Vadodara, dated 22 September 2023, Friday
The Indian e-sports community is buzzing with excitement as Gujarat native Yash Bhalawala has been selected as the manager for the Indian e-sports squad that will be participating in the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou, China. This prestigious appointment With Bhallawala’s proven track record of leadership in the field of eSports management and deep understanding of eSports, Yash Bhallawala is poised to play a key role in guiding the Indian eSports team to success at the 19th Asian Games. His experience in team coordination, strategic planning and his passion for e-sports make him perfect for this role.
The 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou, China will be an important platform for India to showcase its talent on the global e-sports stage. India is participating in four titles. Namely, the appointment of Yash Bhalawala as manager reflects the nation’s commitment to nurture and promote eSports talent and is expected to inspire aspiring eSports enthusiasts across India.
Commenting on his appointment, Yash Bhalawala said, “I am very honored and excited to take on the role of manager for the Indian eSports team at the 19th Asian Games. India has tremendous potential for eSports and I am committed to ensure it. Our team is Showcasing the best of his abilities on a prestigious stage.”
“The growth of eSports in India has been an exciting journey, and I am thrilled to be a part of this incredible growth. ESports not only provides exciting opportunities for players but also contributes significantly to the country’s digital and sports landscape. Significant Milestones way to achieve, and am committed to ensuring, India’s eSports talent shines on the global stage,” said Yash Bhalawala, Manager, Indian eSports Contingent.
The 19th Asian Games will be held in Hangzhou, China, from 23 September 2023 to 08 October 2023. The Indian eSports team, under the guidance of Yash Bhalawala, will compete in various eSports games, aiming to make the nation proud.
– FIFA Online 4: Charan Jot Singh and Karaman Singh – Street Fighter V: Champion Edition. Mayank Prajapati and Ayan Biswas – DOTA2: Darshan Bata (Captain), Krish Gupta, Abhishek Yadav, Ketan Goyal and Shubham Goli
– League of Legends: Akshay Shenoy (captain), Samarth Trivedi, Mihir Ranjan, Aditya Selvaraja, Akash Shandilya and Sanindhya Malik in their new role, Yash Bhalawala will manage the preparations of the Indian e-sports team, coordinate with the players, coaches and support staff and ensure that the team A top performance for a highly competitive Asian.