IESF is pleased to announce that DOTA 2 will return for the IESF 13th Esports World Championship, Eilat, Israel and welcomes the newly featuring Counter-Strike: Global Offensive for IESF’s flagship international competition, which has taken place annually since 2009.
DOTA 2, published by Valve, enjoys enormous global Esports popularity. The DOTA Pro Circuit, with Valve’s “The International” tournament, has seen crowdfunded prize pools in excess of $30 US million, making DOTA 2 one of the most lucrative games in Esports.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CSGO) is a multiplayer first-person shooter genre developed by Valve and Hidden Path Entertainment. It is the fourth edition in the long-standing Counter-Strike series, one of the biggest Esports titles in the world for two decades.
IESF looks forward to seeing the world’s best Esports athletes from IESF member nations in the competitions at this year’s 13th Esports World Championship, Eilat, Israel.
Eilat was chosen as the host city of the IESF’s 13th Esports World Championship, following the cancellation of the global finals event in 2020. The format of the competition will be similar to last year’s as the World Championship’s Regional Games will be held online and the best players and teams will be participating in the offline Global Finals in Eilat, Israel.
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Originally published on: Mon, 01 Mar 2021 11:00:00 +0000