With Free Fire India now official, tournament organizers like Skyesports are showing interest in the title.
Shiva Nandy, the CEO of Skyesports shared his thoughts about Free Fire's comeback in the Indian subcontinent.
With the return of Free Fire, many organizations are looking forward to reinvesting in the game.
It has been confirmed that one of the biggest battle royale games in India will be making its comeback in the country. After the news, Indian fans of the worldwide popular BR game, Free Fire, have started showing huge interest in the title's return. This also comes along with the fact that Battlegrounds Mobile India is back in the Indian market, indicating a healthy BR esports environment.
Shiva Nandy, CEO of Skyesports, recently shared his views about the return of the game in the Indian market. He stated that he is excited about the game's comeback and cannot wait to see its future with the latest updates. He also strongly believes that the game's esports circuit in the country will help in boosting the Indian gaming community to a sustainable future.
Shiva Nandy Shares His Thoughts About Free Fire's Return
Shiva Nandy, the CEO of Skyesports shared his thoughts about Free Fire's comeback in the Indian subcontinent. He said:
"Free Fire has always been an exciting esports title and one for which we organized several tournaments back in early 2022 before the ban. I am thrilled to see the game come back and look forward to including it in our original IPs while synergizing with Garena to grow the game in India. I anticipate it to reclaim much of its earlier player base while welcoming many new players as well"
With the return of Free Fire, many organizations are looking forward to reinvesting in the game. MS Dhoni will also be the brand ambassador of the game, showcasing its immense potential and fanbase in the country.
Skyesports is one of the biggest tournament organizers in the Indian gaming community. They have expanded their roots in both the PC and mobile gaming communities. Recently, they organized a CS:GO franchised tournament which featured a prize pool worth Rs. 2 Crore. With their backing, Free Fire could grow to never-seen-before heights.
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