This association of an Indian brand with a prominent international one will likely prove to be a remarkable step for the Indian esports industry as now along with Indian companies, international companies too are foreseeing tremendous potential in this field. Thus, taking the Indian esports industry a step closer towards matching the international esports domain.
Talking about the association Cobx Gaming founder Rajdip Gupta stated, “We are excited to be working together and aim towards combining our efforts in realising events, to bring forth quality esports that deserves to be seen and experienced in all its greatness and intensity.”
While PGL CEO Silviu Stroie mentioned, “PGL’s reputation hinges on its commitment to bring fans around the world the best esports content. We know how passionate the Indian fanbase is and we aim to write our own page in the esports story of this part of the world. We can only hope we will live up the expectations that our partners at Cobx and the Indian community has for us.”
Cobx Gaming is one of the latest brands in the country to join the lucrative esports bandwagon. Having launched one of the major tournaments of the country so far, the organisation plans to step up the esports scene of the country a notch. Their flagship esports tournament, Cobx Masters is all set to kick start this month and the registrations are still open for CS:GO and Dota 2.