India have started dominating the E-sports community of Asia as the E-sports team of India- Total Gaming- recently outplayed our neighbours Pakistan and Nepal in the inaugural World E-sports Cup (WEC’21), and Indian teams were able to bag the first four places in the marquee event.
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The South Asia`s premier tri-nation E-sports tournament, (WEC’21) have witnessed around 1.2 million registrations from India, Pakistan, and Nepal, and even saw a huge boost in the viewership across the different social channels of India Today Gaming (ITG).
The global finals of the event saw a rip-roaring competition between the twelve teams with the most impressive and skilled players from India, Pakistan, and Nepal. Indian E-sports teams- Total Gaming, Chemin E-sports, Orangutan Elite and Arrow E-sports- were able to execute a solid game plan and strategies from the Day 1 of the 5-day final stage, and were able to dominate the teams from our neighbouring countries Pakistan and Nepal as they showed brilliant attacking and defensive strategies and were able to finish in the top 4.
With a nip and tuck competition for the top spot between Total Gaming, Chemin E-sports, and Orangutan Elite, total gaming led by Ajay Sharma won the first place with 342 points including (Ranked Point- 198, Killing Point- 144). With the win Total Gaming took home a grand prize of Rs 35 Lakhs, as Chemin E-sports and Orangutan Elite were able to secure second and third position respectively, won a whooping amount of Rs 15 Lakhs and Rs 8 Lakhs in reward for their efforts.
With 53 kills throughout the event, Daksh aka Mafia from Total Gaming showed an impressive performance, and won the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the Tournament award and also received Rs 50,000 for his performance.
With 314 points including (RP-176, KP-138) Chemin E-sports finished second, whereas Orangutan Elite finished third with 304 points including (RP-176, KP-128). Arrow E-sports of India was able to finish fourth with 299 points and with 273 points 2BGamers from Nepal finished at fifth spot.
With a successful conclusion of WEC’21, Vishwalok Nath, Director, WEC ’21 said: “The E-sports athletes across three countries showcased their A-game in the global finals and the competition was nothing short of top-class. We are driven by our association by working with a bunch of talented players across India, Pakistan and Nepal and this serves as the perfect setup to take our marquee property to new heights.
“The five-day global finals witnessed top-notch performances by the participating teams and players. I congratulate all the teams as there is nothing called losing but learning which everyone got from this tournament. I hope these athletes will further utilise this experience and win medals for their country in the coming time,” he said.