Everything you want to know about the Commonwealth Esports Championship 2022| Date & Time| Schedule

The stage has been set for Esports in Commonwealth Games where several players will compete against each other on August 6th and 7th 2022 which will be held in the International Convention center held in Birmingham. 

It will be a pilot event that will certainly pave the way for organizing video game competitions in the biggest sporting events in the world. 

The preliminary rounds of the Commonwealth Games will act as qualifiers for the semi-finals and finals. 

Let’s have a look at the list of all the games which will be part of CWG 2022 in detail: 

  • Dota 2
  • Rocket League
  • eFootball Series 

Indian team will be participating in two games out of these three which include- DOTA 2 and Rocket League where Hargun Singh, Sandeep Sahani, and Rushil Reddy will be the member of former game and Ketan Goyal, Abhishek Yadav, Shubhnam Goli, and Vishal Vernekar will be representing the nation in the latter. 

NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal invested $155 million dollars in NRG esports after witnessing 30,000 Kids involved in League of Legends

“I am really excited about esports being included in a Commonwealth event as this will really change how esports is perceived among people around the world. As a player, it’s a huge opportunity being given to us and we are really going to do our best to represent India as best as we can. All of us are putting in extra effort to maximise everyone’s potential and work together as a team.” Hargun said. 

Commonwealth Esports Championship 2022 Birmingham

Let’s have a look at the complete schedule of Esports Championship in detail: 

Day 1 – Session 1:

  • 10:30 am: Rocket League (Open) – Third Place match
  • 11:30 am: Rocket League (Open) – Grand Final
  • 1 pm: eFootball Series (Open) – Third Place match
  • 1:30 pm: eFootball Series (Open) – Grand Final

Day 1 – Session 2:

  • 3 pm – DOTA 2 (Women’s) – Third Place match
  • 6 pm – DOTA 2 (Women’s) – Grand Final
Day 2 – Session 1:

Day 2 – Session 2:

  • 3 pm: DOTA 2 (Open) – Third Place match
  • 6 pm: DOTA 2 (Open) – Grand Final

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