Red Bull Flick 2v2 CS:GO Tournament Announced
Red Bull Flick India 2021 has been announced with its open qualifiers scheduled to take place from June 26 to July 7.
The tournament will be played on eight custom designed CS:GO maps which follow “a futuristic new narrative”.
The National Finals are scheduled to take place from July 17-18, while the Red Bull Flick Invitational is set to take place in Helsinki.
The popular 2v2 CS:GO tournament Red Bull Flick is back once again this year following its inaugural season which took place in 2019. This year’s CS:GO tournament will be featuring a new set of custom maps which follows “a futuristic new narrative”. The Red Bull Flick India event will witness skilled two-person teams fight it out via online qualifiers for a chance to be crowned as the national champions. A total of four online qualifiers have been scheduled to take place from June 26 to July 7, followed by the Group Stage and finally the National Finals set to take place on 17-18 July.
Red Bull Flick India – 2v2 CS:GO Tournament
The Red Bull Flick tournament is back once again following the success it witnessed last year, when competitors from more than 30 countries took part in the event.
A national 2v2 CS:GO tournament which is a part of this international event circuit will also be taking place for India once again, Red Bull Flick India. Last year this event was won by a skilled duo that went by the name of Tyranny.
This year the event has returned announcing the dates of its four open qualifiers which are as follows,
Qualifier 1 (Online): June 26, 2021
Qualifier 2 (Online): June 30, 2021
Qualifier 3 (Online): July 3, 2021
Qualifier 4 (Online): July 7, 2021
This will be followed by the Group Stage which is scheduled to take place on July 10, consisting of 16 CS:GO duos in total that make their way through the four open qualifiers. Finally, the tournament will be coming to an end with the National Finals all set to take place on July 17-18.
Red Bull Flick will see skilled duos battle it out in national, regional or international online qualifiers for the chance to be crowned number one and challenge their idols in the official Pro-AM competition, the Red Bull Flick Invitational, Helsinki to conclude the season.
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Red Bull Flick Frag Out Stream
As part of the Red Bull Flick tournament an exhibition match between some of the best CS:GO teams in the world took place at 14:00 today afternoon on June 19.
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Red Bull Flick 2021 – India Frag Out Stream
This match was broadcasted in seven languages including Hindi, English, Punjabi, Malyalam, Tamil, and Kannada. The following popular players and personalities from within the country participated in this casual faceoff,
Ankit “v3nom” Panth
Aakash More Rix
Shagufta “Xyaa” Iqbal
Saloni “meow16k” Pawar
Abhijit “Robo” Sadhu
Saloni “mili_kya_mili” Kandalgaonkar
Gagandeep “sikhwarrior” Singh
Sabyasachi “antidote” Bose
Krutika “Krutika Plays” Ojha
Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.