On 19th November Esports India announced it’s 1st ever Online National Freestyle Football Championship in collaboration with Football Freestyle India.
Due to this COVID-19 situation sports has taken a major setback. In light to this Esports India has decided to give this opportunity to the footballers to show off their skills. The competition will be held at a National Level allowing participants from every corner of the country to participate in this historic competition.
“Esports India is presenting a golden opportunity to Football Freestyle to show their ultimate talent at the National level. ESPORTS INDIA is first member of Global Esports Federation who has taken such an initiative to introduce sports on an online platform and we are looking forward for athletes to showcase their talent to the world.” said Amit Gaikwad, President.
Famous Indian Professional Freestyler Archis Patel along with other prominent freestylers has joined the judges panel. Other known faces like Alankar Tambe and Monish Nikam will be assisting and encouraging the participants.
“Esports have been the backbone for making the biggest online football freestyle competition possible therby giving many athletes a chance to showcase their skills at ease from home. The Global Esports Federation has taken a crucial step in laying the foundation stone for a lot of budding athletes with this online platform.This is a golden opportunity to show us what you got and Represent your passion.” Said Archis Patil on his association for the tournament.
The competition will be streamed live on Youtube and Facebook and registration has begun from the 8th of November and all ready 200 participants have joined. You can register till the 26th of November by clicking on this Link.
Winners of the competition will be given cash prizes and medals while all participating will be given participation certificates.
The competition is an extension of the mission started by the Global Esports Federation of trying to develop a community for Esports in India encouraging more and more athletes to take part in it.