The Netherlands are well represented in the City League. Let’s have a closer look at what they have to offer and how they perfectly fit into the City League.
First of all, The Netherlands is host to some amazing esports venues. It’s not too long ago that the Dutchies discovered esports and decided that they wanted to take it to a higher level. Out of this passion, venues like the Esports Game Arena and the Rotterdam Esports House rose. These are well organized, highly popular venues that showed the ‘mainstream’ public that it’s actually possible to run someting esports related in The Netherlands.
These venues understand that bringing people together with some games, some food and somewhere to chill is the right formula to success. Now, what are the chances that The Netherlands will make it in to the top 3 in the first season of City League? Let’s have a look!
Of course it’s still a mistery who which players will participate in the City League. But one thing is certain: there is a lot of overall gaming quality in The Netherlands. Popular examples like Thijs ‘ThijsHS’ Molendijk, Tim ‘Spam’ Lunenburg and Fabian ‘Febiven’ Diepstraten are just some examples out of the many sucessfull Dutch esporters. Whether this talent will also show itself in the City League is not an ‘if’ question, but more a ‘when’ question.
With this information, the other participating countries should be fearful of the Dutch. They have professional venues, talented players and a passionate audience. Bring it on!