The Rainbow 6 miracle at the ZGS 2019
Published by Giselle
September 17, 2019 10:45 am
Three days of Zurich Game Show offered a lot of eSports action, for example, the Rainbow Six victories Swiss National. We were there live and brought the gaming highlights to the eSports Weekly.
Imagine you’d have to play highly concentrated for almost six hours at a time. That’s exactly what the guys from mYinsanity and Team Zero had to do. You could almost call it a gaming marathon, which the Rainbow Six victorious players delivered on Sunday in the Swiss National Final.
What at first looked like a one-sided thing, quickly developed into a neck-and-neck race where there was much more at stake than the prize money. If you didn’t want to miss anything, you spent almost the whole Sunday of the fair at the Swiss National stand to follow this thrilling event. Who was able to win in the end? You’ll find out in the Swiss eSports Weekly.
This will be the new Premier Tour
Last week we reported that the rebranding of the League of Legends Premiere Tour is coming up, now we know how it should look like. In total there are three divisions, one of which is reserved for pro teams. Nevertheless, the former Cup, and now the League, will also offer semi-pros the opportunity to compete across national borders. How you can qualify for the new LoL-Liga and when it starts, we tell you in the broadcast.
Opening at the Zurich Museum of Transport
Not only mobility enthusiasts will find their way back to the Museum of Transport in Lucerne. In future, it will also be an anchor point for gaming fans from all corners and ends of Switzerland. At least that’s Red Bull’s plan for opening the Gaming World at the Swiss Museum of Transport this weekend.
The opening weekend will feature many exciting programme items, accompanied by top-class eSports guests from abroad. So why it’s worth taking another trip to the Swiss Museum of Transport this weekend.