S8UL and Global Esports join hands to boost Valorant ecosystem in India

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Two of the biggest gaming organizations in India, S8UL and Global Esports (GE), have joined forces to expand the Valorant ecosystem in the country by combining their PC gaming, esports, and content skills.

According to the announcement, the collaboration will help in creating prospects for India’s up-and-coming Valorant players. As India is no longer merely playing BGMI after the ban, this is intended to become a crucial step towards introducing players to the new game.

Co-Founder of S8UL, Lokesh Jain spoke on the partnership, saying, “With what GE has already achieved in PC Gaming combined with what we have done in Mobile Gaming & Gaming Content between 8bit, Soul & S8UL, this collab makes us quite a force in the industry. With this, our shared aim is to scale new heights, especially for Valorant in India, which includes expanding possibilities for our players and bringing our teams and content under one umbrella. S8UL family has the largest fan following in the entire region, our goal is to put India on the world map and make it the hub for everything Gaming & Esports.”

S8UL recently won the “Content Group of the Year” award at the globally coveted “Esports Awards 2022” while GE is the first esports organization in India with a team representing the country in the international Valorant tournament.

Speaking on the partnership, CEO of Global Esports, Rushindra Sinha, said, “We are thrilled to be joining forces with S8UL, to create even more unexpected connections, and give our audiences authentic and memorable esports experiences like never before. This partnership will help us achieve our shared vision of creating a thriving and supportive gaming community in India.”

Both the organizations have expressed their interest in further exploring different avenues throughout the partnership that will not only be beneficial for them but also for the Indian gaming community.