second and third-placed teams will be awarded USD 3,500 and USD 2,000 respectively. The prize money serves as a testament to the increasing recognition and support for women in esports.

For fans eager to watch the Indian CS:GO team in action, the matches will be broadcasted live. Although specific details regarding the broadcasting platform and schedule are yet to be announced, fans can stay updated through official esports channels and social media platforms.

15th WEC Asian Qualifiers: India’s Road to Qualifier

The team earned their spot in the Asian qualifiers by emerging victorious in the National Esports Championships (NESC) 2023, organized by the Esports Federation of India (ESFI). They outclassed Sri Lanka in the South Asian qualifiers to secure their place.

The team expresses excitement and confidence

For Indian esports, the team’s participation in the Asian Games is a major accomplishment. Leading by Swayambika Sachar, the competitors want to encourage more women to enter the gaming and esports industries. They also want to qualify for the coveted competition.

Female esports athletes have been able to compete internationally thanks to the assistance of the Esports Federation of India (ESFI). Their efforts, along with the commitment and skill of the Indian CS:GO team, have opened the door for a more promising future for women in the esports sector.

“As the first all-female CS:GO team from India to reach this stage, we are proud to represent our country in the Asian qualifiers. We have practiced tirelessly and worked on improving our gameplay and we are ready to compete against the best. Along with qualifying for the 15th WEC, our goal is also to inspire more women to pursue their passion for gaming and Esports. We are grateful to the ESFI for all their support, coaching & enabling the female Esports athletes’ participation at the international stage, and will give our absolute best to make our country proud, ” said team captain Swayambika Sachar. 

“We are incredibly proud of our female CS:GO, team, as they prepare for their historic journey in the Asian qualifiers. Their participation is a testament to the rise of women in Indian Esports. We believe in their potential to emerge victorious on the international stage and are also sure that the team’s progress will inspire more women to follow their dreams of a professional career in video gaming. We extend our best wishes to the team in their pursuit of securing a spot for the grand finals in Romania,” said Mr. Vinod Tiwari, President, of the Esports Federation of India.

As the team represents India in the Asian qualifiers, they carry the hopes and aspirations of a nation. Their journey is not only about competitive gaming but also about breaking barriers, challenging stereotypes, and proving that women have a significant role to play in the world of esports.

Stay tuned for more updates on the Indian CS:GO team’s progress in the Asian qualifiers, and join in to support these talented players as they aim for victory on the international stage.

Also Read: CS GO Trading 2023: How To Make Money From The Game

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