Where do the CS: GO and Dota come from?

Fights in any form are an integral part of esports. Back in the early nineties, the most popular genre was Mortal Kombat, which continues to unite loyal fans today. However, the ability to fight against each other online did not exist before. Players gathered in special clubs where slot machines were located. Special video game halls were also an alternative. The very first consoles were not very popular when compared with modern trends.

Most mainstream games today have been influenced by Street Fighter: Quake, Doom, Starcraft, Warcraft, and of course Dota and Counter-Strike. That is why most esports tournaments are not complete without the listed games. However, not all are distinguished by longevity. Due to the high competition, today League of Legends, Dota 2 and various versions of Counter-Strike are at the top. CS:GO tournaments are very popular due to the variants of the format of fights: 1×1, 2×2, 5×5. However, not all sports platforms and organizers provide the opportunity to take part in the game or watch the players fight.

        ESportsBattle provides daily CS:GO tournaments

Connoisseurs of esports tournaments will pay attention to the wide range of CS:GO formats that the platform provides. In addition, ESportsBattle has been organizing competitions and popularizing esports all over the world since 2019. Fans and players can access:

  • exciting and dynamic daily CS:GO tournaments;
  • high-quality online video broadcasts with minimal latency;
  • 2700+ top cyber discipline maps monthly.

The platform helps players by giving them the best in-game insights. This initiative allows them to open up because many young players are out of tournament participation practice. Also, ESportsBattle enhances players’ performance with ESportsBattle Academy — educational online and offline programs. In addition to CS:GO tournaments, the platform includes commercial efootball, ebasketball, eicehockey 24/7 tournaments popular in 150+ countries.