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KRAFTON’s India-Korea Invitational Concludes with an Epic Finale

  • Team DPLUS KIA won BGMI, Titans Claw won Road To Valor: Empires and Jayesh Laljibhai Kotadiya won the Real Cricket challenge
  • Indian cricketer Yuzvendra Chahal marked his presence on Day 3 to extend his support to the teams
  • An audience of over 12,000 showcased their support to the teams over three days

L to R: Gamer Tanmay Singh (ScoutOP), Indian cricketer Yuzvendra Chahal and Harns Kim, India Support Team Lead at KRAFTON, Inc. at KRAFTON’s India-Korea Invitational at Pragati Maidan, Delhi

BGMI Invitational Winners DPLUS KIA being felicitated by KRAFTON India CEO Sean Hyunil Sohn

New Delhi: The India-Korea Invitational, a first-of-its-kind Esports celebration hosted by KRAFTON, reached its thrilling conclusion on the third and final day at Pragati Maidan, Delhi. The three-day invitational witnessed eight Indian and Korean teams playing key Esports titles like BGMI, Road To Valor: Empires, and Real Cricket. With an audience of over 12,000 in attendance, the three-day event served as a coming together of two nations uniting over their common passion of gaming and fostering an exchange of knowledge and culture.

Through the three-day celebration, senior government officials and key dignitaries came to extend their support to this cultural and competitive fusion; notably Chang Jae-bok, Korean Ambassador to India, Nivruti Rai, MD and CEO of Invest India, Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, Indian national football team goalkeeper, and Yuzvendra Chahal, Indian cricketer amongst honourable members of the parliament and others from the Sports Authority of India.

The event was a testament to KRAFTON’s commitment to nurturing and celebrating India’s burgeoning Esports community, contributing to the recognition and growth of Esports on a global scale.