Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO) and Dota 2 registrations are now open for the Skyesports Championship 4.0. With a major LAN event scheduled for December in Mumbai, the competition offers prospective gamers a "Path to Pro."
The prize pool for Dota 2 at the Skyesports Championship 4.0 stands at a humongous $15,000. The top teams from the India qualifiers will go up against teams from SEA. For CSGO, on the other hand, a prize money of $10,000 is up for grabs.
Players can register for the tournament through the website here.
Players have to register as a team of five players with one optional substitute. Additionally, any player who doesn’t have a premade team can make use of the solo registrations option. Skyesports will be forming teams for these players based on their in-game ranks.
Please note: Registrations are live until Dec. 2.
Commenting on the exciting tournament, Moin Ejaz, bronze medalist for India in Dota 2 at the Commonwealth Esports Championship said, “Dota 2 has a sizable community presence in India and I am sure that with the right support it can grow to be even bigger. I am glad to see that a major tournament organizer like Skyesports is beginning to focus on the game which I and many other gamers across every nook and corner of the country love.”
For its fourth edition, the Skyesports Championship is expanding to another region in SEA. The top teams from the India Qualifiers will go up against invited teams from SEA.
Finally, the top two teams will compete for the trophy in a LAN environment at the Skyesports Championship 4.0 in Mumbai. The venue will be open to a live audience where fans will be able to enjoy mini-games, experience brand booths, watch esports tournaments, and more for free.
Logitech G is the gaming partner for the Skyesports Championship 4.0 while FanClash is the fantasy partner.