The Esports Club Partners with Intel for TEC Challenger Series

The Esports Club (TEC) is a Bangalore-based esports startup founded in 2019 with the primary goal of producing esports experiences.

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The Esports Club (TEC), one of India’s top esports platforms situated in Bangalore, announced a partnership with Intel today, introducing the ‘Intel presents TEC Challenger Series’ for Valorant. The Intel presents TEC Challenger Series is one of South Asia’s largest Valorant competitions; with a massive prize pool of INR 15 Lakhs, with the victor receiving the lion’s share of INR 8 Lakhs.

Speaking about the latest campaign, Ishaan Arya, Co-founder of The Esports Club, stated that they are thrilled to have Intel on board as a partner and to be reintroducing the famous TEC Challenger Series. With the shared goal of enhancing the region’s esports ecosystem; they look forward to expanding and improving possibilities for their community through this strategic relationship.

Participants from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, the Maldives, and Nepal are welcome to compete. The Intel Presents TEC Challenger Series registration is currently open on The Esports Club website.

The Esports Club’s Director of Esports, Mansoor ‘Nabu’ Ahmed, stated that the reception to the TEC Challenger Series has been fantastic in the past. They are thrilled to be able to offer opportunities to teams in the region through their world-class esports events.

About The Esports Club

The Esports Club (TEC) is a Bangalore-based esports startup founded in 2019 with the primary goal of producing esports experiences; while assisting grassroots community development in India and other South Asian nations. With over 20 years of combined gaming, esports, and marketing experience; the entire crew behind The Esports Club eats, sleeps, and breathes gaming. The Esports Club hosts some of the largest PC esports events in the region, including recently concluded Pro Leagues for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege and CS:GO; as well as some of the region’s largest Valorant campaigns, such as The Esports Club Gauntlet, which has a prize pool of INR 52 Lakh ($75,000).

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