Nodwin Gaming, the India-based esport business, is officially partnering with its long time ally, Red Bull for the ongoing Northeast Esports League gaming tournament. The advancement was shared by the company today, although the specific details of the partnership in between the two companies stay unclear. Recently, Nodwin announced the Northeast Esports Summit would have a prize swimming pool of Rs 3.5 lakhs for titles such as Clash of Clans and Garena Free Fire. The video gaming competition that is restricted to individuals from North-East India kickstarted last month, while the fourth and final qualifier began last week and will be open till November 23.

Following the last qualifier this month, the Northeast Esports Top will directly advance to the grand final that will occur on December 5-6. Nodwin has stated that the Northeast Esports Summit grand finals will take place in two stages. The semi-finals will be played in a single-elimination round, and the finals will be finest of 3 rounds. The ongoing gaming tournament is also sponsored by Airtel India Esports Tour and all the matches are readily available to stream on Airtel’s Xstream platform and Nodwin’s Facebook and YouTube deals with. Earlier in May, Airtel and Nodwin entered into a partnership that involves several tournaments including titles such as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Clash of Clans, Fifa, and more. Airtel is likewise the main promoters for Nodwin e-tournaments such as the India Premiership, Dreamhack India, KO Battle Nights and PAN Fest. Meanwhile, online gamers in India can see the leaderboard for titles like Clash of Clans, Fifa 2020, and more by means of its site.

Recently, Nodwin concluded its Valorant Agni Series 2020 featuring the first-person shooter title, Valorant and the tournament was won by Speed Video gaming. Previously this year, Nodwin Video gaming also joined hands with the World Health Organisation (WHO) to promote its safety campaign ‘PlayApartTogether.’ As part of the project, a group of gamers from Nodwin’s community curated a list of their recommended video games for various devices that includes mobiles, PCs and consoles. The company had actually stated that through the curated titles, it intends to share WHO’s message of security and togetherness in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic.