17 September 2018
Tickets are on sale for EPICENTER CS:GO tournament due to be held in Moscow October 27–28
Starting today, tickets are available for EPICENTER, the largest international Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament in the CIS. The tournament’s finals will be held at the CSKA Arena (the sports and entertainment complex formerly known as VTB Ice Palace) on October 27–28. Spectators will be treated to a dramatic showdown between the world’s best teams, a colorful and unforgettable show, and singing sessions by professional players and commentators.
Tickets for the tournament can be purchased online at ticket.epicenter.gg, from the event’s official ticketing agent, Concert.ru, or at Euroset retail stores. Single-day tickets and two-day passes are available. Prices start from 490 rubles (approx. $7.19). A schematic of the venue is available here and here.
Tickets are also available for free when purchasing a plan from the mobile carrier Yota, which is the tournament’s title partner. A Yota Ticket pass provides early admission to the stadium and seats on the central stand. A holder of this pass will also get a collectible poster and lapel pin that are unique to this pass category, a set of team logo stickers, a 15% discount coupon at Fragstore, and a collectible military dog tag. The pass also gives access to a signing session ticket giveaway. For detailed terms and conditions, visit yotagamer.ru.
In the tradition of previous EPICENTER events, multi-day pass holders will receive various bonuses according to their pass category:
A 900-ruble Silver pass comes with a poster that is unique to this category, and a set of team logo stickers. Holders are also eligible for winning a ticket to a signing session.
A 1,500-ruble Gold Nova pass comes with a poster that is unique to this category, a collectible lapel pin, and a set of team logo stickers. Holders are eligible for winning a ticket to a signing session.
A 2,900-ruble Master Guardian pass comes with a poster and lapel pin that are unique to this category, a tournament-branded Pop Socket cell phone holder, and a set of team logo stickers. Holders are eligible for winning a ticket to a signing session.
A 3,900-ruble Legendary Eagle pass will grant an EPICENTER attendee early admission to the stadium. It comes with a poster and lapel pin that are unique to this category, a tournament-branded Pop Socket cell phone holder, a Power Bank with a unique design, and a set of team logo stickers. Pass holders are eligible for winning a ticket to a signing session.
A premium 9,900-ruble EPICENTER pass provides the best seating at the stadium and early admission to it. It comes with a poster and lapel pin that are unique to this category, an exclusive gift from the tournament organizers, a Power Bank with a unique design, a set of team logo stickers, a set of 8 access cards for all signing sessions, and a bracelet granting VIP access to signing sessions (only valid with an access card).
Choose your category while tickets last! The number of tickets is strictly limited. See you at EPICENTER!
Epic Esports Events specializes in organizing international competitions, and was the organizer for the EPICENTER Dota 2 and CS:GO tournaments held in Moscow and St. Petersburg in 2016–18. Over 24 million viewers around the world followed the first EPICENTER: Moscow tournament. At Europe’s leading EuBEA awards in 2016, that tournament got the prize for the best event in Europe in the Live Entertainment industry. EPICENTER XL, a Dota 2 tournament held in Moscow in 2018, became the most-watched tournament of the Major series (held with support from Dota 2’s publisher, Valve) in the Dota Pro Circuit 2017–18 season.
ESforce Holding is one of the world’s largest esports organizations, and the leader in electronic sports in Russia. The holding company integrates all key areas of the esports business, from organizing international tournaments and professional content creation to publishing and advertising activities, as well as online retail sales of esports-themed merchandise. ESforce owns over 220 popular online resources with a combined audience of 12 million followers and 114 million annual unique visitors, which provide a 90-percent reach to esports broadcast viewers in Russia and the CIS, as well as access to a significant share of relevant international audiences. In 2018, the holding became part of the largest technology company in Russia, Mail.Ru Group.