Leading Esports tournament organizer from India, Skyesports announced that it will host CSGO and Dota 2 LAN tournaments by the end of this year. Following their recent Valorant SEA Championship LAN conclusion, the firm announced AMD Skyesports Championship 4.0 featuring a couple of esports titles.
Skyesports, who recently expanded to South East Asia by partnering up with Ampverse are about to bring back CSGO and Dota 2 LAN events into the Indian Esports circuit as the titles are making a comeback after the pandemic. Skyesports has been making a name for itself by hosting multiple events featuring various competitive titles both nationally and internationally.
CSGO and Dota 2 have a sizeable user base in India but they, as competitive titles, are not popular in India as they are overseas. With AMD Skyesports Championship 4.0, both titles may attract gamers in India and allow them to explore more competitive titles.
Skyesports Championship 4.0 Announced With CSGO and Dota 2 Lan Events in December
Skyesports has gained momentum and popularity with the Valorant scene both in India and global countries. With their recent expansion into the SEA region, the company is picking up the pace to become one of the largest entities in the esports industry globally and the two titles that they included in the Championship 4.0 has taken the Indian gaming community by an amaze.
It is time to revive & bring back the OG sensational games! Get ready to summon your squad, the time has arrived! The most awaited AMD Skyesports Championship 4.0 is back.
Two games that revolutionized esports in the world – CS: GO & DOTA are back on the scene now in India. pic.twitter.com/MKwbTFt7MN
— Skyesports (@skyesportsindia) November 26, 2022
AMD Skyesports Championship 4.0 is said to take place as a LAN line event in Mumbai in December 2022. The official announcement reads, “It is time to revive & bring back the OG sensational games! Get ready to summon your squad, the time has arrived! The most awaited AMD Skyesports Championship 4.0 is back. Two games that revolutionized esports in the world – CS: GO & DOTA are back on the scene now in India.“
After weeks of teasing one of the most anticipated esports tournaments of the year, Skyesports has unveiled details about its upcoming Championship 4.0 which is set to bring back some of the finest titles in the global esports community.
Shiva “Marvel” Nandy, CEO and Founder of Skyesports, officially announced last week on November 18th that the next AMD Skyesports Championship 4.0 has been registered under the ‘Professional Tournaments’ category of Dota 2.
Though the prize pool for the Dota 2 event has not been formally confirmed, the information that has been provided indicates that the prize money is expected to be around $15,000.
Skyesports has announced that they would invest $1 million into prize pools of upcoming online and LAN events throughout 2022 and 2023 as part of their collaboration with Ampverse. With the recent announcement of the Championship 4.0 tournament, both CS: GO and DOTA 2 will arouse nostalgia in the community.
Skyesports also announced the Pokemon Unite India Open tournament earlier this month. The tournament will boast a prize pool of Rs 22,50,000 (roughly $27,165) which recently concluded its registration phase. Pokemon Unite India Open 2022 is also set to take place as a LAN line event alongside the AMD Skyesports Championship 4.0.