Esports Weekly (20/02/2022)
Do you remember the game FAUG which was released during the lockdown as a replacement for PUBG? FAUG maker nCore Games has made a huge investment in the Esports industry. To read more about it and the latest happenings in the Esports industry, read this issue further!
Therefore, we present to you Issue forty-five of ‘Esports Weekly’.
Here are some of the best reads that you might find interesting from this week’s collection:
Roadmap to being a Game Developer
Behind every computer game is the code that executes the game for the players. That is what a developer does. Read this blog to know more about it!
OBEY Esports From India Qualifies for Clash of Clans World Warmup 2023
OBEY Esports from India has secured a spot at the Worlds Warmup 2023 tournament after placing fourth in the second open qualifier. To get more details, read this blog!
Gaming & Metaverse mark entry into Cannes Lions 2023
The festival, slated to be held from June 19 to 23, will focus on inclusivity and sustainability. Read this blog to know more!
Latest Esports updates
Riot Games to attend India Gaming Show
The Riot Games venue at the India Gaming Show will offer attendees an immersive experience into the VALORANT universe. Here’s everything you need to know!
FAUG maker nCore Games invests $1 million in Indian Esports startup Newgen Gaming
Based in Bangalore, India, nCore Games are a developer of amusement and mobile games. To know more about this investment, read the blog!
Velocity Gaming and Revenant Esports to Join Forces With Valorant Lineup
Velocity Gaming and Revenant Esports are reportedly in advanced discussions to form a single Valorant lineup for the 2023 season to compete in the upcoming Valorant Challengers League South Asia. Read more about the news update here!
Well, that was all for this week. We hope that you got to learn something from this issue of our newsletter.
Until next time,