Mumbai Braces Cobx Masters 2019

Mumbai Braces Cobx Masters 2019

The second leg of the Cobx Masters, a Multi-title International e-Sports tournament is all set to begin from 5th April and the digital gaming battle to claim the massive prize pool of 1,40,00,000 will continue till 7th April. Players will compete in teams and tackle the opponents in the virtual worlds of the DOTA 2 and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. To keep up the excitement among their audience the tournament team has announced a PUBG gaming zone where the winner will receive a prize of 2,00,000. Prior to Cobx Master 2019, phase one of this tournament was held during 2018 summer across 10 Indian cities.

“The Indian eSports segment is still in a nascent stage and we are doing our level best to streamline it. The fundamental objective of conducting the tournament is to attract the maximum number of professional teams in India and placing India in the global esports map. We also hope to demonstrate to show the people that gaming can be a lucrative career option, not just for young gamers, but also for talented individuals who are a part of this industry. This is a big-impact tournament that paves the way for the future of the industry in India,” says Rajdip Gupta, Co-Founder, Cobx Gaming. “Anything done in a limited way is good. Along with basic education, youngsters today should also be encouraged to have a healthy gaming routine. Thus, reducing the problem of gaming addiction,” he adds.

“Cobx Masters 2019 will bring to India, a global eSports tournament experience for the first time. The tournament will take place from 5th April 2019 to 7th April 2019 at NESCO, Mumbai. We have already received an overwhelming amount of interest from people not just across India but also from neighbouring countries.  It is India’s first major tournament crafted to help Indian players get great exposure to the international pro circuit,” says Mujahid Rupani, Co-Founder & CEO, Cobx Gaming.

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