Ultimate Esports' All India Esports League announced, offers total prize pool of over ₹50 Lakhs

Ultimate Esports' All India Esports League announced, offers total prize pool of over ₹50 Lakhs

Register, Pick the game, win, compete with professionals, and win the prize money.

G. S. Vasan  | Published 09 Mar 2022 19:21 IST

Ultimate Esports (UE), an end-to-end event management company in the esports field is conducting its All India Esports League (AIEL). This forthcoming event invites regular players from across the country to take part in a competition that will involve multiple game rounds throughout the year. To start off with, you will go through the Beginner Division and win your ticket to compete against the pro players of esports in India. 

UE promises “highly engaging events year-round” with a massive prize pool of ₹50 lakhs.

If that amount has got you excited, find the details of participation down below:

All India Esports League by Ultimate Esports: How to Participate

Before we expound on the way to participate in the competition, let’s know how the whole event is set. Well, AIEL events will be split into 

  • Beginner Division which will allow open qualifier for contestants across India.
  • Professional Division (Professional Teams invite)

Those who win the first one can enter the pro grade division and vie against India’s leading gamers.

Now that it’s clear how the competition will play out, here’s how to participate in the first place:

  • Register on Ultimate Esports with an Ultimate Esports account. Create an account if you don’t have one.
  • Pick your gaming event between BGMI, Valorant, etc and enter the Qualifier round.
  • Win that to stand qualified for Semi-final and lastly the Finale.
  • The winners of the finale get the prize money, merchandise, and goodies.

While BGMI has already seen four teams qualify for the AIEL Invitational Finale, Valorant's registration will be open till April 15, 2022. As for games like Fifa 22, Chess, and Hearthstone, the dates will be revealed soon. Esports players who are 18 years or above can register and play for free.

If you or anybody else interested to watch the whole event can do so by tuning into Ultimate Esports’ YouTube channel.

With events like this, Ultimate Esports aims to connect and engage with esports community in the country and offer “unparalleled” competitive gaming experiences to them. 

“All India Esports league is the flagship IP by Ultimate Esports. It is a milestone on our road map to take Indian esports to a more competitive platform. With AIEL, we want more people to connect to gaming and esports. This will help us bridge the gap between amateur and professional players. With our 2022 calendar, we are focusing equally on the players from the grassroots level of the esports ecosystem who have the potential to make a mark in the Esports industry.” said Mr. Tarun Gupta, Founder of Ultimate Esports.

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