Googly, the country’s first multi-gaming platform and one-stop destination for all things gaming, is thrilled to announce its partnership with Glitchpop 2.0 at IIT Indore on March 10th, 11th, and 12th. Glitchpop 2.0 is a hybrid gaming tournament featuring four popular Esports’ game titles – Valorant, Call of Duty Mobile, Clash Royale, and FIFA – and is open to players and teams from across the country who will get a chance to battle it out to win exciting prizes.
As the title sponsor of the event, Googly has come forward to instigate the gaming fever in the campus. The event aims to showcase the latent skills of students who are the future of the gaming sector, providing a gaming arena within the campus for the gamers during the event. With around 5000 registrations made through the Googly website for Glitchpop 2.0, the IIT volunteers are successfully creating buzz all around to drive gaming enthusiasts to showcase their skills.
Googly’s Co-Founder and CEO, Mr. Shubhodip Pal, said, “We are very excited to partner with IIT Indore for Glitchpop 2.0. With an amazing prize pool for all top finishers in the FIFA, Call of Duty Mobile, Valorant and Clash Royale tournaments, this is an opportunity for all gamers to earn, showcase their skills, and discover new interests. To inspire gamers and assist them in recognizing their latent skills, we will be partnering with more such events in colleges and institutions going forward.” He further added, “As India is the youngest country in the world and gaming is its fastest-growing sector, we need to make as many reforms to the gaming ecosystem as possible to ensure its prosperity and elevate it to the next level. This is our first step towards supporting the growth of Esports in India, especially since it was formally recognised as a multi-sport event by the Government of India and the Asian Games where teams from different countries would compete to win medals. Our mission at Googly is to offer a platform that would help our country’s Esports’ players in honing their skills to fulfill their dreams of representing the nation at various medal events.”