Leading Counter-Strike: Global Offensive players (CS:GO) esports teams including Renegades, MIBR, OG and MOUZ are bootcamping for the Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) Katowice at Kinguin Esports Performance Center (EPC) in Warsaw, the most professional and advanced esports training facility in Europe.
The Kinguin EPC provides a comprehensive solution for teams looking for the ultimate location to hone their abilities. It offers teams access to an experienced team of specialists such as physiotherapists and psychologists, and to elite level facilities including analysis rooms, bootcamps, a gym and a relaxation zone.
IEM Katowice is one of the world’s most prestigious tournaments for CS:GO, with teams wanting to ensure they are fully prepared to compete for the $1 million prize pool on offer at the event by bootcamping at the Kinguin EPC two weeks in advance of the tournament. The full list of teams currently training at Kinguin EPC ahead of IEM Katowice 2022 include:
“The long-term cooperation between Renegades and Kinguin Esports Performance Center always brings solid, efficient, and effective bootcamps that not only meet, but even exceed our expectations. For this reason, we have once again decided to come to Warsaw to prepare for IEM Katowice 2022” – said William Gray, Renegades Team Manager.
After the bootcamp, the teams will travel to Katowice, where they will compete for the Intel Extreme Masters trophy. This year, the competition will start on Tuesday, February 15th, with the final scheduled to take place on Sunday, February 27th. The best teams will play in front of the crowd in Spodek, a legendary crowd in the esports world known for their enthusiasm.