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India Wins Bronze At Commonwealth ESports Championship 2022

India Wins Bronze At Commonwealth ESports Championship 2022

Team India claimed the bronze medal at the Commonwealth Games 2022’s first esports event. Among the best of three matches India Vs New Zealand is ready to fight against each other till the final. Team India won with a 2-0 margin to claim the bronze medal and sweep New Zealand.

The Commonwealth Games’ first event, esports, was held in 2022 and featured three games: Rocket League, DOTA 2, and eFOOTBALL.

Team India’s run at the Commonwealth Games ended in disappointment, as they were eliminated in the Rocket League championship. However, the DOTA 2 team rallied behind Moin Ejaz and advanced to the final. In the end, they were beaten by Sri Lanka in a nail-biting final that went down to the wire. India’s performance in the Commonwealth Games was nonetheless excellent, and we can only hope for greater results in future installments.

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In the semifinals, India was up against Malaysia and lost, after which they were pitted against New Zealand to compete for the bronze medal.

India Won The Match

Team India dominated the opening game, resulting in an easy win for the squad. Team India was able to turn the tables in their favor and win the second game as well as earn a bronze medal.

After this triumph, the Indian team demonstrated that they were capable of competing with some of the best teams in the world. India subsequently went on to win several international competitions, including the Asian and Commonwealth Games.

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The following players made up the team’s playing five:

  • Moin Ejaz
  • Ketan Goyal
  • Abhishek Yadav
  • Shubham Goli
  • Vishal Vernekar

This triumph and medal have not been included in the official count of medals, yet it has helped India onto the world stage. The entire Indian gaming sector is ecstatic about the DOTA 2 squad.

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