Collectibles tournaments are an annual event in the gaming world and they are held in cities across the world.
The big winner is the winner of the yearly GGC collection tournaments.
The event has become one of the most lucrative in the game, and players are paid handsomely for their efforts.
This year, the prize money for the 2018 GGC is Rs 2.2 crore, which is nearly double the prize of the last GGC, held in 2017.
The tournament, which runs till December 3, will be held in several cities in the country, including Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Bengaluru.
In the 2017 edition, the tournament was held in Mumbai, but it was cancelled due to the outbreak of the monsoon.
Last year, it was held at the Jaipur International Centre, but the organisers have cancelled the event.
The organisers say the reason for the cancellation is because of the ongoing drought in the state of Maharashtra.
“The tournament has been cancelled due a number of reasons.
The drought has not subsided, and the condition of the water resources has deteriorated in the area,” said Naveen Srivastava, director, sports, GGC.
The organizers have also said that there is a shortage of water and that there will be no additional tournaments in the event for the next three years.
However, the organisers will keep trying to organize the event and it will be a big help to those who are in need of collecting collectibles from the games.
This article is based on an interview that took place on September 21, 2018.