Tri Indonesia recently concluded Season 2 of its popular and exciting H3RO Esports tournament. The H3RO Esports 2.0 Tournament had 4000 participating gamers and was streamed by 14.9 million gamers across the country. Competitors battled it out for a total prize package of IDR 300,000,000.
The second round of the tournament was held from 3 May to 11 August 2021, and follows on from the inaugural and hugely successful H3RO Project Season 1, held from 14 November 2020 to 31 January 2021.
The Esports tournament showcased three different branches of mobile games, namely Free Fire, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB), and PUBG Mobile.
Winners were announced and celebrated across all three categories. In the Free Fire competition, the ECHO Esports team successfully won the title after dominating the war with other pro teams.
In the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang category, the champion title was awarded to the SIREN Esports team. TAKAE Esports had an impressive win in the H3RO Esports 2.0 PUBG Mobile competition. They triumphed after going through 12 matches in the grand final, and defeating other groups, including one of the biggest Esport teams, Bigetron RA.
Esports and mobile gaming continue to rise in popularity in Indonesia. This event represents Tri’s commitment to empowering Indonesian mobile gamers, and to providing the best gaming experience through their H3RO ecosystem.
H3RO Esports 2.0 successfully gathered more than 8.2 million viewers on Tri Indonesia’s YouTube Channel. It was broadcast by 35 creators on various platforms, with a total audience of 6.7 million viewers.
You can view most of the matches in the tournament on Tri Indonesia’s YouTube channel.