The only CS:GO league to incorporate Loot Drops; The equivalent of ten Gaming PCs or three FACEIT Fiat 500s could be won during online matches for Season 5
LOS ANGELES, Mar. 19, 2018 – FACEIT, the leading competitive gaming platform and creators of the Esports Championship Series (ECS), and YouTube will reward viewers with Loot Drops during ECS Seasons 5 online matches. 15 million FACEIT Points will be up for grabs during ECS Season 5 online matches and these rewards can be redeemed for real-world prizes. ECS continues to be the only CS:GO tournament to have Loot Drops outside of the Majors.
As part of FACEIT and YouTube Gaming’s exclusive broadcast partnership for the ECS, viewers of the popular Counter-Strike: Global Offensive league will have the opportunity to secure Loot Drops filled with FACEIT Points when they tune in to the league’s broadcasts from 20 March to 10 May. FACEIT Points can be redeemed on FACEIT.com (https://www.faceit.com/en/shop) for real-world prizes, in-game items and other rewards. The total redeemable points on offer during online matches equals a staggering three Fiat 500s, ten PCs, 12.5 Dragon Lores, 28 Vertagear PL6000 gaming chairs, 91 Karambit Blue Steel knife skins, 250 Gaming Mice or 7500 Bizon skins from the FACEIT Shop.
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FACEIT Points will drop during ECS Season 5 online matches watched on the ECS YouTube Gaming channel: http://gaming.youtube.com/faceit. FACEIT users can link their FACEIT.com accounts to their YouTube accounts by clicking “Get Loot.”
If you fancy your chances make sure you tune in to the next match taking place on 20 March at 6pm ET/10pm GMT.
FACEIT is the leading competitive platform for online multiplayer games, with more than 5 million users logging in a total of over 12 million online game sessions each month. FACEIT allows players to easily play in tournaments and leagues for virtual and real-world prizes through automated tournament management and matchmaking technology. For developers, FACEIT’s advanced software development kit (SDK) allows game creators to easily integrate user-friendly matchmaking and tournaments into their titles to allow gamers to take part in competitive online games at all skill levels. esports organizers, players and communities use FACEIT to create and manage online competitions. For more information on FACEIT, please visit www.faceit.com.
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