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Global Esports CEO Reveals the Highest Spending Esports Organization In India

Global Esports CEO Reveals the Highest Spending Esports Organization In India

Rushindra Sinha spills the beans on Indian Esports organization's spending culture.

The Indian Esports scene have taken an upturn, with many organizations such as Global Esports and S8UL Esports representing internationally. But, which of these top-tier teams spend the most?

 Well, while we don’t know, Global Esports CEO Rushindra Sinha seems to know the big spenders in the Esports industry. As spotted by AFK Gaming, Sinha talked about the spending culture of teams in India in a recent stream.

 

“If you want to know the truth, as of right now I think it is Orangutan Gaming,” said Sinha. Orangutan currently has rosters in games like Free Fire, BGMI, Valorant and Pokemon Unite.

Later on in the stream, Sinha also brought in GodLike to the mix as well. The Indian organization owned by Kronten features rosters for Free Fire, Call of Duty: Mobile, a girls BGMI squad and a stacked men’s BGMI team, which has players like Clutchgod, Ghatak, Jonathan, Neyoo and ZGOD.

When it comes to spending the least, the Global Sports CEO claimed that his organization is very unlikely to open their wallets for something alongside S8UL Esports. Despite having a partnership with Valorant with a squad featuring heavy international talent, Sinha is proud to share that his team will find ways to get things done as cheaply as possible.

Global Esports CEO Reveals the Highest Spending Esports Organization In India

The same goes with S8UL Esports as well, despite having star Indian content creators and players such as Mortal, sc0utOP, Payal Gaming and more.

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PMGC 2022 Survival Stage Day 2: Overall standings, PMGC New Record 22 Kills

PMGC 2022 Survival Stage Day 2: Overall standings, PMGC New Record 22 Kills

Today marked the conclusion of Day 2 of the Survival Stage, which featured six matches between 16 teams from the two Groups, Green and Yellow.

Russian group At the conclusion of their 12 matches, HVVP took the top spot on the standings. They put on a powerful and impressive performance. The teams ultimately finished with 143 points overall, 79 eliminations, and two Chicken Dinners.

Teams from Group Green have completed their required 12 games, and Day 3 will see the final six games for Groups Yellow and Red. The top 16 teams advance to the Last Chance Stage once each team has played a total of 12 games there.

PMGC 2022 Survival Stage Day 2: Overall standings, PMGC New Record 22 Kills

Game 1: Erangel

With 12 kills in the first game, the Saudi Arabian team Powr Esports earned an impressive Chicken Dinner. With six eliminations, Bacon Time ultimately finished in second place in this competition.

Game 2: Miramar

The second game of the day was dominated by HVVP. To win a huge 22-frag Chicken Dinner, the team easily defeated every other squad and utterly destroyed their rivals. Despite losing two of their players early in the match, Vampire Esports managed to slither into second place.

Game 3: Sanhok

Vampire, who rotated into the zone early and played the game strategically, won the Sanhok match. With eight kills, they were successful. Game-Lord, a French team, also performed admirably and finished second four eliminations later. With seven frags, Bacon Time placed third in this match.

PMGC 2022 Survival Stage Day 2: Overall standings, PMGC New Record 22 Kills