South Korean based organisation Krafton announces Mobile India Esports tournament roadmap for 2022 in detail

The way Esports have expanded their wings in already established traditional sports ecosystem is an achievement in itself. Taking about new developments in the field of Esports, South Korean based organisation “Krafton” announces Mobile India Esports tournament roadmap for 2022 which will include games like Battlegrounds Mobile India Open Challenge, Battle Mobile Pro Series 1, Battleground Mobile Pro series 2 and eventually Battleground India series.

The first event will be Battleground Mobile India Challenge for which registration will start from this month but the tournament will be conducted at the end of the March along with format of the tournament was also announced by organizers via official video.

The tournament will be offering a prize pool upto 6 crore for winners and in Pro Season 1 and Season 2 prize pool would racked upto 2 crore.

In case you are not aware about “Krafton” let me tell you that they are South Korean based Esports organisation who have recently dropped the version of 1.8.5 update a couple of days back which brought the new Jutjusu collaboration.  These update also include bug fixes along with new features and more.

Taking more about Krafton, formerly known as “Bluehole” who distribute their video games in area in Seongam which is the second largest city of South Korea.

The organisation was founded in 2007 and widely known as for developing games like TERA,PUBG,Battlegrounds and PUBG new site.

According to Forbes, Chang who is serving as the founder of Krafton falls in the list of seven gaming billionaries in South Korea.

They acquired a company called “Unknown Worlds Entertainment” which was based in San Fransico, Calofornia in 2021 who were popularly known for developing games like Natural Selection and Zen of Sudako .

They have also acquired another South Korean company known as “5minlab corporation” in 2022 who are widely known for developing games like Smash Legends, Bam Sqauad and Toy Clash.