Red Bull Flick returns for South African CSGO fans!
Red Bull Flick returns for 2021. With custom maps and a new futuristic narrative, the ultimate CS:GO tournament is back!
The 6th of November will play host to the team qualification rounds, with the finals taking place on November 7th.
Open to all CS:GO enthusiasts in South Africa, Red Bull Flick will see skilled duos battle it out in a national tournament for the chance to be crowned the number one CS duo in South Africa. Find your wingman and sign up now!
The competition will create a unique journey for amateur and professional gamers to enjoy the popular world of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO). Featuring eight brand new custom maps and futuristic narrative, teams will ascend or descend levels based on their performance. In the qualifying rounds, players will need to rely on teamwork and strategy to traverse a unique environment that requires different styles and tactics. Five new maps have been developed exclusively for Red Bull Flick players to prove themselves in the qualifying rounds.
Winning teams will ascend to the next level map until they reach the elimination level and final qualifier two levels up. The tournament will test all skills, strategies and tactical abilities among new and experienced CS:GO players. Eight teams will advance to the play-off round, where another three all-new maps will await.
“The sports world has been brought to a halt by the global pandemic, but gaming continues to grow in popularity. Competitions such as Red Bull Flick offer teams a platform to show off their skills but also collaborate and connect. Unlike many other sports, esports offer a safe way to engage and socialise while problem-solving as a team,”
said Thulani Sishi General Manager at Goliath Gaming.
“The South African gaming community is growing exponentially as esports gain popularity globally, and we look forward to seeing what local talent comes to the fore during this year’s competition.”
The ultimate 2v2 CS:GO tournament culminates on the 7th of November. Who will have what it takes to write their place in South African CS:GO history?
Full a full rundown of the tournament rulebook, see here.
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