HyperX Promotes Indian Fighting Games Community with Another Successful Event in Delhi

By: DT News Network
August, 09, 2017

HyperX, a high performance Gaming peripherals manufacturer and fervent participant in the gaming community, teamed up with Nodwin Gaming and ESL India to organize KO Fight Nights that struck the right chord among gaming community.

KO Fight Nights was a 6 city tournament with one qualifying person from each city: New Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Guwahati, Hyderabad and Chennai. Along with dedicated gaming cafés in each city, there was a collaboration with a well-known restaurant chains – Social & Mocha – to conduct city qualifiers and to promote the gaming experience to the audience.

The final match was between Delhi (Player was Bhagwant) and Chennai (Player was Bharat) wherein Delhi won. The India Champion - Bhagwant - is from Delhi and will represent India at Brooklyn Beatdown tournament, New York in September 2017. People who played, either in the tournament or at the experience booth, got a chance to experience the HyperX Revolver gaming headsets.

This highly anticipated event was attended by over 2000 gamers who thronged the venue from all corners of the city. Delhi has a seasoned gaming community and has been growing at an accelerating rate. Every person who played, either in the tournament or at the experience booth were treated to an exhilarating experience created by the HyperX Revolver gaming headsets. The experience booth erected by HyperX evoked a sense of nostalgia as the gamers competed vigorously against one another.




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