Tirth Mehta, Charanjot Singh storm into quarter-finals at National Esports Championships 2022

The 2018 Asian Online games medalist Tirth Mehta lived up to the anticipations and entered the quarter-finals in the Hearthstone at the Esports Federation of India’s (ESFI) National Esports Championships 2022 (NESC ’22) that commenced on April 18.

Mehta had won bronze when the Esports was performed as the demonstrative title in the 2018 Asiad. Apart from Mehta, Vinayak Subramanian, Karthik Varma Vegesna, Shikhar, Adarsh Shivam, Garv Arora and Manveer Singh also made it to the quarter-closing stage in Hearthstone.

Charanjot Singh made equally outstanding functionality in FIFA22 and progressed into the quarter-finals as more than 200 athletes from across the country have been battling it out in five well-known Esports titles—DOTA 2, Hearthstone, FIFA22, Avenue Fighter V, and League of Legends.

The other players who highly developed in the FIFA22 are: Saransh Rajesh Jain, Karman Singh Tikka, Sagnik Banerjee, Akshat Khandelwal, Saksham Rattam, Soumak Ghosh and Afnan Ameen Khan.

The NESC has been a prestigious countrywide celebration hosted by ESFI for the esports community because the 2018 Asian Online games. This time, even so, to insert much more thrills to the chase and up the amount of levels of competition, ESFI has tweaked the format and the national qualifiers are performed in a double elimination format. As section of this change, teams and players will now get a second chance to qualify for the finals, making the nail-biting complete of the NESC ’22 a have to-check out celebration.

In DOTA 2, Workforce Whoops secured their location in the quarter-finals alongside with Serene.Chaos, Misal 3 Pav, Workforce Avengers, DMC, Digicont, Classy Players and New Gods even though Mohit Sharma, Aman Ahuja, Viplav Bhandari, Kasif Sayyed, Bhagwant Singh, Ayan Biswas, Aditya Verma and Mayank Prajapati will be part of the Very last-8 stage of Street Fighter V.

As there are only four groups registered for the esports title League of Legends—Temple of Kings, Assistance No Vision, Pineapple Cake and Coco Cats—all of them will commence their marketing campaign instantly in the semi-finals.

Centered on the performances of the on-likely function, ESFI will be picking the Indian contingent for the impending Asian Online games as the gamers will get a probability to signify the region at the mega celebration. Esports has been extra as the medal sport for the very first-time ever in the 2022 Asian Games which is scheduled to acquire spot in Hangzhou, China from September 10-25.

The winners of NESC ’22 will participate in the AESF’s Street to Asian Games – Regional Qualifiers (June-July, 2022), which are currently being held for seeding at the major event in China.

ESFI will live stream the thrilling action of the NESC ’22 from the quarter-finals on its official YouTube channel from April 22-24.

ESFI continued its partnership with Artsmith- Ideas & Visions which will lengthen its assist as the communication husband or wife.

The quarter finalists from the playoffs who will be combating it out to compete in the finals are:


Winner Bracket Leading 4 – Workforce Whoops, Serene Chaos, 1 Misal 3 Pav, Team Avengers

Loser Bracket Major 4 – DMC, Digicont, Classy Avid gamers, New Gods


Winner Bracket Major 4 – Tirth Mehta, Vinayak Venkat Subramanian, Karthik Varma Vegesna,


Loser Bracket Major 3 – Adarsh Shivam, Garv Arora, Manveer Singh


Winner Bracket Top rated 4 – Saransh Rajesh Jain, Karman Singh Tikka, Sagnik Banerjee, Charanjot


Loser Bracket Top 4 – Akshat Khandelwal, Saksham Rattam, Soumak Ghosh, Afnan Ameen


Street Fighter V

Winner Bracket Best 4 – Mohit Sharma, Aman Ahuja, Viplav Bhandari, Kasif Sayyed

Loser Bracket Prime 4 – Bhagwant Singh, Ayan Biswas, Aditya Verma, Mayank Prajapati

As there are only 4 teams (Temple of Kings, Assistance No Vision, Pineapple Cake and Coco Cats) registered for esports title League of Legends, all four will directly clash in the semi-finals of the countrywide qualifiers.

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