Skyesports India’s leading platform for esports tournaments announced that the firm will soon be executing the IESF Big Bang Asia Open 2023, one of Asia’s largest esports competitions with $100,000 on the line. Here’s everything you need to know about it:
Big Bang Esports, a newly established esports organization, has tied up with the International Esports Federation (IESF), a global body for esports with more than 130 member countries, to bring the Big Bang Asia Open 2023. The tournament is being executed by Skyesports.
The tournament features a prize pool of $100,000 and was open to players from 40 countries across the continent.
The games in the tournament include Clash of Clans, Real Cricket, Dota 2, and E Football. After an intense qualifier stage, the teams will now be competing in the finals to crown a champion.
The schedule for the finals is as follows: Clash of Clans (March 4 and 5), Real Cricket (March 11 and 12), Dota 2 (March 14 to 19), and E Football (April 1 and 2).
All matches will be livestreamed on the OTT platform, ZEE5 for FREE. Fans can download the app through the Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store to tune into all the competition.
Big Bang Esports is a division of Big Bang Media Ventures, a multi-hyphenate entertainment company, which specialises in esports. Earlier this year, Ajey Nagar, also known and popular as CarryMinati, purchased a minor stake in the company. On his Instagram page, CarryMinati additionally uploaded a funny video regarding the Asia Open 2023 while sharing his excitement. Check out.
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