Entity Gaming’s manager, Sid Joshi was teasing fans since a couple of days with several status updates and pictures on social media. Nonetheless, the Mumbai based organization has eventually lifted the curtain and it’s CS:GO bootcamp has moved to Europe, Serbia to be precised.
To up our game we have decided to bootcamp in this beautiful European country starting today! Can you guess where our bootcamp is located ?
Posted by Entity Gaming on Sunday, March 31, 2019
Previous week, Entity also got into a partnership with Kingston’s HyperX and its CS:GO division has had decent run at IEM Sydney SEA Qualifiers. However, they couldn’t punch their tickets for COBX Masters Mumbai as they lost in the hands of Signify in COBX Masters Open Qualifier finale.
They have recently acquired a four man PUBG-M roster and collaborated with a couple of streamers as well. Last week, Entity Gaming also signed a Dota 2 roster which comprises of Krish ‘Moon’ Gupta, Amit ‘Zapheto’ Malwal and Shahab ‘Divine’ Saleha.
On being questioned about the time span, Sid Joshi said that the squad will be bootcamping in Serbia for a period of one month. Later on they plan to get back to India and compete at India-SEA level. Indian Counter-Strike circuit is heating up with the likes of Entity Gaming, Global Esports and Signify. All three teams are equipped with couple of foreign firepower and the competition for the throne has rose to a level never witnessed before.
It would be interesting to analyze and watch Entity’s gameplay after a period of one month as they return back home after practicing against European teams.