Revenant roster

India’s Revenant Esports will compete at the Pokemon UNITE World Championship in 2022. Revenant Esports earned a spot in the Pokemon UNITE World Championships 2022 by hustling their way among the top Esports teams in the nation and winning the Indian regional qualifier with a strong showing. They defeated Ascension 3-1 in the championship game and won $20,000 in prize money. The regional qualifiers featured a total of 24 teams, including well-known Esports groups such as True Rippers Esports, Enigma Gaming, Entity Gaming, and S8ul. All nine of Revenant Esports’ games during the group stages and playoffs were victories, which was impressive throughout the competition.

The team, comprising captain Raunak Sen (Crowley), Omkar Sawardekar (Omen), Adnan Badshah (Badshah), Jeet Kundra (Swifty), Anklesh Satelkar (Novaa), and Vishnu Khatri (Xesol), were assembled recently on June 13. The tournament’s inaugural edition will feature 16 teams competing for the title, having qualified from 26 different nations. The groups will include four teams each, with the top two teams moving on to the playoffs. While the final will be played in a best-of-five format with a bracket reset, all games will be played in a double elimination, best-of-three format.

In the upcoming Pokemon UNITE World Championship, which will take place in London from August 19–20, the team will now represent India. There will be a sizable prize pool of USD 500,000 for the competition.

Revenant Esports is aiming for the bullseye at the Pokemon UNITE World Championship 2022

“I am extremely delighted that the team has qualified for the World Championship, considering the fact that these qualifiers were the current roster’s first competitive appearance. The way they sailed through the group stage and playoffs was impressive. Being the first Esports team to represent India in this particular tournament is a commendable achievement for us and we are confident that the team will make everyone proud. We are looking forward to the tournament and competing with the best teams from all over the world,” said Rohit Jagasia, Founder & CEO of Revenant Esports.

“Having earned a lot of recognition through DOTA 2, it feels like a great accomplishment to represent your country on the international stage for multiple games. Everyone on the team put in a lot of effort and was confident about our chances right from the beginning. This was visible in the qualifiers as we went unbeaten in the regional championships in spite of the high level of competition. I hope that we transition that form to the World Championship as well and bag the trophy,” an elated skipper Raunak “Crowley” Sen expressed.

The tournament’s inaugural edition will feature 16 teams competing for the title, having qualified from 26 different nations. The groups will include four teams each, with the top two teams moving on to the playoffs. While the final will be played in a best-of-five format with a bracket reset, all games will be played in a double elimination, best-of-three format.

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