DreamHack Delhi began with a bang on its first day. Rannvijay Singha graced the event and shared his thoughts about the gaming industry in India. Being a gamer himself, he spoke in detail about how parents should identify talent in their kids. Akshat Rathee, Managing Director of Nodwin Gaming was present during the event. He revealed that his five-year-old daughter plays almost every game. Rannvijay Singha advised parents to help kids in reaching their goals.

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DreamHack is considered to be a mega gaming festival in India. Its second edition is expected to be attended by over 15,000 to 20,000 participants. Its Bring Your Device and Bring Your Computer feature will let participants enter into FIFA20, Rocket League, Clash Royale, WCC Rivals, Underlords, MLBB, Dota 2, CS 1.6, Rocket League, Underlords and Rainbow 6 Seige tournaments.

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Several PUBG pro-players and streamers participated on the first day of DreamHack held at NSIC Ground in Okhla, New Delhi. There were tabletop games available at the event and participants can play Carrom, Chess, Ludo, Snakes & Ladders, and UNO. With an overall prize pool of Rs, 1,00,000 and contests will be held every hour. The total prize pool for the event is Rs 50,00,000.


Rannvijay Singha during an interaction with Akshat Rathee spoke about how he would let his kids follow their passion. If his kids want to be a gamer, I would let them be. He also spoke about how gaming can help coordination between hands, eyes, and brain.

He said, "Reflexes of a gamer is at peak when he plays competitive esports."

When asked how should parents identify if their kid is passionate about esports. Rannvijay Singha said that a parent should see signs if the kid is following the same pattern regularly. That kid will keep health in check, will follow academics, behave well with family and follow the passion without asking for much.

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