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Telecom service provider Jio and chipset manufacturer Qualcomm have announced the start of a new Esports competition. JioGames ‘Esports platform’ The first competition will start with the Call of Duty Mobile tournament which will be seen at the JioGames stadium.
“Mobile games are one of the fastest growing parts of India. Almost 90% of Indian gamers use their mobile phone as their primary gaming device, ”said vice president Rajen Vagadia and president, Qualcomm India Pvt. Ltd means.
“The partnership between the two is aimed at bringing the sporting experience to the forefront for sports fans across India with numerous competitions to be organized by JioGames at the JioGames Esports and QCTAP stadium as a title sponsor,” Jio said in a statement.
“The challenge is for Jio’s new system to address the growing demand for mobile sports, even as the advent of mobile internet in India continues to grow. The main goal of the companies is to create more opportunities for gamers, to enable deeper interaction and quality content within the sports community through live streams, to showcase and nurture the next level of competitive gaming talent and win at international level. JioGames and Qualcomm Technologies come together to provide high quality and seamless gaming experience for Indian players, ”Jio said in a statement.
When and where can you register?
Registration for the JioGames Call of Duty Mobile Aces tournament has started on April 1, 2021. Registration will be open until April 11 for players who will play alone. In the meantime, the registration of 5v5 team players will last until April 30 this year. The qualifiers will start on June 11, 2021, and the finals will be held on June 20, 2021.
To register, interested participants can refer to the JioGames website. There is no registration or participation fee and this competition is open to all Jio and non-Jio.