Paytm First Games Teams Up With Riot Games To Launch A TFT Tournament In India

Nutan Lele
9/Jun/2020 08:37 am

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  • Paytm First Games is partnering with Riot to host India's first TFT mobile tournament.
  • The tournament will see 512 players face off for a prize pool of Rs. 75,000/-  
  • Registrations open from 9th June on Paytm First Games app.

Paytm First Games has teamed up with Riot to bring to you the Indian region’s first Teamfight Tactics mobile tournament. The tournament will start on 17th June and go on till 21st. 512 TFT enthusiasts will get a chance to compete for a prize pool of Rs. 75,000/-  

The tournament registration will begin on Paytm First Games app from 9th June onwards, so make sure you register before slots fill up. The tournament will be held online and will use multiple elimination formats.

Sudhanshu Gupta, COO, Paytm First Games said regarding the tournament, "This Teamfight Tactics tournament will be the biggest one ever organized in India in terms of prize money and participation. We are going to live with it in the next 2 days and hope to expand our partnership with Riot in the near future." Recently, Paytm First Games held one of India’s biggest Clash Royale tournaments. 

Riot Games South Asia’s Publishing Head, Sukamal Pegu said about Riot’s presence in India, "We have great plans for India considering that we have just started our journey on mobile this year. Our relationship with India is just starting and we will work hard to constantly delight our fans and players here."

TFT is a round-based strategy game that pits you against seven opponents in a free-for-all race to build a powerful team using League of Legends champions and item combos that fight on your behalf. Your goal is to be the last person standing. 


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