Over the span of five days from October 1 to October 5, gamers across India will be able to participate in a limited period to get the maximum score from the popular racing game on Android or iOS. The winner gets Rs. 50,000 along with a Realme 2 Guru 8GB phone while the runner-up gets Rs. 30,000 along with a Realme 2 Pro 6GB phone. The next highest score in Asphalt 8: Airborne has Rs. 20,000 and a Realme 2 Pro 4GB phone. All participants will acquire in-game benefits after finishing the timed in-game occasion.
“Together with the most recent technologies of Realme, we’re reaching to the gaming community through Realme Championship,” said Francis Wong, Brand Director of Realme India at a prepared statement. “Realme Championship is a way to bridge the difference between mobile and console to promote mobile gaming with Gameloft.”
“We are constantly working to make interesting events to improve the gaming ecosystem and we truly think that Realme 2 Guru is a finest mid-range smartphone which will take mobile gaming to another level.”
Even with Asphalt 9: Legends available for a couple months now, it doesn’t run too well on mid-range and low apparatus, providing Gameloft an opportunity to show off Asphalt 8: Airborne as a viable option instead. This isn’t the sole cellular gaming event in the nation, using Tencent hosting its PUBG Mobile tournament in collaboration with Oppo, it seems that now is as good a time as any to be gaming in your smartphone.