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Warface is getting its own Go4 tournament series in Europe

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Philipp Saedler
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Starting in August 2016, ESL Play is pleased to host the Go4 tournament series for the free-to-play shooter Warface. In cooperation with the developers at Crytek, European players of Warface will clash every Sunday to determine the winner of €100 in 5vs5 matches of the mode “Plant the bomb”. The best eight teams per month will then face off one more time in the monthly finals, fighting for an additional €500 grand prize with the winner taking it all.

Find all details on the Go4Warface hub on ESL Play

Ilya Mamontov, director of game operations at Crytek, about the upcoming Go4Warface series:
“We’re delighted to join forces with ESL and offer FPS players and our ever-growing community a new way to compete. Warface’s gameplay is built around rapid action and tactical teamwork which is ideally suited to intense esport competition. Warface is always evolving with regular content and feature updates, and this is an exciting push forward into the esports scene for us – we can’t wait to see players give it all on the battlefield.”

What is Warface?

Warface is a role-based first person shooter, offering a variety of “Co-op” and “Versus” modes for players to master their skills and succeed on the battlefield. As rifleman, sniper, medic or engineer, players have to complete set objectives in order to win a match. You can download and play it for free on warface.com and get a good look at what the game has to offer.

Prepare your team and be ready to join the competition from 7th of August onward with the open weekly Go4Warface cup. Make sure to follow ESL Warface on Twitter and Facebook to stay up to date on all tournaments and news coming your way.