NODWIN Gaming Announces ESL India Premiership 2020 Featuring a 1.15 Crore Prize Pool

Aditya Singh Rawat
20/May/2020 04:19 pm

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  • ESL India Premiership 2020 announced by NODWIN Gaming.

  • The 5th edition of the league will feature four gaming titles with a total prize pool of 1.15 crores.

  • The registration for the summer seeding tournament has already begun.

NODWIN Gaming has just announced the fifth edition of ESL India Premiership, featuring an increased prize pool of INR 1.15 crores ($152165.10) split between four gaming titles across three gaming platforms.

The ESL India Premiership 2020 which will be running all year long will be broadcasted live on Disney+ Hotstar from 1st June onwards with the following gaming titles being played in the league,

  • PUBG Mobile [Squad]
  • Clash of Clans [Team]
  • FIFA 20 [PS4]
  • CS:GO [Team]

The registration for the event has already begun and interested players and teams can click HERE, to register themselves for the much-awaited league.

PUBG Mobile

The Summer Season Seeding Cup for PUBG Mobile will be played from 20th-27th May and as per the rules “A total of 16 teams will be picked from the seedings cup to join the other 16 invited teams to the Masters league of Summer Season.”

All the games will be played on Erangel and only complete squads can participate in the game.

Click Here to Register for PUBG Mobile


The CS:GO Summer Split will consist of an INR 15,000 prize pool with the top two teams qualifying ahead to the Masters League Playoffs, along with a share of the prize pool. The coming first will be awarded INR 10,000 while the team coming second will get INR 5,000.

This will be the first ESL India Premiership without Dota 2, a title that has been steadily losing traction within the country. This means that for the first time ever there will only be one PC gaming title which will be part of the league, with PUBG Mobile being the star-title of the league.


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Aditya Singh Rawat is the in-house CS:GO editor at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.