Skyesports Esports Roadmap January-March: Complete Details

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Skyesports Shares Esports Roadmap From January to March: All Tournaments

A rally of action-packed competitions coming up!

Aditya Singh Rawat
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The esports roadmap from January to March for one of the biggest esports tournament organizers from India, Skyesports, has been revealed.
A total of six tournaments have been scheduled by Skyesports, four Indian and two international events.
The detailed information for every tournament has not yet been revealed by Skyesports.

2023 has witnessed a mellow start for Skyesports, one of the top esports tournament organizers from India, but things are soon going to pick up pace over the course of the next three months.

Shiva "Marvel" Nandy - Founder and CEO of Skyesports, made a public announcement yesterday on 22nd January highlighting all the esports tournaments that will be hosted by them between January and March.

Currently, Pokemon Unite Asia Champions League: India League is the only tournament that is being conducted by Skyesports in partnership with The Pokemon Company, granting two teams from India a chance to compete against international teams.

Skyesports Esports Roadmap (January to March): Complete Details

Here is how the next three months will shape up for Indian esports with Skyesports having planned some big tournaments for multiple regions and consisting of different competitive titles.

  1. Pokemon Unite Asia Champions League - Jan to Mar

  2. Skyesports Grandslam - Feb

  3. WD Black Cup Season 4 - Jan to Feb

  4. TECNO POVA CODM Cup - Jan to Mar

  5. Skyesports SEA Championship - TBD

  6. Skyesports Arabia Championship - TBD

These are the six esports tournaments that are scheduled to take place over the course of three months according to the public statement made by Shiva Nandy.

The first four tournaments will be taking place in India, with the Pokemon Unite event having started on 8th January and currently underway. Some information about WD Black Cup and TECNO POVA was also released by Skyesports last week.

Meanwhile, the last two tournaments will be taking place for Southeast Asia and Middle East regions respectively. With PUBG Mobile banned in India there would not be any cross region competition for these events.

Skyesports WD Black Cup Season 4

Further, Wasif Ahmed - Public Relations for Skyesports, in response to the announcement mentioned that Shiva Nandy had missed out on another esports tournament that might feature Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB), one of the most popular mobile titles in SEA.

Unfortunately, this game is also banned in India so even if such a tournament is being planned by Skyesports it will mostly be for the neighboring region.


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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer 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.

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