Bharti Airtel and NODWIN Gaming, South Asia’s leading esports company, today revealed a partnership to additional grow E-sports in India. Provided India’s large youth population and quickly growing internet penetration, E-sports has the prospective to become a large part of the nation’s mainstream sporting culture. It is estimated that by 2021, online video gaming will end up being a USD one billion plus market in India with over 620 million gamers.

Airtel India Esports Tour will at first cover all NODWIN tournaments across video gaming titles of PUBG Mobile, CS: GO, Clash of Clans, FIFA, etc. The protection will reach all renowned NODWIN competitions such as the India Premiership by NODWIN, Dreamhack India, The Northeast Cup, KO Fight Nights and PAN Fest. This will also cover NODWIN operated competitions such as the PUBG Mobile Pro league in India.

The collaboration has been begun with the launch of Airtel India Esports Trip, which is the very first and biggest home of its kind in this segment. It will also have a nationwide ranking and awarding system for Indian Esports gamers based upon their year-long efficiency throughout top competitions will be utilized as a base to create a points table for all participants.

The broadcast of the Airtel India Esports Tour will be available on Airtel’s digital platforms and aid with taking this emerging format to more recent audiences.

At first, the Airtel India Esports Trip will be seeded by NODWIN by its extensive tournament network however will aim to be a platform where all competitions will bring weightage independent of the organizer. The environment will allow the flexibility of option for gamers to play what they desire and when they desire.