AA Gaming’s Rush B CSGO Tournament Draws Massive 1.6 Million Views

With more than 1.6 million views, the tournament is an indication of Counter-Strike’s revival in the country.

AA Gaming, a prominent esports production house in India, has successfully wrapped up the inaugural season of its highly anticipated Counter-Strike IP, Rush B. This invitational tournament showcased the nation’s top eight teams competing for the coveted championship title and a generous share of the prize pool.

Championship Victory for Only Friends: In an electrifying display of skill and strategy, Only Friends emerged as the triumphant champions of the tournament, defeating KingPins in an intense showdown. While both teams showcased exceptional performance throughout the competition, Only Friends proved to be the superior force, outclassing their opponents with ease in a captivating one-sided final.

AA Gaming played host to the thrilling CSGO Rush B tournament, partnering with Glance as the smart lockscreen sponsor and SE Arena as the esteemed platform partner. Additionally, TalkEsport served as the dedicated media partner for the event, ensuring extensive coverage and engagement among esports enthusiasts.

The tournament experienced resounding success, signifying the steady resurgence of Counter-Strike in India. Garnering an impressive viewership of over 1.6 million and reaching 3 million impressions across various platforms, the event showcased the escalating interest in competitive gaming. Moreover, Glance achieved remarkable exposure, amassing a staggering 100 million impressions through its lock screen activations dedicated to the tournament.

Akash Dhangar, Founder and CEO of AA Gaming, expressed his congratulations to Only Friends and acknowledged the tournament’s immense popularity. He stated, “The exceptional viewership numbers and overwhelming response to this tournament highlight the revival of Counter-Strike in our country. We eagerly anticipate the return of Rush B with Season 2.”

Rush B: An Esports Marvel:

Rush B marks AA Gaming’s second esports intellectual property, following the success of the AAA Esports Series. Held earlier this year, the AAA Esports Series embraced an open-for-all format, offering a substantial prize pool of Rs. 100,000. The tournament showcased renowned titles such as Pokemon UNITE and Dota 2, captivating a diverse audience of esports enthusiasts.

AA Gaming’s Rush B tournament concluded with Only Friends emerging as the deserving champions. The event showcased the growing popularity of Counter-Strike in India, drawing significant viewership and engagement. With the resounding success of Rush B Season 1, fans can eagerly anticipate the return of this remarkable esports spectacle with Season 2.

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