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eSports: India’s Yuvin Community Cup is back with Season 2

eSports: India’s Yuvin Community Cup is back with Season 2

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Published: 19 Jun 2020 7:24 AM GMT

After the success of Yuvin Community Cup (YCC) Season 1, we are back with Season 2. This time with more titles, a greater number of teams and a much bigger prize pool.

Mumbai, India (16th July, 2020) - The motto of the Yuvin Community Cup is to engage with esports communities across South Asia and Southeast Asian regions and provide opportunities of knowledge-share to the players. YCC Season 2 will be held between 26th June to 7th July 2020 and spread over 3 major esports titles.


Dota 2 competition has a mix of qualifying and invitational format. The tournament is open for teams from eight South Asian countries: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and India. Considering the robust DOTA2 community, Myanmar based teams are special invitees to YCC S2. CSGO will see participation from only Indian teams. The tournament is going to be an amazing treat for the esports enthusiasts specially for DOTA2 lovers across South Asia and Southeast Asia regions. The matches will be streamed on Facebook and YouTube.

There are multiple fans and players engagement activities planned over the next few weeks. Stay tuned for the reveals.

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After the grand success of Yuvin Community Cup Season 1 which attracted over 600k engagement across various social platforms, we are aiming higher now. We are extremely proud and looking forward to creating a festival of esports between multiple gaming communities. This is the first time but definitely not the last time that we’re organising something of this scale and we are ready to give it our all. We thank Cooler Master and Creative Peripherals for trusting us with this opportunity and we are looking forward to many more such events in the future which will connect gaming communities from multiple regions and create a strong brand presence as well as revolutionise the esports market.” Sharang Naicker, Founder & MD of Yuvin Esports shared his thoughts on a quick chat.

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