Game Streaming Platform ‘Loco’ Partners With Activision Blizzard To Host Call Of Duty Mobile Tournament

Pocket Aces
Esports and game streaming platform Loco

Loco, an Esports and game streaming platform, has announced its partnership with video game publishing giant Activision Blizzard.

Under the partnership, the two will jointly host the Call of Duty Mobile tournament.

As per an official statement by the company, the tournament, with a prize pool of Rs 35 lakh, will be India’s biggest tournament after PUBG.

Call Of Duty Mobile Tournament

Comprising of two tournaments- Call of Duty Mobile India Cup Open and Call of Duty Mobile India Cup Pro, the event will be live exclusively on Loco.

Talking about the tournament, Anirudh Pandita, Founder, Pocket Aces (Loco’s parent company), said,

“We are thrilled to partner with a leading game publisher such as Activision Blizzard and to host a tournament of this magnitude and scale. Call of Duty is a legendary title, and we are really excited to build the Call of Duty Mobile eSports ecosystem in the country from the ground up.”

As per the company, registrations for the Call of Duty Mobile India Cup Open tournament are underway.

Teams from across the country can sign up and will be able to compete against each other in 5v5 matches in an open qualifier format.

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