July 15, 2024

Yash Bhalawala of Vadodara has been appointed as the team manager for the Asian Games ranking of the Indian team in the international road to the Asian Games

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 Vadodara (Gujarat) [India], July 28:  Yash Bhalawala of Vadodara has been appointed as the manager of the Indian team for Asian Games ranking in the International Road to Asian Games (FIFA Online / EA Sports Branded Soccer Games) scheduled from 2nd to 6th August 2023 at Seoul, South Korea.  Which is a matter of pride for Vadodara.  Currently, Yash Bhalawala is working in the Sports Authority of India and is working in the All India Federation.  The players will be accompanied by Yash Bhalawala as the dignitary representative of the eSports Association of Gujarat.  His extensive experience in the eSports industry and dedication to promoting eSports at the grassroots level has made him an important part of the Indian eSports ecosystem.

 The Road to Asian Games event in Seoul presents a golden opportunity for the Indian team to compete against some of the best esports athletes from across the Asian continent.  The event also serves as a stepping stone for qualification to the upcoming Asian Games, where eSports will feature as a medal sport for the first time in history.  The eSports Association of Gujarat and the entire Indian esports community rally behind the team, wishing them all the best for the event.  The team’s journey to Seoul was made possible by the joint efforts of various stakeholders and their unwavering support for the growth of eSports in India.

 “As the FIFA Online 4 Indian eSports team gets ready to make their mark on the international stage, they aim to make the nation proud and inspire a new generation of eSports enthusiasts in the country,” says Yash Bhalalawala of the eSports Association of Gujarat.

About eSports Association of Gujarat: The eSports Association of Gujarat is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion and development of eSports in the state and is a member of the eSports Federation of India.  With a vision to build a thriving eSports ecosystem, the eSports Association of Gujarat actively supports talented players and helps them reach their full potential on both national and international platforms.

 The highly talented and determined Indian eSports team of FIFA Online 4 is all set to embark on an exciting journey.  He is set to represent the nation at the prestigious Road to Asian Games event in Seoul.  The event, to be held from 02 to 06 August 2023, promises to showcase the region’s top gaming talent.  The Indian team is eager to make its mark on the international stage.  Consisting of two exceptional players and one distinguished representative, the Indian FIFA Online 4 eSports team is full of passion and dedication to showcase their skills and bring glory to the nation.  Team members include:

  • Charanjot Singh:- A 20-year-old college student from Chandigarh describes himself first, as a football fanatic.  “When I’m not playing FIFA on my console, I’m watching it on TV or I’m out on the field playing football,” he says, laughing.  He is now one of two FIFA 22 players selected for the 15-man esports squad.  who will represent India in the 2023 Asian Games in Hangzhou, China.  Ranked as the No. 1 FIFA 22 athlete in India, he has won the AIFF eFootball Challenge twice, consistently proving his mettle in the Indian gaming circuit.  Moving from India, Charanjot has showcased his skills internationally by winning the FGS Singapore Open, FGS South Asia Play-ins, FIFA eNations Asia Playoffs and the FAS eSports Championship.  Moreover, he has proudly represented India in various places like Denmark, London (three times), Qatar and Malaysia.  Due to its continued success, India has been ranked 6th in the world of FIFA esports.  Interestingly, Charanjot didn’t own a console until a few years ago and started playing on a friend’s desktop.  After his first win at the EA Road to Russia event in 2018, his parents bought him their own.  After seeing his son’s achievements so far, he now sees esports as a viable career option.  “It has come to a point where my mother, who doesn’t watch any of my games, has taken an interest in how I perform. She asks for regular updates and advises me to focus on honing my skills and  This motivates me enough to want to bring the medal home,” says Singh.  Singh’s mother, who works in the government, is proud of her son and his achievements so far in esports.  “I am happy that he is pursuing what he loves because that is the most important thing. But I also make sure that his studies are not affected, and he manages both on his own very well,” she said.  expressed.  At the Asian Games, Charanjot will carry the hopes of not just his parents but the entire nation on his shoulders as he looks to bring back the medals to India.
  • Karman Singh Tikka:- Hailing from Delhi, Karman Singh, also known by his in-game name “Tikkatown”, is a talented 20-year-old FIFA 22 player.  which has made a name for itself in the competitive gaming community.  With 10 times more pressure than usual at the Asian Games in Hangzhou, Karman expects himself to come home with a medal from the tournament.  His confidence and command of the game helped him secure 2nd place in the inaugural Hero eISL, Karaman’s skills also helped him secure 1st place in the AIFF eFootball Challenge Qualifier.  Karaman’s love for football goes beyond gaming.  After starting watching football in 2009, he watched Chelsea win the Premier League and immediately became their lifelong supporter.  However, when it comes to FIFA 22, Kerman has the choice to pick Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) as his team of choice.  “PSG have the best dribblers in the game, and I’m happy to use their skills and abilities to get an edge on the virtual pitch,” says Karaman.  With his dedication, talent and strategic brilliance, Karman has all the attributes to make the country proud and realize his dreams at the Asian Games.

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