Rooter, an esports platform, has partnered with OR Esports, the country’s most powerful BGMI squad, as its official broadcast partner.
The two will collaborate to provide Esports fans with unrestricted access to the most exciting BGMI activity. Rooter will support exclusive streaming of their gaming events/tournaments on the platform as a sponsor, as well as having its brand appear on all OR Esports goods and associated handles. Starting March 1, each of OR Esports’ impressive BGMI lineup of professional players will stream their gaming events on Rooter, spanning numerous domestic esports titles.
OR Esports, owned by Pole To Win International (PTW), is the only Indian team to have placed on the podium at a Global Championships tournament. They also have an army of devoted admirers that support them on their social channels. The BGMI team of OR Esports includes Jelly, Anto, Aditya, Tanisha.
They recently competed in the third season of their BGMI tournament, OR Championship: Legends Rise, which was held between February 16 and February 20, 2022, in conjunction with KFC and Zebronics as their “Winner Winner Chicken Dinner” partner.
Piyush Kumar, Founder, and CEO of Rooter said, “With their ferociously skilled, delightfully unexpected group of content makers and living heroes of Esports, OR Esports has already seized the Indian BGMI scene by storm. By collaborating with them, we’ll be able to create a fun, large, and competitive community of streamers and influencers on our platform.”
Kasturi Rangan, OR Esports CEO and CPO at PTW said, “We’re ecstatic to be working with Rooter to provide our team of streamers and viewers with a fantastic gaming experience. OR Esports’ commitment to scale Esports in India is reaffirmed by the support of the country’s leading Esports player and its community. This partnership will give Rooter an ideal platform to connect with its existing professional gaming and streaming community, as well as our team members, and achieve similar goals.”
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