The Esports Club’s LG Ultragear TEC Invitational for Valorant ends
A Bangalore-based esports startup, The Esports Club has concluded their latest Valorant esports campaign, LG Ultragear TEC Invitational powered by HyperX. The three-month-long campaign was the most successful event of the Valorant esports in this region.
The Esports Club associated with LG Ultragear and HyperX to run three Valorant Invitational events in January, February, and March, respectively. Every month, each event played host to 8 invited teams competing for a prize pool of INR 3 Lakhs.
The first two editions of the TEC Invitational were won by Global Esports, and the third edition was won by the top team in India, Team Mahi. Teams like Samurai Esports and Enigma Gaming also established credibility and visibility with glimpses of greatness on their journey throughout the event. Particularly, Enigma Gaming beat reigning champions Global Esports and secured their first-ever spot in a tournament final.
Ishaan Arya, Co-Founder, The Esports Club; “ We couldn’t have asked for a better start to 2021 with such a fantastic response from our teams and fans. The TEC Invitational is just the first step in what we have planned for 2021 and we will be announcing some game-changing campaigns for Valorant in the next few weeks”.
The campaign broke all records with a huge 11.5 K concurrent viewers for the finals. The three editions of the LG Ultragear TEC Invitational were combined together, which fetched an extraordinary viewership of more than 4.5 Million views on YouTube.
Mansoor ‘Nabu’ Ahmed, Director Of Esports, The Esports Club; “It’s great to see the level of play going up with each passing event. Teams are doing their homework, putting in the hard work, and really pushing some of these seeded teams to the limit on a regular basis! This is an extremely positive sign for the future of Valorant Esports in India.”
The Esports Club (TEC) was founded in 2019 with the aim of creating Esports experiences along with helping the grassroots community development in India and other South Asian Countries.