We do not shy away from our passions. There’s no denying that a big chunk of our team is in love with games. We enjoy diving deep into video game experiences. Everything is on the menu, from the endless open-world magic of games like Red Dead Redemption 2 and The Witcher 3, to the non-stop multiplayer madness we sink our time into – like Fortnite, Overwatch, World of Warcraft, PUBG, Destiny 2, and, of course, League of Legends. So, when we’re not perfecting and improving our video technology, we fire up our favorite games on the PC, PS4, Nintendo Switch or Xbox One. Now it’s time to turn our gaze to the IESF World Championship.
For that reason, we have decided to extend our full support to one of the upcoming esports events. Why? Well, quite we enjoy the hell out video games. We enjoy playing them. We enjoy talking about them, and we definitely enjoy watching master-class gamers compete against each other in classics such as Dota, LoL, Tekken, Mortal Kombat, and so on.Watching master-class gamers compete against each other in classics such as #Dota, #LoL, #Tekken, #MortalKombat, and so on. Click To Tweet
Esports Championship Powered by BridTV
As of Jun 2019, BridTV has stepped in to offer support to a team of professional gamers who are about to compete in a major esports world championship. Things are going to kick off in a few local tournaments and competitions. The championship starts in Belgrade (Serbia), where many players are now competing in the well-known MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena).
This particular event was organized by erbian e-Sports Association (SESA) the first wave of online qualifications. Winners of these qualifications are going to compete in the LAN finals, which are going to take place during October 2019.
From here on, it gets even more exciting.
IESF Championship Matches in Korea
The winners of the aforementioned LAN competition will get an opportunity to represent their country, Serbia, in the IESF (International Esports Federation) World Championship, which is slated to place in South Korea, sometime around December 2019. During these massive events, usually well over 40 countries take part, sending their best and most talented players to show what they’re made of.
Of course, if you consider yourself a professional gamer and/or if you rock at Dota 2, bear in mind that that signing up for this competition is absolutely free.
The qualifications are going to be held on June 29, 2019 and are going to end on June 30.
Take the opportunity to sign up for this competition, right here.
Important note: Once again, the sign ups are for players located in Belgrade, Serbia.