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[HyperX Furious Four Contest] How can professional gaming improve in India?

While e-sports is quite big in Asia Pacific, US, UK and Europe in general. India is still playing catch up in e-sports. Where do you think Indian Gaming and gamers are lacking?

Is it the infrastructure, the perception of gaming in general or less involvement of brands. How can Professional Gaming improve in India?

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3 years, 5 months ago
Shrey Mishra
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13 answers (answer)

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3 years, 5 months ago
Sudhanshu Bajaj
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Great Initiative Kingston India, I think one way in which it can improve is by better infrastructure in general along with better career prospects for e-sports fanatics.

3 years, 5 months ago
Lalit
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It is improving ! Will do more ! Companies like CoolerMaster now sponsoring good Prayers. We have Bunch of Good DOTA 2 & LOL player. Recently Someone called by Ttesports (Sorry for got the name). So the scene is building up ! CS Go is also making its presence felt. But i do stress on good internet, reliable, affordable, wide reach. As there are still issues, but who knows we will be soon ahead in the Game.

3 years, 5 months ago
Abhishek Prusty
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Yes quite nice points listed above, I also think the prizes should be better.

Apart from that opportunities for gamers to sustain should be made available too.

3 years, 5 months ago
Anirban Ray
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Kingston is one of the few companies who support e-sports.

We all guys agree to this point that gaming in India has just started, it is still growing compared to other countries like as United State's announces that the pro level gamer's in there countries will be now considered as an Athlete. So what we need to do is request our Government to engage in promoting things like this so that more and more peoples could join and We also need to upgrade the mind of almost 90% of peoples so that they can come out of the world of the old traditions and make them believe that there is more options available out there to earn there living.

Some more steps can be taken by the companies that they can start promoting there products in some colleges and schools so that childrens can come in contact with the new technology out there present in market.

Yes I agree to this that it will be difficult to go to school to school to promote the product but they can make some tutorial or a video or can also organize a broadcast and inform all schools and collages to encourage students to take part in it and can conference it to all at single time. And some responsibilities can be given to the local distributors to check that the event functions properly.

I still have much to say but i don't wanna bouree you all...

LOL

3 years, 5 months ago
Sparsh Rathi
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While there is so much at stake when a team goes on to participate, the return is not really there. Since it is really easy to create a team but to actually compete at the international level I think you need lot more infrastructure and mentoring.

Also I think basic things like Internet speeds are still a big hurdle. That said the last 12-14 months have been quite good for gaming. Lets hope for the best :)

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3 years, 5 months ago
Sleeping Panda
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Professional gaming can be improved in India if we start taking it up as a PROFESSION. While it's hard to expect from Government to do something to improve it, I think more competitions with cash rewards should be organized by Gaming related companies. Of course other prizes are great too, but at the end of the day everyone needs money and cash rewards can be great motivation for someone who is looking forward to take up Gaming as a profession. Besides I also believe, Gaming is very costly, at least in India, and not everyone can afford the required hardwares for it. So, if loans can be made available to aspiring gamers to buy the gaming material, it can be of a great support for them.

3 years, 5 months ago
Shashank Kadia
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I think parents should encourage children to take this up, brands on the other hand need to pump in the money to make it more lucrative as a career option.

3 years, 5 months ago
Bhaskar Yo!
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First of all the Internet speeds in India need to improve as the fastest speed in India is less than avg in south korea.We need to have corporates investing in games(hardware and software)and they also need to invest in game development and release-setting up quality game development centres.The trickle down effect would generate lot of involvement in gaming.

We need to build more affordable gaming parlours to attract the masses because right now its a bit expensive as far as Indian standards go.Mobile gaming will be gamechanger in gaming in India as it adds 3+ crore new gamers a year and I think Indian gaming industry will ride on the success of mobile gaming.

3 years, 5 months ago
Sarthak Nigam
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3 years, 5 months ago
Shrey Mishra
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fingers crossed

3 years, 5 months ago
Sparsh Rathi
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Hey Gamers, from the slew of answers we got here are the shortlisted participants. Keep your fingers crossed \m/

1) Sparsh Rathi

2) Abhishek Prusty

3) Shashank Kadia

4) Anirban Ray

5) Lalit

3 years, 4 months ago
Shrey Mishra
2650 2 10
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[Drums Rolling]

The winner is Abhishek Prusty!!!

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3 years, 4 months ago
Shrey Mishra
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