India’s leading Revenant eSports has achieved a landmark victory by securing a spot in Brawl Stars World Finals 2023.
this achievement This signifies a victory for the team and signals India’s burgeoning position in the global esports arena. India’s presence on such a respected platform marks a significant turning point as global tournaments offer high prize money and prestige.
A snapshot of the Revenant eSports journey
With a dominant showing in the Indian regional leagues in early 2023, Revenant Esports earned a whopping 564 points and qualified for the Brawl Stars Championship 2023: Last Chance Qualifier.
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— Revenant Esports (@RevenantIndia) October 8, 2023
They showed their superiority by defeating Rising Sun eSports SEA and Datos F/A, and furthered their winning journey to the main stage by defeating Reconic eSports SA. This victory confirmed our participation in the Brawl Stars World Finals, which will be held in Jönköping, Sweden, as a key highlight of DreamHack Winter 2023.
However, the second Indian contender, Marcos Gaming, also failed to replicate the same success and ended the journey at the bottom of the group.
India’s achievements in the 2022 Asian Games
Indian eSports talent isn’t just making waves at the Brawl Stars Championship. The country was preparing to showcase its capabilities at the 2022 Asian Games to be held in Hangzhou, China. The Asian Games made history by officially incorporating e-sports as a medal sport. Despite challenges such as pandemic delays and disagreements over licensing that led to the exclusion of popular titles like Hearthstone, India remains undaunted.
Street Fighter V’s Indian representatives Mayank “MiKeYROG” Prajapati and Ayan “AYAN01” Biswas have racked up numerous victories. Similarly, EA Sports FC Online contestants Charanjot Singh and Karman Singh Tikka also qualified for the Asian Games due to their commendable performance at the National eSports Championships. India has assembled his strong six-member squad for League of Legends and is ready to take on the international competition.
Esports in India: More than just a game
According to the 2022 report, the industry: worth $40 millionis expected to jump to $140 million by 2027. In 2021-2022 alone, the number of active esports players will quadruple, and by 2027 India could boast an esports community of 1.5 million players. This impressive growth can be attributed to affordable gaming devices, a younger population, and increased internet access.
Emerging trends in the esports industry highlight the country’s unique gaming ecosystem. The industry’s appeal transcends city boundaries, attracting players from metropolitan and non-metropolitan areas. In-app purchases and subscription models are becoming the norm, motivating developers to continually innovate. And it’s not just about local tournaments anymore. Global competitions with attractive prize money are making headlines, further cementing India’s position in esports.
the future is bright
India’s cultural influence on gaming choices, combined with a focus on health and well-being, creates a diverse and inclusive gaming environment. Ecosystems are evolving as stakeholders, including regulators, work in harmony, suggesting a future full of opportunity.
India is no longer just a participant in global esports. It’s a formidable competitor. With teams like Revenant eSports setting the stage and international tournaments offering hefty prizes, India is gearing up to stake its claim in the big leagues.