Indian LAN Gaming announces Season 4 of ILG Cup

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Indian LAN Gaming (ILG) is slated to return for their pan-India LAN tournament, the ILG Cup. The fourth iteration of the event will take place in 30 gaming cafes across over 20 cities and feature both PC and console titles in a LAN environment. Players from all over the country will have the opportunity to face off against each other in a year-long Esports Arena League and potentially make a name in the esports community.

ILG has been putting in efforts in building up the Indian gaming ecosystem since 2016, and this upcoming series of weekly organized esports LAN gaming events aims to continue to nurture and grow the community from the heart of the gaming ecosystem. Many past ILG participants have been propelled to the top tier of esports in India and have gone ahead to represent the country on international platforms.

The fourth season of ILG will build upon the sizable impact that the event has had on the gaming cafe culture in India by executing a year-long tournament in collaboration with premium gaming arenas across the country. Introducing the concept of dynamic prize pool for the first time in India; with an expectation for it to hit INR 3 CR. In the past, the ILG Cup was won by well-known esports teams including Global Esports, WINGS and Marcos Gaming. Additionally, ILG is bringing back its line of fan merchandise due to popular demand from hardcore ILG fans.

Indian LAN Gaming S4 partners up with Logitech G for the third consecutive season. After being a part of two ILG chapters; Logitech G comes in with renewed support to the evolving vision of LXG’s year-long flagship LAN gaming IP which is set to see over 50,000 participants walk-in with their friends and families, through the course of the event.

“We are returning with ILG to offer a competitive LAN environment for both gaming enthusiasts and cafes from where we left off in 2020, prior to the pandemic. We believe that ILG Cup Season 4 will reinforce the existing gaming arena lifestyle for budding grassroot level gamers who want to make their name in the community where they also get a chance to face off against professional esports players and rise to the ranks,” said Shravanth Reddy, Managing Director of League of Extraordinary Gamers (LXG).

With a strong response from the LAN gaming community in the recent months, ILG is expected to garner substantial interest in the rapidly growing gaming ecosystem in India.