Revenant Esports has qualified for the Pokémon UNITE Asia Champions League in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. They're the second team from India to advance to the final round of the India Qualifier.
Skyesports, a leading esports tournament organizer in South Asia, hosted the India Qualifier, which ran from 8 January to 19 February, with a prize pool of US$8,500.
On the 18 and 19 March, Revenant Esports will travel to Malaysia to compete against the best teams from Southeast and East Asia. The winner of the tournament will earn US$30,000.
"We were one of the first Indian organizations to recognize the potential of Pokemon UNITE in the country and invested in it," said Revenant Esports CEO Rohit Jagasia. "We are extremely proud of our boys for qualifying for the Pokémon UNITE Asia Champions League LAN Final in Malaysia despite defeating in the group stage."
Revenant made an outstanding comeback in the playoffs, defeating Gods Reign, True Rippers, and S8UL Esports.
The Revenant won 2-1 against Marcos Esports in a best-of-three series in the Grand Final.
Jeet "Swifty" Kundra, a member of Revenant Esports' Pokémon UNITE team, said the tournament's format allowed us to compete in the Playoffs as well. "It's fantastic to be the Indian champions again in Kuala Lumpur."
Revenant Esports received US$5,000 for their victory in the India Qualifier, while Marcos Gaming received US$2,500 and S8UL Esports received US$1,500.