Ultimate Battle announces inaugural edition of All India Esports League

Ultimate Battle AIEL

Online esports platform Ultimate Battle is all set to roll out the inaugural edition of the All India Esports League (AIEL), with registrations starting in next month. The league, which will be played on the Ultimate Battle platform, aims to boost the Indian esports ecosystem and encourage more esports athletes to establish themselves.

As National Sports Day is going to be celebrated this Sunday, August 29, it’s an opportune time to announce our flagship esports tournament, said Ultimate Battle in a statement.

The tournament will witness top esports players from across the country engaging in the thrilling action and playing exciting battle royale games challenges, testing their strategic knowledge and skills. The league boasts a massive total prize pool of Rs 5 lakh.

“The much-anticipated All India Esports league (AIEL) is the flagship tournament of Ultimate Battle which adds to our sustained efforts to create a one-stop platform to facilitate popular games for the esports athletes to play and compete against each other. We have been consistently hosting tournaments on our platform in the past year and the responses have been very good and hence we thought it was the opportune moment for Ultimate Battle to launch the League and connect the players and give them more benefits and opportunities to challenge fellow players,” said Tarun Gupta, Founder, Ultimate Battle.

“The selection of the games is primarily driven by their popularity and community size, along with an objective to engage gamers from all platforms including mobile, PC, and console. The purpose is to build an event where gaming can be celebrated in all its glory,” added Gupta.

The league which will be played over four months will be seeing popular multiplayer battle arena esports games including recently-launched BGMI (Mobile) along with the other prevalent games Free Fire (Mobile), Valorant (PC), FIFA 21 (Console – PS4), and Chess (PC and Mobile) as part of the league.

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