Jio and MediaTek have launched ‘Gaming Masters 2.0′, the second version of their e-sports match that can function the Indian model of the PUBG Cell, Battlegrounds Cell India (BGMI). The sport is printed by South Korean firm Krafton, and developed by PUBG Studios. The e-sports match can have a prize pool of Rs. 12.5 lakhs, and people who are enthusiastic about taking part can register now. The debut season featured Garena Free Fireplace and as per the communication despatched to us, it attracted over 14,000 workforce registrations.
The best way to register for ‘Gaming Masters 2.0′
Registrations for the ‘Gaming Masters 2.0′ have begun and folks can register on https://play.jiogames.com. Each Jio and non-Jio customers are eligible to take part, and there’s no participation price.
As per the small print accessible on the official platform, the ‘Gaming Masters 2.0′ match will likely be a three-month lengthy occasion. It should kick off on November 23 and conclude on January 10. Qualifier 1 will begin from November 23 and can go on until November 27. Equally, Qualifier 2 will likely be held from November 30 to December 4, Qualifier 3 begins from December 7 until December 11, and Qualifier 4 will likely be held from December 14 until December 18. Submit qualifiers, the ‘street to finale’ will start on December 21.
For individuals who want to watch the match, Jio will even stream matches on JioGames Watch, JioTV HD Esports Channel, Fb, and JioGames YouTube Channel.
Just lately, BGMI developer Krafton introduced that the gamers in India will be capable to qualify for the e-sports medal occasions within the Asian Video games 2022 which can be scheduled to happen from September 10 to September 25 in Hangzhou, China. The occasion will even see gamers compete in different video games reminiscent of League of Legends, Enviornment of Valor, EA Sports activities FIFA, DOTA 2, Hearthstone, Avenue Fighter V, and Dream Three Kingdoms 2.