Week 11 Esports News Review

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Good news for SINNERS

Patriotic SINNERS have recently been not in the best light. They almost got into the prestigious championship several times, probably because of this the mood in the team was not very good. But the good news for the gaming community is a recent collaboration with Danish gaming peripherals company SteelSeries. SINNERS become another official partner team and thus join famous names like the OG organization or FaZe Clan. Sebastian “beastik” Danio – IGL CS:GO SINNERS section commented on the newfound friendship as follows:

“I am very pleased that we have the opportunity to work with the SteelSeries brand. I really like their Sonar software, which allows me to customize the sound of the game just the way I want it, and their Aerox 3 wireless mouse was the obvious choice after the first try.”

SINNERS becomes an official partner of SteelSeries.

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Milan Hibl, General Business Development Manager, is excited about the new relationship:

“It’s always difficult when it comes to hardware partners and esports teams. Player performance always comes first, so I was pleasantly surprised by how excited the guys were when I told them about a possible partnership with SteelSeries. Our CS:GO team has tested almost every SteelSeries product that the company has to offer in the peripherals section, and everyone has found something to their liking. That’s why we appreciate SteelSeries so much, because they make gear for real gamers. I am sure that together we will achieve a lot, especially now that the boys are fully equipped.”

On the occasion of the newly concluded partnership, domestic shooters released a funny video.

Women’s Tournament at the 2023 IESF Esports World Cup

Last week we informed you about the upcoming World Championship which will take place in Romania at the end of summer. More details are slowly leaking to the surface and it is already clear that this will be a truly massive esports event. Iasi, a Romanian city of about 400,000 people, will host the IESF World Esports Championship this year at the turn of August and September. Around 700 players from over 120 countries will compete for title, glory and a €500,000 prize pool. The International Esports Federation (IESF) says this will be the highest player count an esports event has ever seen.

In four stages, you will be able to watch matches in six games: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, eFootball, Tekken, Mobile Legends and PUBG Mobile. In addition, for the first time in the history of the World Cup, a purely women’s CS:GO championship will take place.

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IESF President Vlad Marinescu commented on this unique event in a press release as follows:

“The International Esports Federation is committed to the inclusion and diversity of esports. Women’s teams are an integral part of the Esports World Cup, and we are excited to be able to watch their matches this year as well. At the moment, the most valuable CS:GO player in the world is Ana Dumbravă. Originally from Moldova, which is located near Yasa. Therefore, I am confident that she will become an inspiration and springboard for women’s teams from all over the world to compete and represent one of over 120 countries.”

Source :Indian TV

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