Jio and MediaTek additionally highlighted that “Gaming Masters will function Garena’s self-developed hit conflict royale title, Free Fire, which is being made accessible to each Jio and non-Jio customers via the JioGames platform.” Both Jio and MediaTek have introduced that there will be no registration or participation price for all and sundry becoming a member of the tournament. This choice will absolutely inspire greater and greater game enthusiasts to take part in the esports tournament.
Dubbed the Gaming Masters event, it is “targeted at new and current online gaming lovers in India.” This is the company’s 2d e-sports initiative, after the ‘India ka Gaming Champion’ event, in the country. As expected, the finals will be performed in the Duos format. 20 gamers from the Duos spherical and the 4 groups stated above will warfare it out in opposition to each different in the grand finals over a span of seven maps. The match is to be performed on mobile units only. Peripherals such as third-party triggers and controllers are prohibited, as are emulators.
- Registration for the tournament starts from December 29, 2020, and will go on will January 9, 2021.
- Those interested can click here to register. Do note that there is no registration or participation fee for the Gaming Masters tournament.
- The tournament itself will be held from January 13 onwards and will go on till March 7.
Details of prize tournament
The tournament will offer a total prize pool of Rs 12,50,000. The winners of each of the finales stand to win Rs 3,00,000 each. Prizes will also be awarded to those who finish second, third, and fourth. On top of this, daily prizes will also be awarded to winners and the runners-up during the qualifier stage.
In a legitimate press release, Jio collectively with MediaTek highlighted that the “Gaming Masters is a grassroots mission by way of MediaTek and Jio, that is supposed to revolutionize on-line gaming.” The corporations additionally stated that the match is aimed to “test gamer’s skill, teamwork, and patience in a digital gaming arena.”