Esports brand Gods Reign opens new training facility in Bangalore

Started in 2018 as a PUBG Mobile Team, Indian professional gaming and entertainment company, Gods Reign has opened a new training facility in Whitefield, Bangalore. The company houses some of the finest Indian esports athletes from across the nation and offers extensive services to its clients.

The company features a Valorant gaming room, a Battle Royale gaming room, projector room, swimming pool and gym. The facility has sports psychologists for its athletes’ mental well-being.

Speaking about the facility, gamer Simar “psy” Sethi said, “A bootcamp to a player is a mixture of home and workplace – playing with my teammates, discussing strategies, making plans and working alongside them. The facilities, aura and comfort that this place offers is like none other. It is a playing arena away from the city noise and chaos.”

Gods Reign CEO KR Rohith said, “The perception that every bootcamp should be a place to stay, eat and play needs to change. With Gods Reign, I’ve taken the initiative to solve the problems faced by players widely across many training facilities and built a one-stop solution for all our professional athletes, from stay and food to leisure and entertainment and exercise.”

He added, “Esports continues to integrate into popular culture, fans, brands, media outlets; and the government of India now has given official recognition to esports. Lots of investors and brands are paying attention to the rise in popularity of this sector. We welcome esports enthusiasts keen to give detailed insights and reviews on how esports athletes live and train at Gods Reign training facility centre for future betterment.”

Apart from the stay features, the facility also provides the players with technological support – from devices and headphones to other peripherals for mobile and PC gamers.

In the gaming room there are six PCs, five for the players and one for the coach. All PCs in the Valorant room have high-performance components including Ryzen 7 Processor, Zotac Gaming GEFORCE RTX 3070 TI Graphic Card and BenQ Zowie Xl2546 240 Hz Display. All the components and peripherals are provided by the organisation according to the player’s preference.

Additionally, the Battle Royale rooms have the same setup for games like BGMI and New State Mobile. All four players sit together on gaming chairs at a table with a high-performance router for lag-free gaming in a room for matches or tournaments, and all the players are provided with latest devices to experience the seamless performance.

Lastly, the Pokemon Unite rooms have their own personal space with a playing area that has high performance routers and a dedicated wifi equipped with the latest devices. The entire facility is air-conditioned and programmed using an acoustic soundproof foam to not allow sound interference between two rooms. With proper lighting and setups for playing areas to enhance their gaming experience, it is a perfect space for players to have a comfortable stay.

AnimationXpress Team

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