MortaL Wants Official Rocket League Tournaments in India


Rocket League has seen some recognition at local esports events in India, but it looks like official tournaments for the game may be held soon if esports athlete Naman ‘MortaL’ Mathur has his way. Taking to Twitter, MortaL expressed interest in having official tournaments for the game in the country, expecting the game to have good viewership if it does get official recognition. That said, the developer and publisher of the game, Psyonix hasn’t really been active in promoting Rocket League in India. Perplexing when you consider it’s owned by Epic Games, which has a team in the country. Then again, Epic isn’t too keen on pushing Fortnite in India either versus its efforts in other markets.

According to a report by AFK Gaming, Rocket League has seen a good amount of small-scale tournaments in the country including APL Indian National, Rocket League India: Asia Open, and Score Esports ‘21 2v2 and 3v3. However it hasn’t seen the same amount of success as games like Valorant and will take some time to catch up to other popular games like Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) with official support. The report also noted that Indian teams came close to reach the closed qualifier at Intel World Open – Asia Mainland Regional that was held recently, which bodes well for the future of the now free-to-play game.

As for what other games the former PUBG Mobile esports player is interested in, MortaL recently expressed interest in playing BGMI competitively in the future and streams the game regularly on his Youtube channel.

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