8Bit Thug, a well-known streamer of the game Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) and co-owner of S8UL Esports, recently revealed the Thug Amateur League in partnership with Villager Esports. This tournament is open to all BGMI players, including amateurs, providing them with a platform to demonstrate their abilities and vie for a chance to win 4 iPhones. Scheduled to take place from July 11-16, 2023, the Thug Amateur League will exclusively feature matches played on Battlegrounds Mobile India.
Players aged 16 and above are eligible to participate in the tournament. Teams can comprise three to four players. The registration process has already concluded.
The Amateur League is created in collaboration with, and hosted by, Villager Esports; a prominent esports organization in India. This league presents a remarkable chance for amateur players to showcase their skills and make a lasting impression. With an enticing prize pool, this tournament is an unmissable opportunity for any player.
Behind The Hosts
8Bit Thug, also known as Animesh Agarwal, is the founder of India’s leading esports consulting and talent management agency. He is also the founder of S8UL and team s0ul, who are the defending BGMI Champions. He has joined forces with prominent leaders in the gaming industry, such as Nodwin Gaming and LOCO, to make significant progress in the advancement of gaming and esports in India. Together, they have formed valuable partnerships that contribute to the growth and development of the gaming community in the country.
Established in 2020, Villager Esports has emerged as a prominent force in the Indian esports scene. Their primary objective is to foster the growth and development of esports within the country. Over the years, Villager Esports has forged partnerships with major esports brands such as AMD, Intel, and Razer, solidifying their position as a leading organization in the industry.