Skyesports Championship 5.0 Prize Pool, Teams, Date And Time
With Skyesports Championship 5.0, the fifth annual edition of India’s longest-running esports IP, the competition is poised for a victorious comeback. The tournament is expected to be larger and better than in previous years, with an incredible INR 2.12 Crore prize pool, amateur qualifiers, and heart-pounding esports action. Interestingly, from November 1st to 5th, esports fans can watch the live event for free at Bangalore’s esteemed Koramangala Indoor Stadium as part of the BGMI Finals. The registration page for the Skyesports Championship 5.0 is now open. Discover more by reading on.
For its fifth edition, Loco, the top independent esports and live-streaming platform in the globe, has teamed up with Skyesports Championship, the most prestigious esports intellectual property in India. The tournament will be streamed live in English, Hindi, and Tamil on Loco in an effort to provide fans all around India with the greatest possible viewing experience. This will allow fans to follow the action from wherever in the country.
Furthermore, AMD, a pioneer in high-performance computing, graphics, and visualization technologies, powers the Skyesports Championship 5.0. The competition, which features both PC and mobile games and includes players from the Middle East, South Asia, and India, is the ideal way to highlight AMD’s graphical capabilities.
So far, four teams have successfully qualified for the BGMI LAN Finale. These are as follows:
- GodLike Esports: Defending champions of the Skyesports Championship BGMI
- Big Brothers Esports: Champions of the Skyesports Skirmish Series 2023
- Soul Esports and Blind Esports: Top 2 teams of the Skyesports Champions Series (SCS) 2023
Commenting on the return of the Skyesports Championship for a historic fifth edition, Shiva Nandy, Founder and CEO, of Skyesports, said, “From a mere Rs. 3 Lakhs prize pool at the Skyesports Championship 1.0 in 2019, we now proudly present an astounding Rs. 2.12 Crore prize pool, a 70x growth since our first edition and one of the biggest in the history of Indian esports. This tournament is designed to provide aspiring gamers with grassroots-level qualifiers, serving as a #PathtoPro for those who dream of achieving greatness in the esports arena. We are absolutely delighted to welcome Loco and AMD as our partners, as they play an integral role in showcasing the immense potential of India’s longest-running homegrown esports intellectual property. Lastly, with our LAN Finals for BGMI at the Koramangala Indoor Stadium, we look forward to putting on a thrilling show for esports audiences.“
Speaking on the announcement Firasat Durrani, Co-founder and Vice President of Business Operations, at LOCO, said, “We are thrilled to take the stage as the exclusive streaming partner for Skyesports Championship 5.0. This partnership is a testament to our unwavering dedication to delivering a diverse range of content to our viewers, especially in the realm of esteemed esports like BGMI. Our mission has always been to bring the pulse-pounding world of esports to fans far and wide, and this collaboration marks a significant milestone in our journey. Through the Skyesports Championship 5.0 we’re also presenting an excellent opportunity for advertising brands to connect with the gaming community through our comprehensive media solutions. Loco is thrilled to be a part of this journey, raising the bar for esports entertainment in India.”
For the Skyesports Championship 5.0, registration is currently available. To join up, prospective professional players should visit the Skyesports Discord channel. There will only be a limited number of slots available, and registration ends at 11 PM today. The qualifying round begins on October 11; several matches will take place on the same day, so make plans appropriately. Free tickets will be offered for the Bangalore LAN Finale.
At the end of the one-day gaming and esports event, which took place in December of last year at the Bombay Exhibition Center in Mumbai, over 5,000 individuals participated in the Skyesports Championship 4.0.
The Streamers Showdown for CSGO, which featured 15 of the top content makers in the nation vying in the first-person shooter, was the centerpiece of the Skyesports Championship 4.0. In front of a full arena, the creators were divided into three teams and they fought for the trophy.
Teams from South Asia and Southeast Asia competed in the fourth edition of the Skyesports Championship, showcasing titles like Dota 2 and CSGO. Neon Esports, a Filipino organization, won the Dota 2 championship, and Team NKT from Southeast Asia took first place in CSGO.
For the fans who attended the event, Skyesports arranged meet-and-greets with the designers. It was an extremely celebrity-studded day in Mumbai, with attendees including Dynamo Gaming, Xyaa, Tbone, Fa2, Ankkita C, and more. Finally, a number of cosplayers honored the occasion by performing a show for the guests.
AMD was the presenter of the Skyesports Championship 4.0, and Logitech G served as the gaming partner. The official gaming chair partner was Cybeart.