Ultimate Battle e-sports Company launched

BrainPulse Technologies has launched Ultimate Battle, an online gaming platform for e-Sports.

Ultimate Battle, an e-sports platform for PC / Console gamers will allow them to compete in gaming tournaments for range of gaming titles for PC, Xbox and Playstation. With the launch, Tarun Gupta, CEO of Ultimate Battle, hopes to make e-sports popular and more organized in India. Initial, e-Sports portal will focus on online e-sports tournaments followed by offline leagues.

Users can register at Ultimate Battle. Once done, the e-sports platform is offering some free credits to users wallet as a welcoming token. This will allow them to play his first tournament of any choice / game for free.

Moreover, each players will be given a global ranking for specific game and will allow users to check their current standing and gives a sense of competition.

Ultimate Battle

Users can login at Ultimate Battle portal to play matches and once finished, players can report their scores along with screenshots as proof. Currently, supported games include FIFA 16, CounterStrike 1.6, CS: GO, Mortal Kombat X, Call of Duty and DOTA2. Moreover, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, PS4 and PC are currently supported.

To maintain transparency, each tournaments will have live bracket system to main transparency of rounds, matches, scores, tournament progress etc. On completion, results will be declared and prize money won will be credited to winners wallet in 24 hours.

An executive of the company commented –

We have invested in this mega e-sports initiative as we are seeing e-sports as a global phenomenon. Our aim is to create a sustainable e-sports industry to let enthusiastic gamers take competitive gaming as a profession.

Pawan Lokhandwala

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