Indian version of Battle Royale, Indus is hosting its first ever series of nationwide grassroots esports tournaments dubbed Indus Inferno. Created by award-winning Pune-based developer SuperGaming, Indus is an Indo-futuristic battle royale slated for mobile, PC, and consoles with pre-registrations live on Google Play for Android.

Indus Inferno kicked off with the regional scrims featuring a Rs 50,000 prize pool this week. The scrims were met with immense excitement, with players hailing from multiple cities across India. The Indus Inferno finale scheduled to take place on 1 June will feature a lucrative prize pool of Rs 5,00,000.

Player registration for the open qualifiers will end on 19 May. The qualifiers are set to run from 20 to 24 May. It is important to note that only the top 2,000 players from the Inferno in-game leaderboard will be eligible to register for the qualifiers. The top 10 winning teams from the open qualifiers will earn coveted spots in the finale, joining the invited esports teams for an epic showdown.

The following teams have been invited for the Indus Inferno Finale:

  • Team Moggers 
  • Team Redlock
  • Team Pushpa
  • Destruction of Game

In addition to this, teams of Indus content creators, community members, several esports organisations as well as winners of past playtests will be present for the tournament. There’s a total prize pool of Rs 5,00,000 with the winners netting Rs 2,50,000 and the runners-up, third-place, and fourth place getting Rs 1,00,000, Rs 75,000, and Rs 50,000 respectively. The most valuable player will get Rs 25,000.

More importantly, the finale will feature India’s top esports team owners. These include:

  • Godlike Esports
  • Revenant Esports
  • Orangutan 
  • Entity Gaming
  • Reckoning Esports
  • Carnival Gaming
  • Chemin Esports
  • True Rippers
  • Enigma Gaming
  • Team Tamilas
  • Marcos Gaming
  • TWOB

“With Indus Inferno and previous Indus esports tournaments that we’ve been running since last year such as the Indus Invitational and Indus Unchained, we want to lay the foundation for a sustainable esports ecosystem for our community and the nation at large,” said SuperGaming CEO and co-founder Roby John. “Having India’s best esports team owners at the finale is our small way of making that happen.”

SuperGaming is also going to have exclusive rewards, developer panels, and more, so head on over to the official Indus Discord server for all the details.