The third and final day of the India-Korea Invitational, a first-of-its-kind Esports festival presented by KRAFTON, came to an exciting end at Pragati Maidan in Delhi. Eight teams from India and Korea competed in the three-day invitational, which featured major Esports titles like Real Cricket, BGMI, and Road To Valor: Empires.
The three-day event, which drew an audience of over 12,000, was a celebration of gaming and the unification of two nations via the sharing of information and culture. The winner of the BGMI India-Korea Invitational is DPLUS KIA.
Senior government officials and important dignitaries, including Chang Jae-bok, the Korean ambassador to India, Nivruti Rai, MD and CEO of Invest India, Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, the goalkeeper for the Indian national football team, and Yuzvendra Chahal, an Indian cricket player, among honorable members of the parliament and others from the Sports Authority of India, came to support this cultural and competitive fusion during the three-day celebration.
The occasion served as a showcase for KRAFTON’s dedication to supporting and fostering India’s emerging esports scene and advancing esports internationally.
Here are the outcomes from the three days of the competition
|BGMI Invitational Winner||DPLUS KIA||INR 40,00,000|
|1st Runner Up||GODS REIGN||INR 20,00,000|
|2nd Runner Up||EMTEK STORMX||INR 10,00,000|
|Best IGL||DKxFAVIAN||INR 2,00,000|
|Real Cricket||Jayesh Laljibhai Kotadiya||INR 5,00,000|
|Road To Valor: Empires||Titans Claw||INR 40,000|