If you are an avid online gamer, you have a chance to win Rs 12.5 lakh. RIL’s digital arm Reliance Jio and Taiwan’s electronic chip maker MediaTek are going to launch a 70-day eSports competition ‘Gaming Masters’. The games will be held on the platform of Jio Games and the entire competition will be telecast live on Jio TV HD eSports channel and YouTube. Jio and MediaTek say that this eSports program is being done for new and existing online gaming enthusiasts in India.
Chance to win up to Rs 12.5 lakh
Jio’s partnership with MediaTek is coming up with a great opportunity for gamers this time. Participants have the chance to win up to Rs 12.5 lakh as prize money. A few days ago, Jio Games’ first online gaming program ‘India’s Gaming Champion’ was successfully organized.
What is this online gaming tournament
The tournament will be testing the skills of gamers, teamwork, their potential in the virtual gaming arena. The gaming masters will have games like The Royal Title, Free Fire produced by Garena. It is being made available to Jio and non-Jio users through the Jio Games platform. He will also have the chance to win Rs 12.5 lakh as a reward. The tournament will be broadcast live on Live TV HD eSports channel and YouTube.
Important Dates to Remember
The registration process for gaming masters has opened since December 29, 2020.
Gamers can register for the same by January 9, 2021.
The date of commencement of the tournament has been fixed on 13 January 2021.
The tournament will end on March 7, 2021.
How to Register
Registration has been opened for all Jio and non-Jio users.
Gamers need to click on the https://play.jiogames.com/esports link for registration.
Gamers will not have to pay any registration or participation fees for registration at gaming masters.
You can also visit https://i.mediatek.com/free-fire-gaming-master-Jioesport for more information about this.
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