Our CS:GO team has initiated a bootcamp with a view to preparing for the offline events ahead, Gfinity Spring Masters 1 and Copenhagen Games. Until March 12th, our players will be practicing from Krakow day and night, something that they feel is a necessity given the high level of competition they will face.
Gfinity Spring Masters, which will have a $50,000 prize fund, will take place from March 21st-22nd inside the Gfinity Arena at the Fulham Broadway multiplex, in London. Two weeks later, our boys will fly to Denmark for CPH Games, an historical event that will have €26,000 at stake for CS:GO.
Our team captain, Paweł “innocent” Mocek, had this to say about the bootcamp:
“After we struggled at the ESL One Katowice qualifier, we decided to change our game a lot and focus on the strategic part of game, as we have been mostly relied on our own skill. When we have a good day, we can crush everyone with simple tactics, but you cannot have a good day every time. We will stay in Krakow for ten days to improve our game and hopefully get better results at CPH Games and Gfinity Masters.”
This bootcamp will not be all about practice, however: on Saturday, our players will have a meet and greet session with fans in Krakow, which we will record on video and post on our Youtube page. You can find more information about this event (in Polish) by clicking here.
We will also interview one of our players in the coming days, so keep checking our website/social media platforms. In the meantime, check out some photos from the bootcamp: