Jio announces Call of Duty Mobile Aces Esports Challenge, Check Prize Pool, Registration Link, Where to Watch, all you need to know about Tournament

Jio announces Call of Duty Mobile Aces Esports Challenge, Check Prize Pool of Rs 25 lakh, Registration Link, Where to Watch LIVE
Jio announces Call of Duty Mobile Aces Esports Challenge, Check Prize Pool of Rs 25 lakh, Registration Link, Where to Watch LIVE

Jio announces Call of Duty Mobile Aces Esports Challenge, Check Prize Pool, Registration Link, Where to Watch, all you need to know about Tournament –  Jio Games & Qualcomm CDMA technologies have joined hands for a year-long collaboration on the Jio Esports platform. The platform is eyeing to become the biggest Esports platform in India by hosting major Esports tournaments. Recently, the first-ever Call of Duty mobile mega tournament has been announced by the platform, Call of Duty Mobile Aces.

How to Register for Call of Duty Mobile Aces Esports Challenge?

With a Prizepool of Rs 25 lakh, the tournament is already open for registration on the Jio Games platform. The tournament will feature both solo & team (5v5) mode. Registration has begun for both Solo & Team format. While registration for Solo qualifiers is live till 11th April, registration for team mode is open till 30th April. No registration fees included. Players can take part in the mega event fps battle for free.

Here you can find the Link for Registration: https://play.jiogames.com/esports/#/esports/

Note: Create an account at Jio games if not created already & don’t forget to update your profile before you hit the Join button.

You can find out match dates, formats, tournament rules & more on the official website. There will be invited teams as well.

Where to Watch?

Matches will be live-streamed on JioTV, Esports HD channel, Facebook, and YouTube JioGames channel.

More about the Tournament

This is an initiative by both leading brands in their respective fields towards building a strong Indian Esports ecosystem. PUBG or without PUBG, both companies believe India still has a lot to offer to the Esports world. This a platform to nurture and grow young Indian Esports talents.

Qualcomm India vice president Rajen Vagadia has stated “We wanted to collaborate with a brand like Jio that deeply understands the opportunity and matches our belief, not only in the superlative experiences our technology delivers, but also in the tremendous gaming capabilities of Indians in the hyper competitive world of mobile esports,”