Mongolian CS:GO Crew D13 Esports Confirms Transfer to Turkey for One Yr

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Mongolian CS:GO Crew D13 Esports Confirms Transfer To Turkey For One Yr

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D13 Esports is all set to compete in Europe.

Mongolian esports group D13 Esports is relocating their CS:GO crew to Turkey for a 12 months to compete in Europe.

D13 might be bootcamping in Antalya all set to compete in Europe beginning with the upcoming season of ESEA Premier.

They beforehand completed sixth on the ESEA S36 Open Europe, profitable 14 of their 16 matches whereas competing with a median ping of about 110ms.


Asian CS:GO has been on the again foot ever for the reason that aggressive scene shifted on-line, however the Mongolian esports group D13 Esports is all set to make some adjustments. D13 is able to begin competing within the European area for which they’re transferring to Antalya, Turkey. The crew is dedicated to maneuver nearer to the European area for an entire 12 months as reported by Esports Information. D13’s proprietor and coach, Enkhmanlai “worldpeace” Batbayar has confirmed that they are going to be leaving for Turkey on 10th August, the place they are going to be coaching and competing from for an entire 12 months.

D13 Esports strikes to Turkey for an entire 12 months to compete in Europe

The Mongolian group is critical and dedicated to competing in Europe beginning with the upcoming ESEA Premier CS:GO event. They are going to be coaching and staying within the resort metropolis of Antalya in Turkey for an entire 12 months.

D13 Esport’s full Mongolian lineup consists of the next gamers,

  • Munkhtamir “tamir” Ganbaatar – IGL

  • Tuvshintugs “Annihilation” Nyamdorj – AWPer

  • Telmen “shinobi” Batzorig – Rifler

  • Munkhtogtokh “xerolte” Enkhbat

  • Yalalt “yAmi” Oyunbileg

  • Enkhmanlai “worldpeace” Batbayar – Coach

This lineup has beforehand completed 6th out of 800 CS:GO groups on the ESEA Season 36 Open Europe, profitable 14 of their 16 matches whereas competing with a median ping of about 110ms.

D13 Esports at ESEA Season 36 Open Europe

As per data supplied to Esports Information, D13 wished to maneuver to Europe in 2020 itself however because of the world well being scenario, they needed to postpone their plans. The group is at present travelling to Turkey with none sponsors, however are open to provides.

This year-long Turkey Bootcamp has additionally made D13 Esports the primary crew from Mongolia to have a coaching setup in Europe. The crew already has a number of direct invitations within the bag for a number of mid-level European CS:GO tournaments.

Earlier D13 Esports through their official Twitter account had been witnessed asking for ping from Istanbul, Turkey to European servers. They’d acquired a response from Engin “MAJ3R” Küpeli who performs for the Turkish esports group Sangal Esports.

He defined that the ping from Istanbul to Frankfurt, Germany could be round 40ms in finest case state of affairs and 60ms within the worst case state of affairs. Aside from this, a variation of +5ms could possibly be noticed when connecting to Netherland, and that of +10ms when connecting to each France and Sweden.

The CS:GO neighborhood although excited to see what D13 Esports needed to deliver and see them carry out in Europe, had been sceptical about their transfer to Antalya, Turkey. Their argument was nations like Romania, Serbia and Ukraine would have been a greater location for coaching, contemplating each the price and extra constant ping.

Nevertheless, that is undoubtedly thrilling information for Asian Counter-Strike which has been off the worldwide radar for a lot too lengthy now.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO author at AFK Gaming. Whereas his understanding of the esports house is just not restricted by geographical borders, his present focus lies within the Asian area. Understands and follows nearly all main esport titles.