Qusai Attarwala From Pune Triumphed As The Winner Of Red Bull M.E.O by ESL At Dreamhack India 2019 In Delhi | Digital Conqueror

Qusai Attarwala From Pune Triumphed As The Winner Of Red Bull M.E.O by ESL At Dreamhack India 2019 In Delhi

Offline qualifiers took place on 6th & 7th December followed by national finals on 8th December at DreamHack Delhi.

Red Bull M.E.O. by ESL, a global competitive celebration of the mobile gaming scene witnessed offline qualifiers in Delhi on 6th and 7th December and thereafter the finals on 8th December at the DreamHack India 2019 in Delhi

The tournament witnessed around 250 participants across the country with Qusai Attarwala (Darklord), Devesh Jain, Suteekshan Joshi and Mohammed Abbas Hemani competing in the final. The online qualifiers took place from 7th September to 30th September. The online qualifiers of the second edition of Red Bull M.E.O. took place on 16th November which witnessed a participation of more than 125 gamers. Another online qualifier for ASUS smartphone users took place on 1st December. The winners of the online and offline qualifiers competed in the Red Bull MEO National Finals on 8th December 2019.

Eventually, Qusai Attarwala (Darklord) from Pune, winner of the online qualifiers managed to come out on top and defeat the other finalists to emerge as the winner of the national finals of Red Bull M.E.O by ESL. He will now have the golden opportunity to compete against others to determine who the best Clash Royale player in the world. He also won the ASUS ROG Phone II

Qusai Attarwala (Darklord) on winning the Red Bull MEO National Finals:” I am delighted to win the Red Bull MEO National Finals. Red Bull MEO is a huge platform which gives wings to aspiring gamers like me a chance to test my gaming skills against top players across the country. I am excited to have qualified for the Red Bull MEO World Finals and will have to improve my skills to compete against some of the best gamers across the world.”

Open to all – won by one. Red Bull MEO is the competitive celebration of the mobile gaming scene. Amateurs and pros are welcome in the ranks of M.E.O. participants. Anyone older than 16 can become the champion. After proving yourself nationally, you’ll travel to the World final to compete for the title of best mobile player in the world.

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