- Skyesports Championship 2.0 will begin on 27th August 2020.
- Valorant, PUBGM, Brawlstars, Clash of Clans, Rainbow Six: Siege and World Cricket Championship Rivals are featured.
- Total prizepool is Rs. 11,00,000.
Skyesports Championship 2.0. is the second edition of the LAN event Skyesports Championship that took place during March of 2019 at Phoenix Market City, Chennai. This year’s online version of the tournament will feature 6 esports titles including Valorant, PUBGM, Brawlstars, Clash of Clans, Rainbow Six: Siege and World Cricket Championship Rivals. Skyesports Championship 2.0 will boast a prize pool of Rs. 11,00,000 collectively for the 6 titles. The tournament will also give out Rs. 2,00,000 worth Flipkart Gift Vouchers for the audience. The games will be cast in 6 languages including English, Hindi, Malayalam, Telugu, Tamil and Kannada. The tournament will be streamed on LOCO and the Skyesports YouTube channel. Skyesports Championship 2.0 begins from 27th August 2020. Interested players can register here.
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Skyesports has also planned a celebratory showdown called 'Valorant Sky showdown' where popular gamers and streamers will be invited to play in a showcase match. Skyesports have several partners for the event, including WD Black, Flipkart, LOCO, HyperX, Monster Energy and ZOINC.
The First Edition of Skyesports Championship
The first Skyesports Championship was a LAN event that took place at Phoenix Market City, Chennai on 23rd and 24th of March, 2019. Along with conventional titles like PUBG Mobile, the tournament also featured World Cricket Championship Rivals, a cricket championship multiplayer mobile game, as an esports event with a prize pool of Rs. 1,00,000. Clash Royale was also played in a 1v1 format with another Rs. 1,00,000 to be won.
One of the main events was a PUBG Mobile tournament which had a prize pool of Rs. 5,00,000. Over 800 squads registered last time from which online qualifiers were conducted and the top 60 teams competed in LAN for the semi-finals and the finals. However, this year due to the current restrictions on gatherings, the Skyesports Championship has been moved online.
Skyesports has previously conducted various tournaments for mobile gaming titles in the past including Skyesports Invitational Scrims and Skyesports Elite Club Scrims for PUBG Mobile and the recently concluded Brawl Stars Championship 2020.
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