The ESL India Premiership 2018 esports competition has just wrapped up in Mumbai, and the event (organised alongside Omen by HP) was the culmination of the first season of the competition, where the top four contestants from the Masters Leagues of various games fought it out to become the best.
The grand finals saw Mukul Anchal win in Clash Royale, while local team Signify lifted the Dota 2 trophy and Team Invictus became CS:GO champs, all of which was streamed on Hotstar. That wasn't all though, as aside from top esports teams there was also plenty of events like comedians, experience booths, gaming zones, and more.
Omen by HP will continue to sponsor the tournament for the second consecutive year, showcasing HP's "unwavering support to the domestic competitive gaming scene," according to the press release.
Are you glad to see India getting more esports tournaments?