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VLT SENTINEL AKA 'ANNA' EXPLAINS WHY HE SIGNED INTERNATIONAL PLAYERS.

VLT SENTINEL AKA ‘ANNA’ EXPLAINS WHY HE SIGNED INTERNATIONAL PLAYERS.

VELOCITY GAMING, recently announced their Valorant roster with the addition of two foreign players namely ‘Ec1s’ and ‘Doma’.

VLT SENTINEL AKA 'ANNA' EXPLAINS WHY HE SIGNED INTERNATIONAL PLAYERS.

After the announcement of the line up, Manoj “SENTINEL” Kasyap aka ‘ANNA’- Owner of Velocity Gaming, had hosted a fun livestream to connect with the audience and simply answer some of the questions they might have related to the new lineup.

During the course of this session, SENTINEL ended up explaining why the organization had decided to turn towards international players and what made the two signings a perfect fit for the side.

THIS IS WHY VLT SIGNED TWO FOREIGN ATHLETES

On paper, Velocity has the strongest Valorant roster for VCL SA, the team is yet to officially play its first match together but just the duo of Doma and ec1s is enough to pitch the team as one of the prime title contenders.

Talking about why Velocity opted to sign overseas players, Sentinel explained that they were in discussion with multiple players and were confident of signing an IGL (in-game leader) because Anuj “Amaterasu”Sharma had felt very sick in December 2022 and January 2023.

“Anuj was very sick, unable to sit and concentrate on gaming. So they obviously needed an IGL,” explained Sentinel.

They were presented with an opportunity to sign two imports which Velocity accepted because signing just one international player did not make a lot of sense to the organization.

“Just getting one import is a little difficult because that player would be the odd man out. The only player speaking in English, so it would become a bit odd for that person. So we decided to bring two players,” said Sentinel.

For the second player coming into the side, Velocity opted to go for a flexible agent because the team already consisted of a good controller, duelist, and another initiator/controller mix.

LIVESTREAM LINK : https://www.youtube.com/live/bT_UZKfGO1k?feature=share. TIME STAMP – 52:20

Sentinel went on to reveal the options that were presented to them which consisted of the following players:

  • Jimmy “Marved” Nguyen
  • Jason “neptune” Tran
  • Rahul “curry” Nemani
  • Pujan “FNS” Mehta
  • Domagoj “Doma” Fancev
  • Adam “ec1s” Eccles

The agent for both Doma and ec1s happened to be the same person and so they ended up becoming the duo that Velocity ended up picking. Of course, a lot of discussions and negotiations took place before a contract was agreed upon by all the parties involved.

Velocity Gaming Reveals Their Valorant Roaster For 2023

Velocity Gaming Reveals Their Valorant Roaster For 2023

VELOCITY GAMING (VLT) owned by Manoj Kashyap Aka Sentinel also popularly termed as ‘Anna’ , has now finally revealed its valorant line up for the 2023 competitive season. On paper, this lineup is one of the strongest Valorant team from the South Asia region.Fans are excited to witness VLT in action at VCL 2023, which will commence on February 25, 2023.


The majority of it remains the same except for two changes, the addition of international players Domagoj “Doma” Fancev and Adam “ec1s” Eccles.

Here’s what the complete Velocity Gaming roster looks like:

  1. Sagnik “Hellff” Roy
  2. Debanjan “Deathmaker” Das
  3. Karan “Excali” Mhaswadkar
  4. Domagoj “Doma” Fancev
  5. Adam “ec1s” Eccles
  6. David “Dav” Miljanić (Coach)

Doma is known for his time in Fnatic’s esteemed Valorant roster as an Initiator Main and his notable performance in Valorant Champions 2021. ec1s, on the other hand, used to compete for 100 Thieves and is a capable in-game leader.

Notably ‘ec1s’ wil be leading the team as the IN game LEADER and ‘Doma’ will be playing the role of initiator main.

KRAFTON announces PUBG Nations Cup following two-year hiatus !

KRAFTON announces PUBG Nations Cup following two-year hiatus !

South Korean video game holding company KRAFTON has announced details for the PUBG Nations Cup 2022, a global competition featuring 16 national PUBG teams to be held in Bangkok, Thailand, from June 16th to June 19th.

This is the first edition of the tournament following a two-year hiatus. It is also the first PUBG competition to host a live audience since the PUBG Global Championship in November 2019, prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

BROADCASTING SCHEDULE :

KRAFTON announces PUBG Nations Cup following two-year hiatus !

PRIZEPOOL :

KRAFTON announces PUBG Nations Cup following two-year hiatus !

The PNC 2022 will feature a $500,000 (~£397,000) prize pool and includes national PUBG teams from the

United States, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Australia, Korea, China, Japan, Chinese Taipei, United Kingdom, Finland, Germany and Turkey.

KRAFTON is distributing tickets for free at the TRUE ICON hall, inside the ICONSIAM mall in Bangkok. The TRUE ICON hall will host the tournament. The event will hold 1,200 spectators, with the capacity filled on a first-come, first-served basis. 

From the initial prize pool,

the first place for PNC 2022 will take home $100,000 (~£79,300), while $58,000 (~£46,000) and $50,000 (~£39,600) are reserved for second and third place, respectively.

While the $500,000 prize pool still remains below PUBG Mobile’s $600,000 (~£free476,000) latest global tournament

Participating Teams with player details :

KRAFTON announces PUBG Nations Cup following two-year hiatus !
KRAFTON announces PUBG Nations Cup following two-year hiatus !
KRAFTON announces PUBG Nations Cup following two-year hiatus !
KRAFTON announces PUBG Nations Cup following two-year hiatus !

Here is the breakdown of the PUBG Nations Cup teams:

  • Argentina: mArtins4n, AleeRv, SzylzEN, f1sherr, PIPAA (c)
  • Australia: TGLTN, monty, Fludd, luke12, Insight (c)
  • Brazil: Sparkingg, Haven, vhz, lfp1, rbNN1 (c)
  • Canada: Shinboi, Adam, Kenan, f1nna, Didz (c)
  • China: MMing, ZpYan1, xxxLu, Aixleft, Rick (c)
  • Finland: mxey, D1gg3r1, curexi, Pag3, Tiikzu (c)
  • Germany: Myca, PaiinZ, AzzaRR, Zoccer, Itzz ChrizZ (c)
  • Indonesia: dNial, RDKboss, Kidx, Tedeeyy, Exagon (c)
  • Japan: Poly, runaxp, SHEVA, Kein, CiNVe (c)
  • South Korea: seoul, LashK, Inonix, Loki, ssonic (c)
  • Thailand: Nourinz, J4nku2of, PuuChiwz, Ezqelusia, Chak (c)
  • Turkey: Smash, Quetpa, Esqui, xLyron, Onur (c)
  • Chinese Taipei: Savior, YanLi, oeL, MaoRush, M4 (c)
  • United Kingdom: vard, fexx, TeaBone, mykLe, MiracU (c)
  • United States: Sharpshot, Shrimzy, Kickstart, hwinn, MachineGunner (c)
  • Vietnam: Sapauu, Clories, YmCuD, HaiSaki, DjChip (c)

Almost every player on this list is backed by a prestigious esports organisation. For instance, Canada’s Didz, Finland’s D1gg3r1, and the UK’s fexx are all coming in from FaZe Clan. There’s a dense concentration of talent in this tournament, and it can make for some tantalising PUBG betting.

UPTHRUST ESPORTS CHALLENGERS SHOWDOWN

UPTHRUST ESPORTS CHALLENGERS SHOWDOWN

Upthrust Esports Challengers Showdown Season 1

invited teams 

UPTHRUST ESPORTS CHALLENGERS SHOWDOWN

Broadcast Talent

 

  • Hindi Commentators:
    •  TTRxD (Tanmoy Roy)
    •  NEKROZ (Sneherdra Srimany)

event dates and format

UPTHRUST ESPORTS CHALLENGERS SHOWDOWN

Format

UPTHRUST ESPORTS CHALLENGERS SHOWDOWN

  • League Stage: April 16th – 22nd, 2022.
    • 7 Days of League Play, each with 6 Matches
      • Round Robin Format: 24 Teams are split into 4 groups of 6 teams
      • Each team plays ? matches in total in the league
    • Top 12 qualified for Play-offs
    • 13rd – 18th entered Eliminators
    • Bottom 6 eliminated
    •  
  • Play-offs: April 23rd, 2022.
    • Top 6 qualified for Grand Finals
    • Bottom 6 entered Eliminators
  • Eliminators: April 24th, 2022.
    • Top 6 qualified for Grand Finals
    • Bottom 6 eliminated
  • Grand Finals: April 26th – 30th, 2022.
UPTHRUST ESPORTS CHALLENGERS SHOWDOWN
UPTHRUST ESPORTS CHALLENGERS SHOWDOWN

Prize Pool

₹3,00,000‬ INR (≈ $3,956 USD) are spread among the teams as seen below:

 

Stay tuned for more updates! Let us know which team you will be rooting for in comments section 

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THE ESPORTS CLUB CHALLENGER SERIES-QUALIFIER

THE ESPORTS CLUB CHALLENGER SERIES-QUALIFIER

LG Ultragear TEC Challenger Series Qualifier

THE ESPORTS CLUB CHALLENGER SERIES-QUALIFIER

Welcome to LG UltraGear TEC Challenger Series Valorant powered by Zotac Gaming, a tournament to crown the Champions of the South Asian region to compete for a Ginormous Prize Pool of 7,50,000 INR!! 4 teams will qualify from each qualifier to face each other in an 8 team Double Elimination Format to Crown as the Champion.

Main Event Prize Pool:

1st​4,00,000 INR
2nd​2,00,000 INR​
3rd​1,00,000 INR
MVP50,000 INR​

quaterfinals

Enigma Gaming VS Septem Exierant

Medal Esports VS Revenant Esports
True rippers VS  Reckoning Esports

M42 Esports VS prime 5

qualifiers

Enigma Gaming(INDIA)
 
Revenant Esports (INDIA)
 

Reckoning Esports(INDIA)

M42 Esports(INDIA)

qualified teams of qualifier 1

THE ESPORTS CLUB CHALLENGER SERIES-QUALIFIER

Lets Ready For Qualifiers 2 which is Held from 13 april to 17 april. And The Fantastic PLAYOFFS Starts from 19 april to 1may.

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Battlegrounds Mobile Open Challenge (BMOC) The Grind Finals

Battlegrounds Mobile Open Challenge (BMOC) The Grind Finals

Battlegrounds Mobile Open Challenge (BMOC) The Grind Finals: Teams, schedule, prize pool distribution, and more

The Grand Finals of BMOC The Grind will be held from April 14 to April 17, which will involve the top 16 teams competing. The four-day-long ultimate event will see these teams fighting in over 24 matches spread across three classic maps. The practice scrims started on March 31 with 32 top teams being invited. After two grueling rounds, only 16 teams have stayed in the competition, who will play in the finals.

Battlegrounds Mobile Open Challenge (BMOC) The Grind Finals

Qualified teams for BMOC The Grind Finals

  1. OR Esports
  2. Team Insane
  3. Entity Gaming
  4. Chemin Esports
  5. Team XO
  6. Team XSpark
  7. Skylightz Gaming
  8. GodLike Esports
  9. Team Mayhem
  10. Hyderabad Hydras
  11. Team SouL
  12. Global Esports
  13. Orangutan
  14. TSM
  15. Nigma Galaxy
  16. R Esports

What happened in the league stages

OR Esports with their raging form, topped the overall league stages with 89 kills and 199 points. OR Aditya was the top fragger of the stage with 31 kills. Team Insane Esports surprised everyone with their gameplay to secure second place with 162 points while it was Entity Gaming that was placed third.

One of the most consistent teams, XO, claimed fifth place while BGIS Champion Skylightz Gaming secured seventh. Team XSpark had a good league stage as it finished in sixth place, while fan-favorite GodLike Esports and Team Soul finished in eighth and 11th place, respectively. TSM had a bad league stage as it finished in 14th place.

Teams like 7Sea Esports, Team 8bit, and Hydra couldn’t make it past the league stages.

Battlegrounds Mobile Open Challenge (BMOC) The Grind Finals

Eliminated teams

  1. Revenge Esports
  2. Revenant
  3. 7Sea
  4. Team Forever
  5. FS Esports
  6. Team 8Bit
  7. TrueRippers
  8. Hydra Official

Prize pool Distribution of the finals

The winner will take home 1.5 Lakhs INR, while the second and third position team will be awarded 75k and 50k INR, respectively. The MVP will also get 40k INR in prize money.

Despite the fact that it’s only a practice scrim, each team has given it its all and the same should continue in the final. The finals will also set a precedent for the upcoming season. A busy summer lies ahead for fans and players of BGMI with two marquee tournaments, BMOC and BMPS coming. The tournament will be streamed regularly on the BGMI YouTube channel.

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