Skyesports has a growing reputation as a VALORANT tournament organizer. Behind the successful “Skyesports Championship” tournament, the tournament organizer has announced the largest VALORANT tournament to date. SkyesportsLeague2020 features a prize pool of INR 10 Lakh ($ 13,400-USD).
Details of Skyesports League 2020: VALORANT
Team represents Indian cities / states
Skyesports League 2020 will adopt a unique model that was also used in previous tournaments where the team competed on behalf of a particular Indian city / state. Popular Indian streamers such as Sc0utOP, Thug, Mortal and TSM Ghatak will be competing in this tournament representing eight cities / states.
Distribution of prize pool
Skyesports League 2020: VALORANT features an INR 10 Lakh prize pool distributed to eight competing teams. In addition, the two players will also receive 50,000 Indian Rupees each from this tournament.
MVP player: Tournament players regarding KDA and Ace
Star player: A fan’s favorite player who is selected as a fan through the voting system.
This is the largest ever VALORANT tournament in South Asia (from a prize pool perspective).
Team roster and players
According to Skyesports, teams are represented by the following teams and players:
Team Mumbai: Scouts, thugs, mortals, rebels, Zeref.
Team Bangalore: Rushindra Sinha and Global Esports team.
Team Hyderabad: VLT Manoj, antidote, etc.
Team Chennai: MidFail and Team Tamils
Team Punjab: Hydra Flick and team
Team Rajasthan: TSM Hatak and team
Team Delhi: Simar Sethi and the team.
Skyesports League 2020: The VALORANT tournament will be held in a round robin format, with each team playing twice against all other teams during the tournament.
The prize pool for VALORANT tournaments in India has steadily increased since the official release of the game in India. The future of VALORANT’s Indian esports scene looks bright, as tournament organizers have set this game title as the go-to tool for PCFPS tournaments.
Skyesports also revealed in a conversation with AFK Gaming an ambitious plan to extend this format to a “franchise-based model” like the Indian Premier League (IPL) for future iterations of the league. I made it.