Galaxy Racer announces a massive esports tournament featuring 20,000,000 PKR prizepool, following expansion in Pakistan . Earlier this month, Galaxy Racer Esports announces the expansion in the Pakistan region. A recent announcement reveals that Galaxy Racer will be holding an Esports tournament with a huge prize pool of 2 Crore Pakistani Rupees. Moreover, the Esports tournament will be having TV broadcast partners.
Galaxy Racer announces a massive esports tournament featuring 20,000,000 PKR prizepool, following expansion in Pakistan
Galaxy Racer is a UAE-based Esports organization. And the organization has been growing exponentially all around the world. To become the world’s biggest digital influencer the company has now expanded its territory in Pakistan. Galaxy Racer Announced a partnership with Fakhr Alam to do so.
Today Galaxy Racer signed an MOU with Special Technology Zones Authority. Moreover, this MOU was signed in the presence of his Highness Sheikh Mohammad Dalmook Al Maktoum and Dr. Arif Alvi President of Pakistan. Galaxy Racer Announced that they are holding a huge Esports tournament with a huge prize pool of PKR 2 Crore. They also mentioned that the tournament will be held in December and they will have TV broadcast Partners. The Tournament will be led by Fakhr Alam.
All the details about the tournament have not yet been released. The games of the tournament will consist of both Mobile and PC games. The Tournament is going to be a very good chance for the new gamers to show their potential as well. Moreover, this tournament is surely going to be amazing and the fans are keenly waiting for this tournament as well. Let’s hope that we will be able to see some amazing gaming moments and more.
That said, that’s all we know about the Upcoming Esports tournament until now. The tournament is surely a golden chance for the gamers and earns the prize. If we get any more info on this topic anytime soon, we’ll be sure to inform you as well.
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