This is the first of many IPs that will pave way for esports talent and revolutionize the way esports is consumed in India, thereby forging a more credible and gratifying ecosystem,” said Samin Ahmed, Head of Marketing at BlitzkriegXP.
MUMBAI, Feb 10 (The CONNECT) - BlitzkriegXP has announced a Free Fire tournament in India with the unveiling of an event, Streamer Sangram. This event will feature India’s biggest and popular Free Fire streamers that will pit them against each other in a 5-match series, a press release said.
The squad which emerges victorious after the series of exciting matches will be crowned as the Streamer Sangram Champion and will claim the grand prize of a TVS Apache 160 4V bike per player.
“We are thrilled to announce Free Fire Streamer Sangram for the community and most importantly giving the talented and passionate gaming youth of India, a platform to showcase their talent and play alongside the streamers. This is the first of many IPs that will pave way for esports talent and revolutionize the way esports is consumed in India, thereby forging a more credible and gratifying ecosystem,” said Samin Ahmed, Head of Marketing at BlitzkriegXP.
In this one of its kind event, the 12 Streamers will act as 12 team captains and open up the contest to their fans on YouTube. The remaining 3 spots in each of the 12 squads, which is a total of 36 spots, will be taken up by the Streamer’s YouTube subscribers and fans as the gateway to participate will be through an open contest, which means all aspiring participants are given the opportunity to win the bike.
Streamer Sangram will feature a total of 12 teams captained by the chosen 12 streamers. The teams will then compete over a series of 5 classic matches being held over a period of 1 day and they will be competing for the grand prize of 4 TVS Apache 160 4V bikes reserved for the 4 victorious squad members.
The 3 participants alongside each Streamer captain will be chosen via an open contest. The selection will be done basis time taken to complete the tasks. Registrations open on the 8th of February, 2021.
All the 12 stars will be live streaming the event on their YouTube channels. The matches will also be streamed with live commentary on the caster’s channel.