Revenant Esports, an emerging esports organization in Asia, has announced a major partnership with GIGABYTE | AORUS, a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards for the Skyesports Masters CSGO Tournament.
The collaboration marks GIGABYTE | AORUS as the official partner of Revenant Esports for the highly anticipated Skyesports Masters, India’s first franchised esports league featuring a staggering prize pool of Rs. 2,00,00,000.
As part of this exciting alliance, Revenant Esports will benefit from the cutting-edge technology provided by GIGABYTE | AORUS.
This collaboration allows the organization to equip its players with state-of-the-art hardware, ensuring they have a competitive edge in the Skyesports Masters.
Moreover, GIGABYTE | AORUS aims to leverage the partnership to showcase its products to the enthusiastic zillennial audience attending India’s largest gaming tournament.
Sunil Grewal, Director at GIGABYTE India, expressed his enthusiasm about the partnership, stating, “At GIGABYTE | AORUS, we are committed to empowering gamers with top-tier hardware solutions.
Collaborating with Revenant Esports, one of the strongest teams in the prestigious Skyesports Masters, allows us to provide them with state-of-the-art equipment to excel in the tournament.
Together, we will push the boundaries of excellence and make a lasting impact in India’s gaming landscape.”
Revenant Esports Unveils Impressive CS: GO Roster
In addition to the partnership announcement, Revenant Esports has revealed its formidable CS: GO roster for the Skyesports Masters.
Boasting a dynamic blend of promising newcomers and seasoned veterans, the team aims to make its mark in the tournament. Revenant Esports’ CS: GO roster consists of three talented Indian players and two international imports. It will be a force to be reckoned with.
The CS: GO Roster:
- Maclane “Gump” Cross
- Harsh “F1redup” Jain
- Jaspreet “SpawN” Singh
- Sadab “SKwow” Khan
- Muhammad-Ridzuan “3nable” Hazi
Rohit Jagasia, Founder and CEO of Revenant Esports, expressed his excitement about the newly unveiled CS: GO roster, stating, “We are thrilled to introduce our CS: GO roster finally. Counter-Strike has revolutionized esports, and our participation in India’s biggest gaming tournament, the Skyesports Masters, reflects our remarkable growth.
The partnership between Revenant Esports and GIGABYTE | AORUS for the Skyesports Masters demonstrates the league’s commitment to building a sustainable model for Indian esports.”
Revenant Esports’ CS: GO roster gains significant experience by including two international players. Maclane “Gump” Cross from Australia and Muhammad-Ridzuan “3nable” Hazi from Malaysia bring valuable expertise to the team.
Harsh “F1redup” Jain, Jaspreet “SpawN” Singh, and Sadab “SKwow” Khan, representing India, enjoy widespread recognition as some of the nation’s finest CS: GO professionals.
The formidable roster will also represent India at the IESF World Championship 2023, as the Asia-Pacific qualifier takes place in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, later this month.
Gump, leading the Revenant Esports CS: GO roster, stated, “I am thrilled to lead this star-studded roster for Revenant Esports in the upcoming Skyesports Masters.
With a perfect blend of young talent and seasoned veterans, our diverse backgrounds and experiences make us an incredibly formidable force in the tournament. We commit to giving our all and confidently aim to leave a lasting impact on the Skyesports Masters.”
Skyesports Masters: The Ultimate Esports Showdown
The Skyesports Masters, featuring a prize pool of Rs. 2,00,00,000, is set to kick off on July 8. The tournament showcases eight franchised teams competing for the coveted title of champions.
After an intense league stage that extends until August 17, the Playoffs will take place as an exciting on-ground event on August 26 and 27, where the top four teams will advance.
However, Revenant Esports will commence its journey in the tournament on July 8, facing off against Gods Reign. Fans can catch all the thrilling action live on the official Skyesports YouTube channel.