The Professional Video Games League (LVP) and Flow presented the Unity League Flow, the first Argentine professional Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO) competition. The tournament, which began last February 10th, brings together the top ten Argentine teams of this discipline, and has live broadcasts every Monday and Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. (Argentine time) on Flow (channel 601) and on the official Twitch and YouTube channel of LVP.
The Unity League Flow runs from February to August and is divided into two stages: the opening will be played from February to April, and the closure will take place from June to August. The 10 teams that face each other in this first split are Aion Esports, Atrapa2 Gaming, Coliseo Dragons, Furious Gaming, Hawks, LBS Esports, Malvinas Gaming, Nocturns Gaming, Rysix Gaming y Sinisters. The clashes will take place during 18 days in round robin format. The top six will qualify for the playoffs with bracket format, where the two teams that will play the face-to-face final will be known.
‘In the LVP we aim to develop the esports scene in the country, to professionalize the industry more and more to be able to be part of an increasingly large entertainment. We launch the Unity League Flow, the new professional CS:GO league, one of the most important esports in our country, with a large number of players and large audiences’, said Juan Diego GarcIa Squetino, LVP Country Manager for Argentina , Chile and Peru.
Silvana Cataldo, Brand Strategy & Entertainment Sr Manager at Telecom Argentina, has also expressed herself on the Unity League Flow launch, and said that, together with LVP, ‘we are deepening the path we started in 2019, joining this time the launch of a new professional league in Argentina, which allows us to continue strengthening our participation as a strategic partner for the growth and development of esports in the country. All the contents generated in this new competition will be available to be watched live and on demand through our entertainment platform, Flow’.