New Delhi, Dec 6 (IANS) Red Bull M.E.O., a global competitive celebration of the mobile gaming scene, will witness the offline qualifiers of its second edition on Friday and Saturday followed by national finals at DreamHack Delhi on Sunday.
Red Bull M.E.O. is a global mobile gaming esports tournament in which people can compete right from using their mobile phones. In India, with the tournament in Clash Royale, you can prove your worth on the national stage before going on to take on the world's best mobile gamers.
Clash Royale is a real-time multiplayer game starring the Royales, Clash characters and much more.
Gujarat based Mohammad Saif Inayat Patel was last year's Clash Royale winner in India and he travelled to Germany to compete against others to determine who the best Clash Royale player in the world is. More than 30 countries will be taking part, with competitors coming together for the global final in February 2020 - so showcase your skills, rise up and represent your country on the world stage.
The online qualifiers of the second edition of Red Bull M.E.O. took place on November 16 which witnessed a participation of more than 125 gamers. Another online qualifiers for ASUS smartphone users took place on December 1.
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