THUG Invitational Season 6 Featuring Road to Valor Empires to be Broadcast on Glance
Another new season with a whole new title.
One of the most popular esports tournament series, THUG Invitational, has returned after a break of more than a year with its sixth season, featuring a new esports title which was released in March earlier this year. The THUG Invitational Season 6 has been announced with Road to Valor Empires as the competing title. The tournament will be broadcast on 8Bit.Thug’s Glance and YouTube handles.
It has a total prize pool of INR 2,00,000 along with 1,50,000 to be given away as Gems which are a type of in-game currency. A total of 32 creators from across the country have been handed out direct invites for this tournament, which is scheduled to take place from 10th to 12th May and will be split into five different stages.
All those interested can tune in to watch the action live from 13:00 IST (1:00 PM) onwards on all match days.
THUG Invitational Season 6 to feature Road to Valor Empires
The latest mobile game released by Krafton is slowly growing among the Indian audience. To give the competitive side of things a little boost it has been showcased as the esports title for the THUG Invitational Season 6.
32 of the biggest gaming streamers and content creators in India with a cumulative subscriber base of over 1 billion have been invited to take part in this tournament.
Naman "Mortal" Mathur
Gulrez "JokerKiHaveli" Khan
Saloni "Mili Kya Mili" Kandalgaonkar
Devdeep "Zeref" Dhar
Nishant "Willy" Williams
Ayan "Rebel" Ali
Joe "Anto" Micheal
Tanmay "Scout" Singh
Kaashvi "Kaashvi" Hiranandani
Harmandeep "Mavi" Singh
Pratik "Alpha Clasher" Jogiya
Krutika "Krutika" Ojha
Ruchir "Ruchir" Jha
Shubham "NinjaJOD" Sahoo
Lokesh "Goldy" Jain
Parv "Regaltos" Singh
Payal "Payal" Dhare
Mukul "Mafia" Anchal
Mithul "Binks" Nayak
Samir "Kratos" Choubey
Nitin "Classified YT" Chougale
Siddhant "Sid" Joshi
Kamal "Akshu" Kumar
Monika "Sherlock" Jeph
Mrinmoy "Mercy" Lahkar
Muhammed "Kaztro" Ramees
Sohail “Hector” Shaikh
Dilin "Eagle Gaming" Dinesan
These participants will take on each other across three days of intense action from 10th to 12th May and the tournament will consist five stages:
will take place on 10th May following a single elimination best-of-five format with the top 16 creators moving ahead.
will take place on 11th May following a single elimination best-of-seven format with the top eight creators moving ahead.
will take place on 12th May following a single elimination best-of-seven format with the top four creators moving ahead.
will take place on 12th May following a single elimination best-of-seven format with the top creators moving ahead.
will take place on 12th May following a single elimination best-of-eleven format with the winner being crowned as the champion. In addition to this, another best-of-eleven match will be played between the two losing semifinalists to determine the second runner-up.
The champion will walk away with a prize amount of INR 2,00,000 whereas the second and third-placed competitors will be given 1,00,000 Gems and 50,000 Gems respectively.
This tournament will be broadcast live on Glance from 13:00 IST (1:00 PM) onwards on the three match days and will stream for about 3.5 to 4 hours.