Smartphone brand Realme is working with Gameloft to participate in the Asphalt 8: Airborne Championship in India, creatively known as the Realme Championship. In the five days from October 1st to October 5th, gamers from all over India will be able to participate in limited time activities to get the highest score of popular racing games on Android or iOS. The winner gets the rupee. 50,000 and a Realme 2 Pro 8GB phone, while the runner-up gets the rupee. 30,000 and Realme 2 Pro 6GB phones. The third highest score in Asphalt 8: Airborne Rs. 20,000 and a Realme 2 Pro 4GB phone. All participants will receive in-game rewards upon completion of scheduled in-game activities.
“With Realme’s latest technology, we entered the gaming community through the Realme tournament,” Realchem India brand director Francis Wong said in a prepared statement. “The Realme Championship is a way to bridge the gap between game consoles and mobile phones to promote Gameloft’s mobile games.”
“We are very pleased to partner with Realme to provide users with an unparalleled gaming experience through the Realme Tournament,” said Nilo Goel, Regional Manager for the Indian Subcontinent of Gameloft, in the same statement. “We’re always working to create fun activities to enhance the game ecosystem, and we’re confident that Realme 2 Pro is the best mid-range smartphone to take mobile gaming to the next level.”
Although Asphalt 9: Legends can now be used for a few months, it doesn’t work very well on mid-range and low-end devices, giving Gameloft the opportunity to showcase Asphalt 8: Airborne as a viable option. This is not the only mobile gaming event in the country. Tencent has partnered with Oppo to host its own PUBG mobile tournament, which now looks as good as your smartphone game.