SuperGaming’s Indus Inferno finale concludes; Marcos Gaming and TWOB sign rosters for Indus

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SuperGaming, India’s leading game developer has concluded its nationwide grassroots esports tournament Indus Inferno with a resounding success. The tournament finale drew in aspiring esports athletes from across the country to participate in this epic showdown. Scouts from more than 10 leading esports organisations were also in attendance, resulting in 2 roster signings and ongoing discussions with other teams.

Team MOGGERS emerged victorious, taking home the grand prize of Rs. 2,50,000 and claiming the coveted trophy. The runners-up DGE (Destruction of Game), secured Rs. 1,00,000, while Insane Esports and Marcos Gaming walked away with Rs. 75,000 and Rs. 50,000 respectively. Igor from Team MOGGERS was crowned the MVP (Most Valuable Player) of the finale, winning Rs. 25,000 for their stellar performance.

“The kind of participation and enthusiasm we witnessed during the Indus Inferno Finale was truly rewarding” says SuperGaming CEO and Co-Founder Roby John. “The tournament showed a strong desire for a top-tier, Indian-made battle royale. We are thrilled to have provided a platform for aspiring esports athletes to showcase their talent and this is just the beginning of our journey to build a sustainable esports ecosystem in India”, he added.

The finale saw 15 teams competing for victory. 4 teams received exclusive invitations, 10 teams earned their spots through intense open qualifiers, and 1 team advanced via the Android qualifiers. The platform breakdown revealed that 70% of the participants used Android devices compared to 30% on iOS. The tournament attracted players from all over India with 21% of participants hailing from Maharashtra, followed by 12% from Telangana and 10% from West Bengal.

Indus Inferno also served as a launchpad for aspiring esports enthusiasts to showcase their skills to some of India’s top esports orgs, including representatives from Godlike Esports, Revenant Esports, Orangutan, Entity Gaming, Reckoning Esports, Carnival Gaming, Chemin Esports, True Rippers, Enigma Gaming, Team Tamilas, Marcos Gaming, and TWOB.

Notably, Marcos Gaming and TWOB have finalized their rosters for Indus. Overall, the event saw an active engagement with the community, enabling players to share their feedback real-time with the developers. This aligns with SuperGaming’s player-first approach, which has been the cornerstone of its success.

With close to 11 million pre-registrations, the excitement for India’s most anticipated game’s official launch continues to build. Players can pre-register for Indus Battle Royale on Google Play Store for Android.

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