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February’s Go4 competitions are here to test your mettle

Hans Oelschlägel
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New challenges await this month in our ESL Play Go4 competitions!

Test your skills across a variety of games, ranging from CS:GO and Dota 2 to StarCraft II, Arena of Valor & more. There are more than 50 cups to choose from, so there’s something for everyone. The top players in each competition can look forward to enticing cash and hardware prizes!

Sign up to February’s Go4’s!

Nerchio, one of Poland’s and Europe’s best StarCraft II players regularly takes part in the Go4 tournaments:
“I've been playing in Go4 tournaments since they started in Starcraft 2 and I think they played a big part in me becoming one of the best players in Europe. It is a great way to test your progress every week and I think everyone who is serious about being competitive should participate in them.”

Moon Lim, Team Manager for iPlay Esports and Team Kazakhstan in Dota 2, sees the Go4s as a great source of practise, allowing teams to establish themselves while scrimming against like-minded opposition:
"Every week's Go4 is a surprise. You can sometimes see really good emerging teams in this competition and its has transformed into a super good practice tournament for teams to cultivate growth, unity, punctuality, patience, and something monetary rewarding perhaps at the end of the tournament if you win champion or 2nd place. The possible best part of GO4 is the retrieval of the prize that is so super hasslefree, and also ESL admins are super approachable and welcome any questions or difficulties that your team may face, they are actually just round the corner and will assist you the soonest they can.

With such a friendly environment and a good chance for your new or existing team to establish their name, do not wait to sign up for this week's Go4 and who knows... maybe your new roster can become the week's champion. If a new roster cannot find good scrims on a good Sunday, when all the qualifiers are taking place at the same time, teams could try Go4 instead, and thats exactly what i did with my new managed teams."

Are you ready to work your way to the top? Then don’t wait any longer, pick the Go4 of your choice and test yourself in a competitive environment.

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