Revenant Esports has signed a multiyear deal with popular Esports Fantasy platform FanClash as the Official Fantasy Partner.
- The multi-year deal will see FanFlash engage with Revenant's fans and create various fantasy engagement activations.
- FanClash, an Esports fantasy game app, and Revenant Esports have agreed to a multi-year partnership as the latter's official partner.
A multi-year collaboration as Revenant Esports' official partner has been reached between the latter and FanClash, an Esports fantasy game app. FanClash announced that it would communicate with its fans via this connection and provide them with various imaginative engagement options.
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According to Rohit Jagasia, founder and CEO of Revenant Esports, FanClash is an aspirational brand in the world of Esports, and they are happy to have them partner with us. Our Esports roster, crew, and content creators are capable of long-term success, and they are confident in them. Our association is a step on the right path for the nation's Esports community.
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According to Archana Sangaran, marketing director of FanClash, "Esports as an industry has been expanding in popularity along with collecting momentum at a national and worldwide scale." The free-to-play first-person hero shooter Valorant has received much attention from the Esports community. The organization has thus been exploring methods to increase audience participation while simultaneously generating excitement and expectation. Our objective has always been to increase accessibility to gaming via interesting relationships, she added.
The FICCI-EY media and entertainment report 2022, "Tuning into Consumer," said that despite people returning to work as the epidemic's impacts faded, the online gaming industry grew by 28% in 2021 to reach 101 billion. The survey estimates that there will be 390 million online gamers in 2021, an increase of 8% from 360 million in 2020, and more than 70% of the segment's revenues will come from real-money gaming.
However, there has been a rise in work-from-home and school-from-home activities since the pandemic's outbreak, which has caused an ecosystem for laptops and mobile devices to emerge. 94% of Indian players utilize mobile devices for their gaming. It also noted a 17% growth from 80 million paying gamers in 2020 to 95 million in 2021.
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