TORONTO (PRWEB) November 11, 2019
Gaming and BaiSha Gaming a heated rivalry is expected to resurface not only between players but among fans from both countries during the CFS 2019 Grand Finals.
Teams from Europe and North America were keen to re-organize their roster during this past year. Golden V from Europe and All Talents were formed around the main players from FlipSid3 Tactics and Penta Sports. Fans around the globe are eager to see Golden V as they have proven their skills at all international tournaments organized by CFS this year.
New teams from the North American region, KingZone and Lazarus, will join CFS 2019. KingZone was created around players with extensive experience in CFS tournaments and Lazarus is an emerging force from North America as they placed 3rd in the regional qualifiers.
The upcoming tournament will start on December 7th with the group stage and quarterfinals taking place in the city of Taicang and the seminfinals and grand final match taking place in Shanghai on December 13th and 14th respectively.
The total prize for this year’s Grand Finals is of $820,000 USD. The winning team will take $500,000 USD, while the 2nd place will receive $200,000 USD.
“CFS 2019 Grand Finals is the product of our effort to expand our global presence,” said Brady Yeo, Head of CROSSFIRE esports in Smilegate Entertainment. “With CFS 2019 Grand Finals approaching, CFS has been able to officially establish itself as a truly global competition and we will do our best to create the best stage possible and uphold that name.”
CFS which started in 2013, has become the most prestigious esports competition based on CROSSFIRE and it is viewed by more than 30 million viewers every year.