To continue transforming the gaming content creation, Rooter – the leading game streaming and Esports platform joins hands with cricketer Yuzvendra Chahal. The gaming industry’s first-ever collaboration will bring Yuzvendra Chahal as a content creator on Rooter’s platform. Chahal is one of the biggest gamers among the current Indian Cricketers and follows his passion for gaming whenever he gets an opportunity. Chahal is also famous for making viral videos with his wife ad YouTube Sensation Dhanashree. The streaming community on Rooter and the viewers can now chat with Yuzvendra whenever he goes live to play BGMI and Freefire.
Commenting on the association, Dipesh Agarwal, Co-Founder & COO, Rooter, said, “Our country has always been obsessed with cricket and in the past 2-3 years, gaming has also come to the mainstream consciousness. So what better than merging them both and bringing the best of both worlds for our audiences? With Yuzvendra streaming on Rooter, we will be able to deliver more interesting content to our community. Our community can connect with him and discuss his cricket life along with learning his unique gaming tactics while he streams live on the platform.”
“I started playing online games like Call of Duty during the lockdown and since then, have been addicted to first-person shooter games. Rooter has a massive gaming community in India. Being on board with them will allow me to engage with the country’s talented gamers and connect with my fans. I am super kicked with this association,” said Yuzvendra Chahal, Indian Cricket team’s leg spinner.
Ranked No. 1 app on Google Play Store in the sports category for over a year with 35+million downloads, Rooter is the no.1 game streaming and Esports platform comprising evolving content creators and live game streamers. An early market leader in a fast-growing and rapidly evolving space, the state-of-the-art platform plays a significant role in hosting Esport tournaments and therefore, encouraging eSports across India, offering opportunities to deserving players.