Gaming, the activity of sitting in front of a screen for hours on end with the potential to live different lives, visit places that don't exist and save galaxies from evil lords. All this is of course a lot more fun when done with friends. With the ability to play with friends, the natural evolution in gaming has been competition. ESL has been hosting competitive competitions internationally for quite some time. 2019 is the first time ESL will bring esports to India. From April 19 to 21 gamers will battle it out in the virtual arena playing Dota 2, a game that's easy to learn and tough to master. Keyboards, mice, monitors, headphones, processors and GPUs all will come together to be the weapons of choice for those competing to reign supreme. Now if you ask us why Dota 2 was chosen above the other games for this competition, we’d ask you to wait a few more days as the folks over at ESL will answer a few of our questions. Until then, we had a chance to talk to Prakash Mallya, Vice President and Managing Director, Sales and Marketing Group, Intel India. Intel is one of the forces behind ESL bringing the behemoth gaming competition to India. Mallya has been with the chip maker for nearly two decades and is super excited about competitive gaming in India.
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