Credit: Twitter

Credit: Twitter

Windows 11 and AMD have joined as powered by sponsors for India's biggest ESports tournament, CS:GO Masters competition next month, organised by India's first ever franchise-based Esports League, Skyesports Masters. Players will take part in the gaming café qualifications in 20 Indian cities beginning in June 2023 to showcase some of the top CS:GO talent in the nation at the grassroots level.

The Skyesports Masters now has one of the top operating systems and one of the most well-known graphic businesses on board, and they will contribute their knowledge to elevate this competition to a new level.

The Skyesports Masters is scheduled for Mumbai and will be a LAN tournament, meaning there will be a sizable live crowd as well. The final eight franchised teams in Skyesports Masters will compete to win. With a record-breaking prize pool of INR 2,00,00,000, Skyesports also hopes to make this the largest gaming tournament in Indian history.

AMD is a multinational semiconductor company, which is popular for its impressive range of graphics cards, while Microsoft Windows 11, the world’s leading operating system, will be powering Skyesports Masters to enhance the visual experience, and also provide a seamless gaming experience to the participants.

The founder and CEO of Skyesports, Shiva Nandy stated in an interaction after getting the sponsors onboard, "We are thrilled to have AMD and Windows 11 with us for India’s biggest gaming tournament, the Skyesports Masters. We need to provide the players with the best infrastructure for competing in the league, and with the power of AMD and Windows 11 have aced that."