The Predator Gaming League – India Finale

Acer, the market leader in PC gaming in India announced the winner of its 3rd Edition of mega eSports Tournament Acer Predator League India 2020, India held at Phoenix Market City, Bengaluru where 16 finalists from PUBG PC competed against each other. Team Indian Rivals emerged as the ultimate winner to compete for the total prize pool of USD 400,000 at the Asia Pacific finals. Acer Predator League is a landmark event which was the culmination of numerous offline and online tournaments across 5 cities (Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Bengaluru and Kolkata) after 2 months of gruelling competition. Over 449 teams registered from across India to compete PUBG PC competition with online knockout rounds across gaming cafes from multiple cities. The entire atmosphere at Phoenix Market City was filled with gaming lovers and fanatics who witnessed some excellent clash between the best teams. The popularity and acceptance of PUBG in India has opened new doors of opportunity for gaming enthusiasts to showcase and flaunt their skills.
Commenting on this, Chandrahas Panigrahi, CMO and Consumer Business Head, Acer India said, “We are delighted to announce the winner of Acer’s 3rd edition of Predator League 2020 India finale held in Bengaluru. We are witnessing the rise of eSports in India and the online gaming industry is rising too with the increase of affordable PC hardware in the market. We observed thousands of people getting excited about this event and it has so far been the largest eSports tournament in terms of footfalls.”
Commenting on its win, Team Indian Rivals said, “It’s a real honor to receive this recognition. On behalf of the Indian Rivals team, I would like to thank Acer Predator League for organizing this event and giving us a platform to represent India at the Grand Finale to be held at Manila in February 2020. I and my team were practicing a lot for this opportunity to come and take this trophy home. Today, not only our team but all the other 15 teams who have participated along with us also played very well.”