The Zagreb Wolves are back in action for the first edition of City League for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. The Zagreb Wolves had a great performance in the pre-season, ending up 6th in the general standing. Zagreb has shown themselves to be the home of some very talented esports players. Will the swap between Overwatch and CS:GO make the difference to a 6th place standing or the number one spot?
Croatia Counter-Strike scene
Croatia has a history with Counter-Strike with players like Matija ‘NyX’ Jovanović and Predrag ‘st0le’ Stojković. Both winning cash prizes across various tournaments. Recently, the Croatian football club NK Rudeš entered the world of esports, announcing a CS:GO and League of Legends team. Both will compete in the Battle4Split tournament. All teams can participate, but only the best will qualify for the offline final which is organized in Split, Croatia.
Esport Arena to represent Zagreb
The Esport Arena, located in the Avenue Mall in Zagreb, will claim the honors to represent Zagreb and battle against other venues across Europe. Placed in group A they will face the Ghent Giants, playing from the Outpost Gaming Center in Ghent. The Alphen Rhinos, playing from inside the Esports Game Arena in Alphen aan de Rijn and the final team in the group: United Bialystok, playing in the United Esports Bar located in Bialystok.
The Wolves know they have to perform well and they are gathering their talented players as we speak. The first match of the Wolves will take place on the 19th of July at 21:00 CEST. Do you think the Wolves can claim the number one title in the first official season of City League? Or will other countries surpass them? Please let us know in the comments or join us on discord!