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Second season of CLUTCH, CS: GO national tournament, connects eSports, RAP and graffiti tribes

Second season of CLUTCH, CS: GO national tournament, connects eSports, RAP and graffiti tribes

The new season of CLUTCH, O Brazilian CS: GO, opens next Monday, February 10, at 5:30 pm, with many new features to provide a true immersive experience in the world of CS: GO – turning it into lifestyle.

The best teams in the country will face each other at Arena BBL, in So Paulo, for an even bigger prize than the previous year, totaling R $ 1,140,000 in 2020. This season will also guarantee winning team an international spot in the MOCHE XL Esports tournament, in Portugal.

Another big news for fans that will be distributed over R $ 15 thousand in items to be redeemed at CLUTCH's virtual store. In addition to the drops, every 10 minutes watched on Twitch's official channel, viewers get 10 coins, which can be exchanged for in-game items, virtual medals, or even official shirts for CLUTCH teams.

For those who prefer other platforms, the tournament will also be shown on the official channels of the Youtube It's from Facebook.A the second season will be played by eight teams: W7M, DETONA Gaming, Isurus, RED Canids Kalunga, Vivo Keyd, Alma Gaming, Bravos Gaming and Sovereign.

And to lead this show, CLUTCH has a strong team, including the return of Bernardo "Bida" Moura, Camila "Camyy" Vicentini, Guilherme "GuizaO" Kemen, Nicolas "Nicolino" Emerenciano, Guilherme "Spacca" and Pablo " xrm "Oliveira, now counting on Bruno" bit1 "Fukuda and Thau" Neves ".

The championship also includes the participation of ambassadors Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo, Alexandre "Gaules" Borba and Jean "mch" Michel.

With 100% face-to-face matches and scenarios that refer street art – bringing exclusive creations produced by graffiti artists – the tournament will connect the root eSports audience to lifestyle of urban movements.

To finish off immersed in this universe, CLUTCH entered into a partnership with the producer UZZN, which will bring authorial songs from their artists produced especially for the championship.

"CLUTCH has become much more than a CS: GO tournament because it is bringing more representativeness to important movements, uniting urban culture with esports. Both were born underground and today have become mainstream. This is confirmed by the numbers of the previous season, when the CLUTCH drew more than 3 million people watching it live, which totaled 75 million minutes watched ", emphasizes Leo De Biase, co-founder of BBL.

The matches will be broadcast directly from the BBL Arena on Mondays and Wednesdays, from February 10 (with a break during Carnival week) until April 8, always at 5:30 pm. The semifinals and finals are scheduled for April 18th and 19th (Saturday and Sunday), and on those days the sizes will be open to the public.

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