For the longest time, CSGO was the pillar holding the esports scene of India. With its superior and engaging gameplay, this game has ruled the hearts of esports fanatics. But in the past few years, CS:GO’s competitive scene in India has been on a down low. With little to no participation in any major tournaments, many pro players & popular organizations shifting to Valorant, CS:GO has been going through a massive phase of stagnation in India. The casual scene of the game in India is still alive with both casual and hardcore players who are loyal to the game. CS:GO is an extremely essential part of the fabric of India’s esports community.
To revive this gem of a game and bring it back to the battleground, we are here with CS:GO Re-ignite! A tournament for the partnered teams of FanClash.
Schedule and Format of CS:GO Re-Ignite
The tournament will kick off on 9th January and go on till 15th January. This will be a league tournament that will be played online with a prize pool of Rs. 1 Lakh. With this, ‘FanClash‘ happens to be the first to host an esports tournament in 2023. The Prize pool will be split between the top two teams of the tournament. In this 6-day tournament, some of the best esports players of India will be locking horns with each other.
The grand finals of the tournament are scheduled for January 15, 5 PM onwards. The winning team will be awarded ₹65,000, while the runners-up will receive ₹35,000 in prize money.
Teams & Players
- Lord Bathura
- OG Yash
Match of the Day (MOTD)
Match of the Day is a special fantasy contest on FanClash. In MOTD, FanClash does everything a little extra, from the prize pool to slots. This is the biggest contest of the day on the app. And you get a chance to participate in many MOTD contests throughout the CS: GO Reignite tournament.
CS:GO Re-ignite Schedule
|9 January 2023||Hyderabad Hydras v/s Orangutan|
|9 January 2023||Velocity Gaming v/s Revenant Esports||MOTD|
|10 January 2023||Reckoning Esports v/s Hyderabad Hydras|
|10 January 2023||Orangutan v/s Velocity Gaming||MOTD|
|11 January 2023||Hyderabad Hydras v/s Velocity Gaming|
|11 January 2023||Revenant Esports v/s Reckoning Esports||MOTD|
|12 January 2023||Orangutan v/s Revenant Esports|
|12 January 2023||Velocity Gaming v/s Reckoning Esports||Fantasy Royale|
|13 January 2023||Hyderabad Hydras v/s Revenant Esports|
|13 January 2023||Orangutan v/s Reckoning Esports||MOTD|
|15 January 2023||Tournament Finals||Fantasy Royale|
Where to Watch?
You can tune in with these power-packed matches on FanClash’s Youtube Channel. Make sure to subscribe and turn your notifications on. So that you don’t miss out on the thrill!
CS:GO has been there for more than a decade and still has unlimited potential. This game is known to be one of the pioneer’s that accelerated the esports scene all around the world. To let this gem of a game die in the competitive scene is unfair to its fans and the game itself. This initiative by FanClash aims to foster the CS:GO culture in India and advance its competitive scene in the country. So, book your calendars from 9th to 15th January and hop on to FanClash to win exciting cash by making your own fantasy team.