Penta Esports’ Penta Amateur League, which was created exclusively for amateur and semi-professional players, recorded a very successful inaugural season, attracting over 760,000 viewers that generated an overall watch-time of more than 3.4 million minutes. The Penta Amateur League ran from October 2021 to March 2022 and featured multiple esports titles including Battlegrounds Mobile India, VALORANT, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and many more.
“Our objective with Penta Amateur League was to incentivize esports enthusiasts to start and continue their grind to becoming an esports athlete irrespective of the game and platform,” said Kiran Noojibail, Co-Founder and Head of Esports at Penta Esports. “We are ecstatic with the response for Season 1 and plan to announce Season 2 of the league in the coming weeks.”
The league, which is comprised of 76 match days and 24 days of broadcasts, includes the “Penta Talk Show,” which preceded every month’s broadcast. Matches were streamed on Facebook, YouTube, Loco, and Booyah.
Each month’s finals also included pregame musical performances by several Indian artists.
(All information was provided by CNN-News18)