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POCO Battle Arena gaming league with GamingMonk - Contest

POCO, now an independent smartphone brand, has announced the POCO Battle Arena gaming league in partnership with e-sports company GamingMonk on 27 April 2020, in India. 

The gaming league is set to attract gamers from around the country. More than 500 squads to compete in a Battle Royale format. Interesting? Are you Pro-gamer? Gameplay expert? If yes, this is the time to go for it. Don't delay to register.


Would you also like to know how to participate or register in GamingMonk Tournament / POCO Battle Arena? If yes, here you go. You can find its brief over here beside steps to sigu-up.

How to register / sign up for POCO Battle Arena at Gamingmonk?

Step 1: Visit Gamingmonk website at https://gamingmonk.com/tournament/39934

Step 2: Click on "Login / Sign up" red button at the top right side.

Step 3: Enter the 'Mobile number' to follow the next steps.

Step 4: Submit and wait for your response. 

Step 5: Take the screen-shot or print-out of the reference for future usage.

Due to huge applicants, there is possibility that 'slot' might be over for a certain date or period. You can try it later if possible.

Each squad will comprise 4 participants, with more than 500 squads battling for the top. The winning squad will be entitled to 4 POCO X2 smartphones. WOW. Hope you might get it. 

With the finale scheduled for the 4th of May -- where 16 squads will compete -- two qualifier rounds will be hosted on the 28th and the 30th of April, respectively. Time is very short. Do it right away.

Non-participants can access the livestream on YouTube. Link https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNR5MSu03GUNBmfXrmLIBXg 

About POCO:

It is an independent brand born out of Xiaomi in India. Its first product, POCO F1 was launched in August 2018, and since January 2020, POCO has become an independent entity. POCO F1 was India's No.1 smartphone in the ‘above INR 15,000 price segment’ in the online smartphone market as per third party statistics. The brand has released POCO X2 phone as well.

Currently, POCO has an independent product and marketing team, and shares resources from Xiaomi in terms of supply chain, logistics, manufacturing and after sales. 

Manmohan Chandolu, General Manager, POCO India, commenting on the open sale said, “India’s consumption patterns in e-sports has seen immense growth over the last few years. We strongly resonate with the youth and aim to reach out to potential users to encourage the growing engagement with the best gamers in the country.”

For more detail, you can visit POCO link.