As the competitive game continues to take over the world, India is also seeing eSports gradually becoming the largest, most popular, competitive format. While many experts have suggested that India may be the next stronghold of Sports in the future, the country continues to face a variety of challenges, one of which is the lack of competition exposure.
But how do aspiring gamers really decide if they are really cut off from competitive gambling, if they really enjoy competitive sports and if they really want to pursue the future in it?
Tarun Gupta, Founder of Ultimate Battle, an eSports online platform, where athletes can test their strengths against others at no cost, explains that as India is still young in this category, players need platforms that can give them a competitive opportunity to improve their skills.
To develop this concept, Ultimate Battle invites and encourages players to try out popular eSports titles of all kinds facing other players. A complete Indian product, Ultimate Battle does not charge players a fee to participate in competitive platform games.
How Ultimate Battle Works
“Gameplay on Ultimate Battle has been developed in such a way that a player can participate and play on the platform without the expense of money. This gives all players the opportunity to play for exposure, awards and recognition in their gaming community, ”Gupta shares.
“With Ultimate Battle, our vision was to bring eSports forward, plan events and celebrate gambling in all its glory,” he said, adding that “the stadium serves as a starting point for human performance in the competitive region. All eSports athletes will experience valuable exposure and platform where they can improve. then their skills, strategies and linkages ”.
Ultimate Battle offers players many ways to win prizes / recognition through Esports Tournaments. This includes challenges and leader boards. The prizes are in the form of cash prizes and ‘UB Coins’ (Ultimate Battle cash form). UB-paid coins are also redeemable such as in-game items, Google play credits, sales, and more.
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Ultimate Battle includes PC game themes like DOTA 2, FIFA 20, CS: GO (Counter Strike: Global Offensive) and PC version of PUBG, as well as mobile titles like Garena Free Fire and Doodle Army 2: Mini Militia.
“ESports has changed a lot over the years. 1v1 and team competitions (5v5) were common formats for well-known titles such as CS: GO, DOTA 2 and League of Legends, ”shares Gupta. “With the advent of game titles like PUBG and Free Fire, ‘Battle Royale’ became a new game format as it offers a great engaging matrix,” he adds.
Sharing his views on the involvement of upcoming technologies such as AR and VR and their role in shaping the future of eSports, Gupta added:
“I hope to see competitive VR-based games developed soon and hit the norm. I believe technology will continue to amaze the gaming community with better products and experiences. We need to prepare ourselves and be ready for a powerful technology revolution, ”added Gupta.