· 32 teams, including 24 Invited Teams and 8 Underdog Teams will participate in the series, and the top 16 teams to qualify for Rooter Pro Series Lan scheduled later in the year
· Rooter will exclusively broadcast the series in 6 different languages
· The teams will compete in three phases for a massive prize pool worth INR 15,00,000.
New Delhi, July 22, 2022: Rooter, the country’s biggest game and eSports streaming platform, is going to host a Battlegrounds Mobile India tournament, slated to be held from July 25th to August 3rd. The tournament will be a pathway for the teams to qualify for Rooter Pro Series Lan scheduled later in the year. Thirty-two top Indian teams, including twenty-four invited teams and eight underdog teams (qualified from ROOTER UNDERDOG SERIES 6.0, where 5000 teams played to get a slot), will face off in the 10-day tournament.
The Battlegrounds Mobile India is one of the most significant mobile game launches in history, with over 50 million downloads within a month. The #RoadToProSeriesLan tournament organised by Rooter will witness the teams combating each other in three phases for a massive prize pool worth INR 15,00,000. In the first phase (25th July- 28th July), 32 teams will compete against each other, of which 24 teams will qualify for the second phase (29th July- 1st Aug) and finally, 16 teams will be selected to compete in the final phase (2nd Aug – 3rd Aug). The entire event will be broadcasted in 6 different languages, which the viewers can stream exclusively on Rooter from 12pm to 5 pm.
Godlike Esports, OR Esports, Chemin Esports, Orangutan Gaming, Team Celtz, Revenge Esports, Godlike Girls, Rivalry, Enigma Gaming, Nigma Galaxy, IMPRNT ESPORTS, R Esports are few of the teams participating in the tournament. The BGMI invitational eSports tournament will be a compilation of 50 hours of premium-produced content to be streamed across Rooter.
“After receiving an overwhelming success on our last year’s tournament, we are excited to organise it again this year for our users. As the pioneers in India’s game streaming space, our event can be an incredible opportunity for the country’s top gamers to hone their skills and continue their journey to make an indelible mark in the Indian gaming ecosystem,” says Dipesh Agarwal, Co-Founder, and COO, Rooter.
An early market leader in a fast-growing and rapidly evolving space, Rooter has been successfully hosting multiple eSports tournaments to nurture and promote the growing eSports community. Its state-of-the-art platform has been a strong supporter of the creator economy. Ranked No. 1 app on Google Play Store in the sports category since 2020, the app has crossed 40 million downloads and currently has one million content creators and 15,000+ Facecam streamers creating gaming content.