India’s longest running e-sports championship Taiwan Excellence Gaming Cup (TEGC) is back with its 6th edition!

SportsIndia’s longest running e-sports championship Taiwan Excellence Gaming Cup (TEGC) is back...


TEGC is once again all set to give gamers the ultimate gaming experience with a chance to experience the best of gaming technology first-hand and prove their skills. So, all you gaming enthusiasts, assemble your team and get ready for that superb adrenaline rush as you put your strategizing minds at work. You will also get to experience some latest cutting-edge gaming products from world’s leading Taiwanese brands like ADATA, AverMedia, MSI, Thermaltake, Transcend, Zowie and many more at the grand finale.

And the excitement doesn’t end here because the winning team of CS:GO will get a golden opportunity to represent India at the international level for the Taiwan Excellence eSports championship to play a friendly match with TEGC winners from Taiwan, Malaysia, Philippines and Thailand.

The tournament is divided into three stages – the Elimination Rounds, Online Play offs and the Grand Finale. The top 8 teams of each game CS:GO and DOTA 2 will get to compete at the two-day grand finale in Mumbai. The championship will challenge PUBG, DOTA 2 & CS:GO players to battle it out for the revered cup with winners taking home a cumulative cash prize of Rs. 10 Lakhs.

So, here is your chance to be a part of India’s mega championship! Hurry register today at

When: 5th to 7th July 2019

Where: Blitz Gaming, 1190,18th C Main Road, 5th Block, Rajaji Nagar, Bangaluru, Karnataka 560010

Game: CS:GO

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