India Slam Broadcaster Royale: Apex Legends is the first Indian Apex Legends tournament. It is also the first Indian Broadcaster Royale tournament.
A Broadcaster Royale tournament is where the participating players are required to stream their journey through all of their matches in the tournament. Players who fail to stream their matches will be disqualified.
It is being hosted by Mogul Esports, which is an ASX listed Esports business that has a ladder system for many different games on their website. They have also started hosting tournaments like Indian Slam, which have started to acquire a lot of attention.
India Slam Broadcaster Royale: Apex Legends has a prize-pool of 725$, although Mogul VIP subscribers get some bonus amount if they win. The first-place prize is $375 (Mogul VIP subscribers receive $416.67), Second-place prize is $200 (Mogul VIP subscribers receive $222.22) and the third and final prize is $150 (Mogul VIP subscribers receive $166.67)
The team that places 4th gets 25,000 Razer Silver points. Teams placed from 5th to 8th get 8,000 Razer Silver points. Razer Silver is a currency that can be used on Razer’s website for Razer products, games, vouchers and more.
How to participate
Mogul’s platform works similar to that of FACEIT. You create an account, make a team, invite your team-mates into your team, and register for the tournament you are interested in. Click here to create your Mogul account.
This tournament is only for players from India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka (South Asia). It is going to be held on March 30th, 2019. Registrations close on March 29th.
Here’s the match procedure and match rules, as seen on the tournament page of the website:
- Teams will be responsible for creating and running their own match lobbies.
- All matches will be played using the live, public Apex game servers.
- Team captains are responsible for submitting scores at the end of each match. He/She must submit “screenshots” of the match, for every match in the tournament. Failure to provide screenshots will result in a loss for the match in question.
- Teams will not be directly playing with their opponents. Teams will queue separately online and attempt to earn as many points as possible within Five Consecutive matches. If it is found that more than FIVE matches have been played, a disqualification and competitive cooldown will be immediately issued.
- Each team has to have 1 streamer player who streams all the 5 consecutive games. This is being done so that we can verify the game scores. If any team fails to have stream VOD or has not streamed the games, they will be disqualified from the Tournament.
- Teams can earn points based on the following;
WIN = 5 points
KILL = 1 point for Each Kill.
- Points will be tallied and awarded upon the submission of screenshots. Screenshots need to be submitted by providing a link in your Mogul Match Chat; we recommend using “imgur.com/upload”, however, whatever is easiest may be used.
- Here is an example of the EXACT screen that needs to be captured at the end of your match: https://imgur.com/a/V1RiEi3
- NOTICE: A Date/Time indicator is present in some fashion, but is not block necessary information. If this screen is not submitted like shown, you risk your team being forfeited.
- In the case of a tie in points, the team that places higher will be awarded the win. If still tied, another match will be played to determine the winner.
If you are streaming on Twitch, make sure to turn on the “Store Past Broadcasts” option on your channel dashboard. For more information or help, join their tournament help server on discord.
Here is a cool streaming guide for you to start streaming – Streaming Guide