New Delhi: Indian Gaming League, India’s recognized competitive gaming and esports league and the one-stop hub for all the gaming enthusiasts has announced the launch of Indian Gaming League Championship Cup Season 1. This will be a first-of-its-kind tournament in the online gaming and esports segment aiming to boost the esports segment in India and to cater to the gamers increasing demand for innovative and interactive games.
The tournament will witness users playing and competing in six thrilling games. The match is all set to commence from 15th March 2021 and will conclude on 28th April 2021. This is an open tournament and the users can directly register themselves from the official website to participate.
The users have a reason to rejoice as they also have an opportunity to win exciting prizes worth Rs.2.5 lakhs. The match will also be accompanied by the Indian Gaming League Awards, the first of its kind high-end virtual awards night to felicitate the winners of the championship. The gala event will be hosted by MTV’s fame Rannvijay Singha and Anusha Dandekar.
Yash Pariani, CEO of, Indian Gaming League, expresses his elation over the announcement, “E-sports despite being a recent entrant in the market has picked up the pace and its future indeed seems promising. With the launch of the IGL Championship Cup Season 1, we wish to provide our gaming community what they desire, an innovative experience in esports. Our main motto for hosting such tournaments is to boost the esports segment in India and also to push the growth of content creators. Considering that they are a budding community, they have a lot of potentials and they possess the capability to tap to the masses. Hence, a lot of companies are providing them the required platform so that they can post original content. We thought of this as a great opportunity and realized that foraying into this segment via our tournaments will be a successful deal. Hence, we devised the idea of IPL Championship Cup Season 1 and decided to join the venture. We are anticipating a great response from the gamers. Fingers crossed that the championship has a good run.’’
Launched in 2016, Indian Gaming League has successfully created a position for itself. It has earned a huge user base and has been able to grow it threefold in the last 12 months. It also hosted over 3000 gaming tournaments in 2020.