Brawl Stars: Team Alpha to represent India at the World Esports League 2021

The four-member Team Alpha won the India Qualifiers to enter the Grand Finale!

Team Alpha and Rohit Jain have earned their spots for the World Esports League 2021 global finals, which will take place from December 16 to 19 at the Gwangju Esports Arena in Korea, following outstanding results in the national qualifiers.

The India Qualifiers were held virtually last week due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Technoblood Inc. is hosting the World Esports League 2021, which is organized by the WSL Organizing Committee in collaboration with the International Esports Federation. The World Esports League 2021 global finals will have a prize pool of $400,000 with the world’s best athletes competing in games such as Tekken 7, Brawl Stars, PUBG, and Eternal Return.

Team Alpha wins India qualifiers to enter World Esports League

Shashank Jain, Sravanth Saranu, the captain Ashmit Raj, and the substitute Harschit Jain constitute Team Alpha, a four-member team made up of engineering and management students. They won the Brawl Stars event at the India Qualifiers, which featured a high-voltage competition between the country’s eight top teams.

I have been playing Brawl Stars since it was released and now it’s a great honour for me to lead the Indian team in its maiden appearance at the global final in this game. I would like to thank the federation [ESFI], who have been very supportive & professional. We will give our best to bring glory for the country in the finals

ashmit raj, skipper, team alpha

Rohit Jain emerges as the Tekken 7 champion

On the other hand, the qualifying event of the popular fighting game Tekken 7 saw the participation of 35 top athletes from across the country. However, Delhi-based Rohit impressed everyone with his skillful game and clinched the top honors.

About his journey and his selection to the global finals, Rohit commented, “Last couple of years have been really good for me. I have had very good finishes in the last few tournaments of ESFI but somehow representing India did not happen. However, today all the hard work paid off and I am ready for my debut international tournament. I look forward to making this opportunity even more special by clinching the medal”

This will be the first time an Indian team is participating in Brawl Stars at the global stage. Rohit Jain has been playing consistently for the last couple of years and this year he finally managed to bag the championship. We are equally very enthusiastic on their debut and confident in making a mark,

Mr Lokesh Suji, Director of Esports
Federation of India (ESFI) and Vice President of the Asian Esports Federation

As its official communication partner, ESFI continues to work with Artsmith-Concepts & Visions, one of India’s top Esports and sports-focused PR agencies.

About Esports Federation of India

The Esports Federation of India (ESFI), a non-profit organization, is a full member of the International Esports Federation (IESF), Global Esports Federation (GEF), and Asian Esports Federation (AESF).

To promote, encourage, organize, educate, train, and control esports in India, as well as to offer infrastructure for esports training, and to develop and sustain the esports culture in India, including but not restricted to providing, conceptualizing, opening, maintaining, developing, supporting, and promoting all areas of esports, as well as to provide all other possible and related forms of esports.

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