KFC to Host Amateur CS:GO and DOTA 2 Tournament
KFC is moving into the CS:GO and Dota 2 arena as it plans to host two KFC BATTLE esports tournaments for Central and Eastern European players. Participants can win a trip to the CS:GO StarLadder Berlin Major 2019 and a fully paid trip to the Dota2 The International 2019 event in Shanghai
KFC explained the process of qualifying in a press brief: “In order to compete in the final stage of the tournament, CEE teams will go through a qualifying stage consisting of open and closed online qualifiers on FACEIT to determine two leading teams. These teams will then compete in the concluding Grand Finale in Moscow. Open qualifiers for KFC BATTLE will take place every weekend day from May 11 to June 2. Closed qualifiers both for Central and Eastern European teams and for teams from Russia, Kazakhstan, Belorussia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, and Georgia will take place on June 7-9.”‘
KFC BATTLE: esports Dota 2 — Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Belarus, Armenia, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Azerbaijan
KFC BATTLE: ESPORTS (2018 DOTA 2 RECAP)
KFC BATTLE: esports CS:GO — Albania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia.
KFC BATTLE: esports Dota 2 — fully paid trip to The International 2019 in Shanghai
KFC BATTLE: esports CS:GO — fully paid trip to Berlin Major 2019
Special bonus for the winner: #GameOnKFC – Bootcamp with the stars of CS:GO
The championship is open for amateur teams only. You must be aged between 14 and 30 years old. Participation in events is free. If you’re interested in registration, follow this link.