#TwitterChat: How Esports in India can get the much needed boost?

Though still nascent in India, Esports is booming. The technology, graphics, number of players and genres have seen tremendous growth in the last few years. While earlier gamers were restricted to their PCs, today serious gaming happens not only on consoles, but on mobile phones as well.

Games like PUBG and Call Of Duty have taken the global market by storm and India has definitely played an important part in this growth. Today, Indian gamers are well renowned and have various Esports competitions globally. Several studios are looking at the Indian market in an extremely serious way with investments and more.

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Games like PUBG, COD, Dota and FIFA have allowed several Indian players make a name for themselves in the global scene and India is no longer lagging behind the rest.

India being an extremely interesting market for gamers and gaming studios, there’s definitely a question of what’s next?

Therefore, continuing with our much appreciated #TwitterChat series, Adgully turns the focus to ‘How can Esports in India get the much needed boost?’ Stalwarts from the gaming and Esports industry will discuss on wide-ranging issues concerning technology, monetisation and the way ahead for the Indian Esports industry.

Joining the discussion are :- 

Dr. Rushindra Sinha, Founder,Global Esports (moderator) (@rushindrasinha) 

Parth Chadha, Founder & CEO, EWar Games (@parth27402105) 

Yash Pariani, CEO & Founder, Indian Gaming League (@YashPariani) 

Ishaan Arya, Co-founder, The Esports Club (@captainarya) 

Gautam Virk, Co-Founder & COO, Nodwin Gaming (@NodwinGaming) 

For updates on our esteemed panel and more on #TwitterChat, follow @adgully on Twitter. 


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