fbpx
Skyesports and MOGO join forces to host India's premier collegiate esports championship

Skyesports and MOGO join forces to host India’s premier collegiate esports championship

September 19, 2023

Indian esports tournament organiser Skyesports has partnered with collegiate esports platform Mobile Global Esports (MOGO) to host the country’s biggest collegiate esports tournaments.

The “MOGO National Championship”, with a prize pool of more than ?10 lakh, is set to culminate with its LAN Finals, hosted by Skyesports, from September 18 to 22 at the Lovely Professional University (LPU) in Phagwara, Punjab.

The MOGO National Championship is an initiative to bridge the gap between traditional sports and esports, while making competitive gaming a major part of collegiate events. Following qualifiers that took place across all major national colleges, 16 teams competed in the Valorant title at the grand LAN Finals inside the 2,000-seat arena at LPU Phagwara. 

The colleges competing in the finale are: MIT WPU, Mumbai University, Pune University, SIES, JECRC University, DIT University, Poornima University, VIT Bhopal, Francis Xavier, SRM KTR, Manipal University, IIT Madras, Chandigarh University, IGNOU, Chitkara University, and Lovely Professional University.

Shiva Nandy, CEO and Founder, Skyesports, said:

Having a well-developed ecosystem for collegiate Esports is important to nurture talent and grow Esports from the grassroots level. The MOGO National Championship is doing just that with its pan-India format targeting all major colleges and the LAN Finale at the LPU. All the best to the 16 college teams competing in the inaugural Finale and I look forward to working together with MOGO to bring more events at the collegiate level.” 

Dave Pross, CEO, Mobile Global Esports, added:

MOGO is thrilled to be part of this exciting collaboration with Skyesports for the MOGO National Championship. Our mission has always been to foster the growth of Esports at the collegiate level, and this partnership exemplifies our commitment to making competitive gaming a major part of collegiate events. We’re excited to witness the talents of these 16 college teams on display and look forward to many more such collaborations that will continue to elevate Esports in India.

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.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Japanese Grand Prix 2023: Race Predictions
Previous Story

Japanese Grand Prix 2023: Race Predictions

Liverpool adds UPS to its growing list of partners
Next Story

Liverpool FC ink deal with UPS

Latest from eSports

Go toTop