Skyesports Grand Slam is coming back for another season in 2022 with a $40,000 prize pool that will be split between Valorant and Battle Ground India Mobile with the help of broadcasting partners LOCO and AMD.
Registration is set to kick off on 15th of January 2022, an open for all segments where amateur teams can register for a shot at proving themselves against established teams. Interested teams can head over to the official Skyesports website to get their names in.
“We are beginning 2022 with one of our oldest IPs, the Skyesports Grand Slam. We are thrilled to include VALORANT this year as the game continues to grow in popularity in the region. We are also returning to BGMI in the Skyesports Grand Slam. The 2022 Asian Games are coming up and we are continuing our commitment to provide a platform for underdogs and top teams alike to hone their skills,” said Shiva Nandy, the CEO of Skyesports.
The final round for BGMI in the Skyesports Grand Slam 2022 will house six invited teams including the top two teams of the Skyesports Grand Slam season one, Skyesports Championship 3.0, and the Skyesports Mobile Open.
All the Skyesports Grand Slam matches will be broadcasted on YouTube and Loco. Skyesports are available on, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn. Keep an eye on their socials for any update surrounding the event.