Aussie streamers partner in Dynamic Duos for Red Bull Flick Showcase
Catch your favourite streamers tonight as they face off in a brand new CS:GO game mode ahead of Red Bull Flick qualifiers which kick off next week
WHAT: Live Showcase – Tuesday 9 November – 5pm AEDT
Watch streamers take on Red Bull Flick and pick up some tips to level up your game before the tournament qualifiers starting 16 Nov.
In a bid to inspire amateurs and pros across Australia to register for the upcoming Red Bull Flick tournament, some of Australia’s most prominent streamers and esports pro-players will be coming together tonight to showcase the brand new maps and exclusive CS:GO map mode designed for Red Bull Flick.
Streamers and pro players including Paladin Amber, IamfallfromGrace, AFL Legend Mitch Robinson, and Chiefs ESC CS:GO in-game lead Apocdud will be paired in Dynamic Duos to compete in a swiss format competition highlighting the exclusive ‘Hold The Flag’ format in Red Bull Flick.
Check out your favourite streamer, and see who they’re teaming up with in their Dynamic Duo:
- Paladin Amber and Bordie
- IamfallfromGrace and Jeff
- Konii and Artemis
- Mitch Robinson and Apocdud
- MacMate and Vandie
- Tucks and Texta
Hold the Flag comes with five new custom maps with unique settings and game mechanics to keep the competition varied; Castle, Garden, Speedway, Matrix and Himalaya are all available to play now on Steam.
Viewers are bound to pick up some tips and tricks to apply to their strategy and level up their game, with open qualifiers for Red Bull kicking off next week on November 16.
WHERE: Tune into any of the twelve influencers on their very own Twitch channels to catch the action.
WHEN: The Dynamic Duos showcase kicks off at 5PM AEDT, Tuesday 10 November.
RED BULL FLICK: Registrations are now open for Red Bull Flick at Redbull.com/Flick
The qualifiers will take place across November 16-19 and 23-26
The final will be streamed live on Red Bull Twitch on Sunday 29 November
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