ESPL 2021 tournament rules are out; Here is everything you need to know

Each team requires five members where four will play and the fifth team member serves as a replacement. Let’s check other rules around the ESports Premier League (ESPL) 2021 here including age limit, and more.

ESports Premier League (ESPL) tournament registration is set to kick-start soon. As part of the preparations, India Today Gaming has just shared the rules for the upcoming eSports tournament. We have already shared that the national-level IPL-format tournament will start on June 16, 2021. The tournament is divided into four different levels throughout a 2.5-month period where teams representing eight cities will compete against each other. Looking at the set of rules, each team requires five members where four will play on the fundamental level. The fifth one will serve as a reserve player for the team in case someone drops out. Let’s check other rules around the ESports Premier League (ESPL) 2021 here.

Esports Premier League (ESPL) 2021 rules

Besides the team strength, one should also note that the tournament registration is free of cost like most eSports events across India. This means that one just needs a team to get a chance to win from the Rs. 25 lakh prize-pool. However, we want the players to be at least 16 years or older to be eligible to compete in the tournament. The 16–18-year-old players need consent from their parents or legal guardian to participate in ESPL 2021. 18 years or older players can directly sign up for the event.

All players also need to sign-up for the India Today Gaming platform from the ESPL website to take part. This one-time registration will allow players to stay updated around the upcoming eSports tournaments from India Today Gaming besides ESPL. The platform also offers more features like following the latest news around gaming and the eSports industry. Coming back to teams, one player can’t be part of multiple teams during the tournament to offer a level playing field.

India Today Gaming also clarified that ESports Premier League (ESPL) 2021 is only limited to Indian players for the time being. As a platform, we have also shared a strict set of guidelines to prohibit gambling during the tournament. One can head to the official ESPL website to check out all the rules around the tournament.