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Revenant Esports has become the first Indian organisation to clinch the February monthly finals of the Brawl Stars India Championships and by doing so, have strengthened their chances of qualifying for the World Finals organised by the title’s publisher Supercell.

Competing against eight of the country’s top teams of the title, the proficient roster of Revenant Esports cruised through the entire tournament with their high-level gameplay. The team triumphed over F/A Akatsuki and F/A Sadge in the quarter-finals and semifinals respectively, before defeating Grinddizers in the final with a 3-0 scoreline.

“We are extremely delighted with the team’s commanding performances that have earned them this coveted trophy. The exceptional team chemistry, skillset, and strategies formulated by the players have powered the team to success. While the Esports landscape in India is changing with numerous titles driving the sector’s growth, Revenant Esports is proud to have competent rosters competing in eight different titles. Our next aim is competing in the World Finals and winning the prestigious tournament,” Rohit Jagasia, Founder and CEO of Revenant Esports, said.

In spite of assembling their prominent roster comprising team captain Sergeant Clash, Shafin, Trashant, and Hero last month, Revenant Esports have already established their name as a dominant team within the Brawl Stars community. Prior to this tournament, the team also emerged victorious in the Snapdragon Pro Series Season 1 where they defeated Monarchy by 3-0 in the final.

“It gives us immense satisfaction to keep up with our momentum from last year and achieve similar success. Since its inception, this team has been putting up stellar performances in every tournament and we aspire to continue doing in order to emerge as the top Brawl Stars team in the country. The team is completely focused on further improving our gameplay to prevail in upcoming tournaments. We are eagerly looking forward to qualifying for the World Finals and giving our 100% in it,” said team captain Ashmit Raj Singh (Sergeant Clash).