At the Indian Cyber Gaming Championship 2011, the most skilled gamers from all over India descended upon Goa to battle it out for cash, glory and a chance to represent India at the TGX and ESWC respectively. Here's the comprehensive list of who won what.

Congratulations to all the winners

Congratulations to all the winners

Counter-Strike 1. 6
3rd Place – Team MW (Chennai)
2nd Place – Team NSD (Mumbai)
1st Place – Team ATE (mumbai)

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
3rd Place – Team Evox F (Delhi)
2nd Place – Team Evox (Delhi)
1st Place – Team FT5 (mumbai)

Defense of the Ancients (DoTA)
3rd Place – Team G4L (Bangalore)
2nd Place – Team Antharax (Pune)
1st Place – Team Roccat ROG (Mumbai)

Counter-Strike Source
3rd Place – Team XRG (Hyderabad)
2nd Place – Team Aqua (Sholapur)
1st Place – Team Flux Gaming (Kolkata)

StarCraft II
3rd Place – Naveen Akshar (Chennai)
2nd Place – Nachiket Pusalkar (Pune)
1st Place – Nickunj Bansal (Chennai)

3rd Place – Anvesh Diwedi (Indore)
2nd Place – Lalit Rao (Delhi)
1st Place – Rehan  Ahmed (Hyderabad)

Need For Speed Most Wanted
3rd Place – Sanjit Walia (Delhi)
2nd Place – Narayan Jagdish (Mumbai)
1st Place – Nisant Vasudev (Hyderabad)

Track Manina Forever
3rd Place – Shekhar Gupta (Bangalore)
2nd Place – Rohan Karir (Delhi)
1st Place – Naveen Uraon (Mumbai)

WarCraft III
3rd Place – Rohan Karir (Delhi)
2nd Place – Satish Stingu (Chennai)
1st Place – Nickunj Bansal (Chennai)

Out of the winners listed above, Nickunj Bansal will be heading to Singapore for the TGC (The Game Expo) as well as the ESWC (Electronic Sports World Cup) where he'll respesent India in StarCraft II. Naveen Rao will be making his way to the ESWC as well where he'll duke it out with the best in Trackmania Nations while Team Roccat will battle it out for DoTA supremacy in ESWC. Congratulations to the winners once again and here's wishing the others all the best.We hope you kick some serious butt.

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