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FanClash set to host ‘CS:GO Reignite’ with ₹1 lakh prize pool to revive the game

FanClash set to host 'CS:GO Reignite' with ₹1 lakh prize pool to revive the game
FanClash set to host ‘CS:GO Reignite’ with ₹1 lakh prize pool to revive the game

January 5, 2023, New Delhi: FanClash, Asia’s largest esports fantasy platform, has announced its unique event, “CS:GO Reignite” which will include top-tier participation from the country’s finest experienced CS:GO teams vying for a 1 lakh prize pool from January 9-15, 2022.

This competition exemplifies FanClash’s ambition of reviving PC gaming in the face of mobile-dominated gaming environments in India. The goal is to build a solid environment in which gaming games such as CS:GO and DOTA 2 may see a significant comeback in the community. FanClash’s recent collaboration with AMD Skyesports Championship 4.0 aimed to demonstrate their dedication to rejuvenating the environment of classic Esports titles.

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FanClash set to host ‘CS:GO Reignite’

FanClash set to host 'CS:GO Reignite' with ₹1 lakh prize pool to revive the game

“In the wake of Esports officially being recognised as a multi-sport event by the government, we are tremendously thrilled to announce the launch of our premium Esports IP ‘CS:GO Reignite’. CS:GO is a classic game with a strong following in the Esports world. With teams in the nation expanding out into several rosters across different PC Esports titles, CS:relevance GO’s in the community will grow and it will become a prominent title for Esports events in 2023. Our ultimate goal is to ensure that India wins the Olympics and Asian Gold Medals in esports from the start, a bus that we missed in traditional sports and are still chasing. India has a chance to win the new sports, and FanClash wants to help them do so.” said Richa Singh, Co-Founder, and CEO of FanClash.

Athletes of note include Tejas ‘Ace’ Sawant, Rishabh ‘Rakazone’ Karnal, Sayyed ‘Paradox’ Kasif, Manoj ‘Sentinel’ Kasyap, Harsh ‘Harshhh’ Arora, Swayambika ‘Sway’ Sachar, Nishant ‘iFlicks’ Murlidharan, and many more. Hyderabad Hydras, one of India’s first city-based Esports franchise organisations, will participate in a round-robin style against Revenant Esports, Velocity Gaming, Reckoning Esports, and Orangutan beginning on January 9.

The tournament’s grand finale will take place on January 15 at 5 p.m., with the champion team receiving $65,000 and the runners-up receiving $35,000.

FanClash will allow fans to participate in the competition by establishing their own fantasy teams and leveraging their esports skills to earn exclusive rewards on its app. All of the tournament’s high-profile matchups will be webcast live on FanClash’s YouTube channel, https://www.youtube.com/@FanClash.

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