After fighting for the Dew Arena gaming championship for continuous 6 months, 12 gamers finally made their way to become the winners in each category. Gamers from across 300 cities and 125 locations participated in the gaming league. The Grand finale was organised on 1st October at Hotel Andaz by Hyatt at Aerocity, New Delhi.
The gaming Finale paved their way to the through a thrilling Semi Finals match at New Delhi on 29th September 2017, where the finalists lived up the spirit of all the gamers. The show was telecast on Discovery’s Exclusive Sport Channel, DSport and also on the Facebook and Youtube pages of Mountain Dew India and ESL.
“ESL India is delighted to partner with Mountain Dew for the second year in a row. The Dew Arena is the country’s largest gaming platform and was developed to encourage and celebrate the gaming community. In a short span of two years, we have established the Dew Arena as a leading authority on Esports in India. ESL India and Mountain Dew have taken gaming to the masses and we are looking forward to an exhilarating finish to an action packed second edition”. Said Akshat Rathee, MD, ESl India.
Winners of Dew Arena Gaming Championship.
1.Game – Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
1st Place: Entity Gaming – Mumbai
2nd Place: Shooting Monkeys – Mumbai
2. Game – DOTA 2
1st Place: Aggressive 5 – Mumbai
2nd Place: Team Buriza – Hyderabad
3. Game – Rocket League
1st Place: Rahul “FTW Rahul” Poundarik – Indore
2nd Place: Manmeet “Lucifer” Singh – Delhi
4. Game – Street Fighter V
1st Place: Bhagwant “B3” Bagh – Delhi
2nd Place: Satyendra “khiladi” Vishwakarma – Mumbai
Players who qualified to feature on the bottle are
1. Game – Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Simar “psy” Sethi – Captain of the CS:GO Team, Invisible Wings – Mumbai
2. Game – DOTA 2
Raunak “Crowley” Sen – Captain of the DOTA 2 Team, Invisible Wings – Mumbai
3. Game – Forza Motorsport 6
Khyat Kanda – Chandigarh