FanClash, Asia’s largest Esports Fantasy platform announces its collaboration with JetSynthesys’ Skyesports, India’s leading tournament organizer, for AMD Skyesports Championship 4.0. This partnership is a step in the right direction, for both organizations, to reignite the CSGO & DOTA 2 ecosystems and revive these coveted esports game titles.
AMD Skyesports Championship 4.0 Finale is scheduled to happen on December 24, 2022, at the Bombay Exhibition Center, NESCO at Goregaon, Mumbai with top personalities from SEA and India in attendance. This premium esports and gaming IP will also offer a host of esports events, music shows, and meet-and-greets amongst other activities for the gaming community. There is a strong focus by FanClash on fan engagement, including opportunities for fans to connect with their favorite esports stars through fantasy and in-person events.
The competitions in CS:GO and Dota 2 featured open-for-all qualifiers providing a #PathToPro for aspiring players. Besides the bragging rights and the spectacular trophy, the winners also stand a chance to win from a total prize pool of $10,000 in CSGO while there is $15,000 on the line for Dota 2.
FanClash Announces Partnership with AMD Skyesports Championship 4.0
Commenting on the grand tournament, Richa Singh, Co-founder, FanClash said, “Dota 2 was historically one of the most popular esports games in India, behind only Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. However, the rise of mobile esports in the country has led to a shift in focus away from PC-based games like Dota 2 and CS:GO. This partnership with Skyesports will help to revitalize the esports ecosystem. We are excited about the potential for on-ground events and opportunities for fans to engage with their most loved celebrities.
Shiva Nandy, founder, and CEO, Skyesports added, “The Skyesports Championship was introduced in 2019 and since then has grown to become a household name in the Indian gaming industry. This year, we are proud to expand its horizons even further with the on-ground event in Mumbai and also welcoming teams from Southeast Asia. The open-for-all on-ground event and esports competitions will enable even more engagement opportunities with fans, especially with FanClash joining as the official Fantasy partners.”