• NerdMeet 1.5 and The Future

    NerdMeet 1.5 and The Future1

    A small disclosure before we begin this article. Given the fact that I was one of the organizers of NerdMeet 1.5, my coverage will be at least a tiny bit biased, which should be obvious.  Growing up in India as a gamer or a nerd is generally tough given the fact that we never seem

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  • Know Your Organisers: Kaolin Cup

    Know Your Organisers: Kaolin Cup0

    With an ever-expanding Indian gaming scene, we have increasingly great achievements and talents. Today, we shall look at one the recent additions to the line-up of gamers in India who went on to make their passion their profession. Meet Anand ‘Warhog’ Tapadia and Siddharth ‘gopya’ Gopujkar, two DotA gamers who also happen to have started

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  • VGF, Pune – A New Low in the Indian eSports Scene

    VGF, Pune – A New Low in the Indian eSports Scene8

    Before I begin expressing mine, and many of the participant’s shared views and opinions, I would like to state the fact that I personally went there as a DotA and Counter-Strike enthusiast and a well-wisher for the Indian eSports scene. While I am not sure how strongly the participants of the FIFA and Mortal Kombat

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  • Team Brutality Gets Candid About The E-Sports Scene, Their Past and Future

    Team Brutality Gets Candid About The E-Sports Scene, Their Past and Future0

    Team Brutality. If you haven’t heard this name already you must be pretty new in the Indian Counter-Strike scene.   “It all started in 2008.” as captain Ankit ‘V3nom’ Panth reminisces. “I use to play as a substitute for team wolf during those days along with my friend and co-founder of Team Brutality Aakash ‘RiX’

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  • 5 Indian-Made Games You Should Play Today

    5 Indian-Made Games You Should Play Today3

    Because we at AsidCast know only one way to celebrate Republic Day: play more games. So here are 5 great games made in our very own country that you should definitely be playing right now (lest you be accused of being anti-national) 1. Unrest Developed by Jaipur-based Pyrodactyl Games, Unrest is one of the better PC games to come out

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  • Tranzeneca Gaming League announces Mangima 2016

    Tranzeneca Gaming League announces Mangima 20161

    Tranzeneca Gaming League, one of India’s few E-Sport event organisers along with Havok Nation, Pune’s prime gaming cafe bring Pune’s biggest E-Sport tournament ever.  Announcing one of the biggest prize pools for an E-Sport tournament of over INR 4,50,000 and to complement an event of such magnitude are the skilfully built PCs by the modders

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