Revenant Esports joins forces with FanClash

Revenant Esports joins forces with FanClash

November 1, 2022

Indian esports organisation Revenant Esports has signed a multiyear deal with esports fantasy platform FanClash, the latter becoming the Official Fantasy Partner of the former. Through this partnership, FanClash will engage with the massive fan following of the team and collaborate with Revenant over various fantasy engagement activities.

While Revenant Esports boosts India’s renowned gamers and creators across numerous esports titles, this association will give gaming enthusiasts an opportunity to be actively involved with Revenant’s various gaming rosters as well as the tournaments they participate in. 

Rohit Jagasia, CEO and founder, Revenant Esports, said:

FanClash is now an aspirational name in the world of esports and we are thrilled to have them associated with us as our fantasy gaming partner. We at Revenant Esports believe that the popularity of our esports roster and content creators are secure in times to come. Our association is a step taken towards revolutionising Esports fandom in the country.

Archana Sangran, Marketing Head, FanClash, added:

Esports as an industry has been gaining greater popularity alongside receiving traction at a national and worldwide scale. Valorant has also been gaining a great fan following from the esports community. Therefore, the company has been aggressively exploring opportunities for increasing fan engagement along with creating excitement and anticipation. Our endeavour has always been to bring accessibility through compelling associations for gamers. We will be announcing many more developments in the upcoming months.

FanClash is an esports startup for gamers to compete, access curated content and get their daily dose of thrill by playing fantasy leagues on popular esports titles from across the globe. FanClash also provides its users with the latest happenings from the gaming world apart from hosting fantasy games. FanClash is committed to revolutionising the esports fantasy world with thrilling, fair and accessible gameplay. The company employs the latest technology and data-driven mindset while building for esports enthusiasts of all levels.

According to the industry reports, the number of esports players doubled from 300,000 in 2020 to 600,000 in 2021, esports revenue grew by 29%, from ?750 crore in 2020 to ?970 crore in 2021, as esports teams also grew by over 50%, from 60,000 in 2020 to 100,000 in 2021. The total prize money in 2021 crossed the ?20,000-crore mark, with there also being a meteoric rise in viewership, from 600,000 hours in 2020 to 2 million hours in 2021.

Aditya Chaudhuri

Hailing from the City of Joy, the things that bring me joy are cricket, a good non-tilt CS:GO session, F1 and movies.

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