Global Esports Wins Valorant AMD Skyesports Souvenir – Mumbai 2022 Championship


India’s first Valorant LAN event, the AMD Skyesports Souvenir- Mumbai 2022 saw Global Esports dominate the playing field and emerge as victors. The team put up a blisteringly dominant performance in the grand finals against Enigma Gaming and came away with a 3-0 sweep.

The AMD Skyesports Souvenir saw terrific Valorant gameplay from the likes of the 4 South Asian giants, Global Esports, Enigma Gaming, Team Snakes, and Velocity Gaming. Global Esports’ SKRossi put up a string of remarkable performances throughout the AMD Skyesports Souvenir and was rewarded for his efforts with the MVP award.

This was a rather successful outing for both the AMD Skyesports Souvenir and Global Esports as the Valorant LAN tournament raked in quite the audience over Skyesports’ Youtube and Rooter channels.

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Global Esports Take the Top Prize at the first Valorant LAN Tournament in India, the AMD Skyesports Souvenir

Valorant AMD Skyesports Souvenir

According to the stats revealed by Skyesports, the live stream of the tournament had a peak viewership of 51,000 across Rooter and Youtube. Highlights from the tournament are available on the Youtube channel and it features high-level Valorant plays from some of the best teams in the South Asia region.

A total of 3 Indian teams played in the tournament and Team Snakes from Pakistan joined remotely due to travel complications. Enigma Gaming and Global Esports have developed somewhat of a rivalry as the two teams went head-to-head in the finals of the WD Black Cup Season 3 last month.

While Enigma Gaming came away with the victory last month, it was Global Esports who proved themselves the more dominant team this time around.

The success of the AMD Skyesports Souvenir – 2022 Mumbai is a positive sign for Valorant esports in India given the positive viewership numbers. Skyesports continues to prove its commitment to grassroots-level esports in the country as the tournament was broadcasted in a number of languages, including Hindi, English, Kannada, Tamil, Malayalam, and Bengali.