New Delhi, India – Indian gamer Prince Johal, also known as “HI_ISTLER,” has made history by winning a bronze medal in the PC game Carom 3D at the World Cyber Games 2011 (WCG) held in Busan Metropolitan City, Korea. The WCG is the largest celebration of e-sports on the planet, and India’s arrival in the arena, although a bit late, is a welcome feat.
Johal competed in the national finals of the event earlier this year, and went on to represent India at the Grand Finals. Despite facing tough competition and losing to three opponents, Johal emerged victorious in a rematch against “TwinS_KluB” to claim the bronze medal.
“I am thrilled and honored to have represented India at the World Cyber Games and to have brought home a medal,” said Johal. “This achievement represents a significant step forward for India in the world of e-sports, and I am excited to see what the future holds for our country in this arena.”
This achievement is a great encouragement for sportsmen in India, both as entertainment and as a profession. It is a hope that this debut will lead to a lot more encouragement for our sportsmen and pave a path for the future of Indian e-sports.
The Indian gaming community is proud of Prince Johal’s achievements and looks forward to seeing more success in the future.