WinZO, a vernacular social gaming platform, has entered into a partnership with Tencent Games India to bring you PUBG Mobile tournaments. WinZO will now be conducting PUBG Mobile tournaments for free on its platform with prizes over Rs1 crore per month up for grabs.
WinZO has significant reach in the non-urban regions of the country, especially in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities where 80% of the players use the app in their own languages. Currently, WinZO has languages like Hindi, Bangla, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Gujarati, Marathi, Punjabi and Bhojpuri.
By letting users access the app in their language of choice has helped WinZO create a first-of-its-kind vernacular e-sports portal which they are going to use for PUBG Mobile following this partnership.
Being able to play PUBG Mobile tournaments in a local language will empower gamers in the smaller Indian cities and also get them acquainted with the rapidly emerging e-sports leagues like ESL.
PUBG Mobile is WinZO’s latest addition, besides this, the platform offers games on its platform like Cricket, Carrom etc; in multiple formats like 24X7 Tournaments, Real time multiplayer format and the Versus mode. Tickets for most of these games range from free entries to Rs 25/entry. PUBG Mobile tournaments are, however, free.