‘College Rivals’ esports tournament lands in Mumbai, searching for India’s best gamers

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The Hunt for India’s best gaming talent arrives in Mumbai. Esports takes center stage as Ampverse DMI rolls out its much-talked-about College Rivals‘ tournament. Ampverse, Asia’s largest ecosystem of gaming communities and IPs, has joined forces with DMI Finance to present a ground-breaking initiative that is set to reshape the gaming landscape in India. With gamers from all corners eagerly anticipating the event, the College Rivals truck is set to tour Mumbai’s top colleges, including HR College, Jai Hind College, Terna College, KJ Somaiya, and DY Patil College. Following a trail of success in Delhi, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, and Pune, College Rivals has become a phenomenon, drawing significant interest from students and colleges.

Focusing on nurturing esports talent, College Rivals actively involves the gaming community within India’s leading colleges. After covering 9200 kilometers and engaging with over 73,000 students, the truck now parks itself in Mumbai, aiming to discover the city’s top gaming talent. The event promises to absorb Mumbaikars in the world of esports, offering interactive sessions with accomplished gamers, live DJ performances, and much more. Adding to the excitement, the event will feature one of India’s most prominent esports players, Mortal.

Reflecting on the event, Ashwin Haryani, Country Head – India, Ampverse, remarked, “The launch of College Rivals in Mumbai marks a significant milestone in our continuing endeavour to empower the vibrant gaming community across India. The overwhelming response we’ve seen in cities like Delhi, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, and Pune has been incredibly motivating, and as we step into Mumbai, we aim to further elevate the gaming spirit. We’re thrilled to arrive in the final city on this exciting journey and achieve new heights in the realm of competitive gaming.

Bringing College Rivals to Mumbai is a crucial move towards the upcoming grand finale, all set to happen here in the city. After making its way through major cities in India, there’s a clear sense that the esports scene in the country is about to undergo a notable change.