“It was an immense logistical undertaking,” explains Agnieszka Bała, Business Marketing Specialist at G2A.COM, who was responsible for organizing the bootcamp. She continues, “The preparations lasted for several months. We had to make sure the players had great technical conditions, as well as the chance to integrate with each other and spend some quality time away from their computers.” During Friday’s press conference, the teams emphasized that both Rzeszów and G2A were very hospitable to them. “It was the best bootcamp we have ever attended,” says Wiktor “Taz” Wojtas from Virtus.pro, “G2A provided us with everything we could think of. All aspects of the bootcamp were extremely well prepared.”
“We trained for a few hours every day, so we did not have a lot of time to see Rzeszów,” explains Ladislaw “GuardiaN” Kovacs from Natus Vincere, “However, the places we were able to see impressed me. This is a very nice city.”
The bootcamp also provided an opportunity for the teams to meet with their fans. A meet and greet was organized for Na’Vi and Virtus.pro in shopping mall “Millenium Hall”, during which almost 3,000 esports fans gathered to collect autographs, take photos with the players, and chat with the teams.
G2A.COM is known for supporting the esports industry. Besides sponsoring Virtus.pro and Na’Vi, the company organizes both local and global esports events. G2A.COM has already invested over 10 million dollars in the industry.
G2A.COM is the world’s largest digital marketplace for gamers, making game trading simpler, safer and more affordable for all. Founded in 2010, the company soon launched what is now a one-stop platform for over 20 million gamers and geeks. It connects buyers and sellers around the world, enabling them to trade games, hardware and gadgets for less, all in one place.Back