Skyesports, South Asia’s premier esports tournament organizer, has revealed plans for one of the first major Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) esports tournaments in 2024. The Skyesports League promises to be a unique experience, with top esports teams representing different cities across South Asia.
Scheduled to take place as an on-ground event in Mumbai in March 2024, the Skyesports League aims to celebrate India’s rich cultural diversity by featuring top-tier teams from 16 different cities. Each city’s team will represent a distinct esports organization, carefully selected by Skyesports based on past performance, contributions to the esports ecosystem, and a commitment to producing localized content for the event.
Shiva Nandy, Founder and CEO of Skyesports, expressed his excitement, stating, “The Skyesports League will be a celebration of India’s diversity and will include a regional and localized flavor never seen before in Indian esports. As BGMI esports continues to captivate audiences nationwide, it’s important to celebrate and leverage India’s cultural diversity, which we will be doing with the Skyesports League.”
The 16 cities participating in the Skyesports League 2024 are as follows:
Sashank Bhandaru, Head of Global Business Partnerships at Skyesports, shed light on the team selection process, stating, “While we received a significant number of applications to be a part of the Skyesports League, we have carefully shortlisted the best teams for the esports event. They haven’t just been selected based on their star players or popularity but also on their ability to engage regional audiences, which is the goal with the Skyesports League.”
The Skyesports League 2024 will be a multi-day on-ground esports event open to a live audience, allowing fans to cheer on their favorite teams, including the home squad of Mumbai Aces. More details about the tournament, including additional participating teams, will be announced soon.
Enigma Gaming has already secured their slot in the Skyesports League 2024 following their impressive victory at the Pova Cup Season 4 – BGMI, organized by Skyesports. The tournament promises a blend of esports action, music videos, memes, and a celebration of localized culture, ensuring a jam-packed entertainment experience for fans.
The teams and their players will be revealed soon on Skyesports Instagram and Twitter handles.