7-year-old Vivone's team wins BGMI Streamer Showdown Champions

7-year-old Vivone's team wins BGMI Streamer Showdown Champions
7-year-old Vivone's team wins BGMI Streamer Showdown Champions

A total of 24 of the country's top content creators competed in the Skyesports Streamers Showdown recently. Skyesports Streamers Showdown ended with Team VivOne winning the champion’s title after an intense ten days of BGMI action. Seven-year-old Aakarsh "VivOne'' Chaudhary and his teammates from Big Brother Esports secured first place in the tournament, the winning team received a share of 6 lakh rupees as prize money.

The Grand Finals were held over four days, with Team VivOne and his BigBrother Esports teammates dominating on the final day. Aakarsh 'VivOne' Chaudhary joined Godlike Esports Content Creation Hub at 7 years of age and won SkyEsports Streamers Showdown. At the final stage of the event, 24 matches were played and 16 teams competed. In the end, VivOne won the competition with 292 points.

As the largest content creator showdown in BGMI esports history, the tournament featured a prize pool of Rs. 15,00,000 and a 10-day format split into the Launch Party, League Stage, and Grand Finals. A number of Indian streaming platforms, including Rooter and AMD, supported Skyesports Streamers Showdown.

Expressing their happiness,Vivone’s parents said, “There was no way anyone imagined a 7-year-old would be a streamer or gamer and he shocked everyone in the Skyesports Streamers Showdown. As an underdog, Vivone barely qualified for the finals in his very last qualifier match, but with the kind of coordination and experience he built, he won the tournament with a prize pool of 1500000 rupees.Vivone's achievement at such a young age is amazing considering he competed against India's best 24 creators with the best possible professional players. The tournament was his very first and he made us proud by winning it."



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