Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Today, 18th March, marked the start of a regional esports tournament in CS:GO at International Burch University. The tournament was organized in collaboration with Connect Arena from Sarajevo and featured teams from all over the country, as well as the Burch Esports students club.
The event was spearheaded by Haris Tandir, MSc, advisor for the SAP students club, and Eldar Tutnić, MSc, advisor of the Burch Esports students club and lecturer of 3D animation at the Graphic Design and Multimedia department. The tournament was held in the university's state-of-the-art PC labs, featuring the latest technologies in the field of GPUs, CPUs, and other gaming equipment.
CS:GO was the game of choice for the tournament, and it was played on high-performance 144hz Samsung special monitors. The event attracted numerous gaming enthusiasts and supporters, with official sponsors including Samsung, ProGame, and Whiteshark.
The tournament was streamed live and featured by the famous YouTuber Nuni. The event's finals will be held tomorrow, with the top teams competing against each other for the championship title.
Commenting on the tournament, Haris Tandir said, "We are thrilled to host this regional esports tournament in collaboration with Connect Arena. This event provides an excellent opportunity for gamers to showcase their skills and compete against each other in a friendly and competitive environment." Eldar Tutnić added, "We are proud to organize this event at International Burch University, where we provide our students with the latest technologies and equipment for their gaming needs. This tournament is an excellent platform for our students to showcase their skills and gain valuable experience in esports."
The atmosphere at the event was electric, with gaming enthusiasts cheering for their favorite teams and players. The tournament has not only provided a great platform for the players to showcase their skills but also fostered a sense of community among gamers. The organizers hope to continue to hold such events in the future, promoting esports as a legitimate sport and providing opportunities for students to develop their skills and gain valuable experience in the field.