The AMD Ryzen Skyesports Championship 3.0, the annual flagship esports tournament of Chennai-based Skyesports, was a whopping success with concluding the award ceremony for the list of winners in the tournament, it also witnessed 1 Lakh+ participants across the South Asian subcontinent.
Skyesports Championship 3.0: Award and list of winners
It was organized between August 19 and October 24, where popular gamers and streamers competed for six top esports titles and a massive prize pool of INR 5.5 million split across winners of six of South Asia’s favorite games, namely Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI), VALORANT, Clash of Clans, Brawl Stars and JetSynthesys’ popular cricket skill-based game Sachin Saga Cricket Champions.
|Sl No.||Award Name||Awardee Name||No. of Cup||No. of Medals||No. of Cheques||Prize Money (In USD)|
|1||MVP – Valorant||Rawfiul||1||1||1||73k ($975)|
|2||Runner up Valorant||Enigma Gaming||1||7||1||4.4 Lakh ($5,800)|
|3||Champion-Valorant||Velocity Gaming||1||7||1||11 Lakh ($14,700)|
|4||Clash of Clans Champion||Team Bharat||1||6||1||1 Lakh ($1300)|
|5||Brawl Stars – Champion||Team FA Tryhard||–||–||–||1 Lakh ($1300)|
|6||BGMI – Best Clutch Moment||ScoutOP||1||1||1||50k ($660)|
|7||BGMI Emerging Player||Akshat||1||1||1||50k ($660)|
|8||BGMI – MVP||Jonathan||1||1||1||1 Lakh ($1300)|
|9||BGMI Runner up||7Sea Esports||1||5||1||5 Lakh ($6600)|
Skyesports Championship 3.0: Award ceremony highlights and statistics
Being completely online, the tournament was live-streamed on Skyesports’ YouTube channel and on Facebook handles. The total livestream amassed a total viewership of 60 million+, peaking at 2.2 lakh (200K) concurrent viewers during the BGMI grand finals.
The tournament concluded with an award ceremony hosted at Taj Land’s End, Mumbai, yesterday with the master blaster Sachin Tendulkar, the Little Master as the guest of honor, and Dynamo Gaming, Mortal, Scout, Jonathan, Payal, and many popular gaming influencers stood alongside him at the event.
Skyesports’ recent expansion
Recently acquired by JetSynthesys, the new age digital entertainment, and technology company with a strong play in gaming and esports, Skyesports is one of India’s largest esports organizations with a grassroots play. The new entity, Jet Skyesports Gaming Pvt. Ltd., was created with a vision to build esports at the grassroots level ahead of the Asian Games, 2022.
Working towards this vision, the event was also broadcasted in eight Indian languages being Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Bengali, and Punjabi apart from English to make the sport further accessible and inclusive across the length and breadth of the country.