South Asia’s leading esports company, NODWIN Gaming, has announced that the first-ever standalone Call of Duty: Mobile tournament called the Call of Duty Mobile India Challenge 2020 will be staged soon. With a prize pool of more than Rs 7 lakh, the registration window for participating in the tournament has been opened from November 20.
Enthusiasts will be able to watch the matches live on NODWIN’s YouTube and Facebook channels, as per the company notice. There will be a total of four cups for five versus five (5v5) and battle royale modes. The combined prize pool will be Rs 6.48 lakh. At the first, the championship for the cups will be held, and the winners of the cups in both modes will get the chance to battle it out in the grand finale.
According to the company, the finale is going to be held on December 28, 2020. Interested gamers can visit the official website of NODWIN to get registered. The cups are open for everyone to register and participate.
With The Call of Duty Mobile India Challenge 2020, the esports company aims to set up a “robust ecosystem” for COD Mobile and its community in the country. NODWIN’s Managing Director and co-founder Akshat Rathee also spoke during the announcement event to say that the tournament will act as a platform for the gamers to make a name for themselves. As anyone will be allowed to take part in the cups, the tournament will serve as a beneficial way to the top.
NODWIN has in the past organised several tournaments focused on one of the most popular games in India, PUBG. Currently, it is also working hard on ESL India Premiership 2020 where players will be able to play CSGO, Clash of Clans as well as FIFA 2020, and there is Rs 1.5 crore up for grabs.
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