Indian esports would be boosted by the Aichi-Nagoya Asian Games in 2024.

Indian esports would be boosted by the Aichi-Nagoya Asian Games in 2024.

After the Indian esports industry took off last year, it is expected to grow rapidly in 2024, bringing in a sizable player base and big income.

The confirmation of esports as a medal sport for the Aichi-Nagoya Asian Games 2026 has prompted the nation's video gaming community to start getting ready to take advantage of the chance to represent their country internationally.

VP of the AESF and Director of the Esports Federation of India, Lokesh Suji, highlights the significance of esports at the Aichi-Nagoya Asian Games. With fair qualifying, ESFI pledges to develop a robust Indian team, collaborating with Hama and FITGMR on equipment and coaching. Suji wants to be successful in the global arena.

According to Lokesh Suji, states that embrace esports will maintain the positive trend by boosting academies, partnerships, educational integration, participation, and support, which will grow esports' presence in the sports world.

Founder and CEO of 8Bit Creatives, Animesh Agarwal, believes that in 2024, the expansion of the industry would be fueled by smart partnerships and games made in India. Expects a rise of games with an Indian theme, such as Indus Battle Royale, that incorporate the culture of the country. predicts that universities providing Esports courses, degrees, and scholarships will support the government's efforts to promote gaming, enabling amateur players.


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