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Indian Gaming League to roll out in India soon

A professional gaming league called Indian Gaming League is slated to launch in India in January, 2016.

By: Tech Desk | Mumbai | January 12, 2016 5:48:42 pm
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A professional gaming league called Indian Gaming League is slated to launch in India in January, 2016. The IGL will consist of games like Fifa, Counterstrike, Halo, Dota 2 and more. Sony & Major Gaming Leagues are the key partners of the gaming platform.

IGL has been founded by two entrepreneurs – Yash Pariani, 23 and Krish Galani, 20. While Yash is a DJ and owns ‘One World Productions’ in Greece; Krish is responsible for Americas first female pro league for the game Call Of Duty.

IGL will function on both online and offline platforms in India. Players will be able to purchase credits and play online leagues through web portals. Apart from this, the winners from online leagues can participate in an annual event. The event will have mega competitions and teams can win cash prices.

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