When it comes to FIFAe esports, the Indian esports scene has developed dramatically over the past several years, and credit for this great development should go to all the participants and authorities who have worked tirelessly behind the scenes to make this sports entity unique.
Talking about the latest development, Top Indian FIFAe sport athlete including the likes of Siddh Chandarana, Saransh Jain, Charanjot Singh and Lokmanyu Chaturvedi will be competing against each other for this prestigious title.
Eisl have already entered in next season, with first edition is already successful and there will be lot at stake when the next season resume.
The tournament has also lift up major hype due to successful first season and quality of matches will be top notch in next edition onward.
“It’s a different format, most of it is online,” Saransh Jain, said while talking to Sportstar.
Saransh was also part of eISL inaugural edition, where he was part of Chennaiyin FC team who bagged the title.
This year he has moved his side to North East United FC team looking all set to face the daunting challenge marching ahead.
“I want to represent Chennaiyin again but unfortunately, that did not happen. But playing for NorthEast United has been a great experience so far. There’s so much football that comes from here,” Saransh added.
“Teaming up with Emaad (Emaad Jameel Ahmed) has been a great experience.”
Charanjot Singh who was part of inaugural edition of eISL, talked about his experience of playing in the inaugural edition.
“For my first season, it has been a decent start… I think I have done a pretty good job until now in the 10 games I have played. I’ve won eight games, drawn one, after a last-minute equaliser and lost just once,” he said.
There is a bit of added pressure because your opponent knows what you’re going to do. But I’d just want to remain unpredictable on that day,” Saransh concluded.