FanClash reveals schedule: Witness the CS:GO Retakes actions
Get ready to witness the intense actions of CS:GO Retakes with Revenant Esports, Velocity Gaming, Orangutan and Reckoning Esports as they join in. Recently, FanClash announced the schedule of their upcoming CS: GO Retakes tournament which will run from the 18th of February to the 10th of March. Paradox.kasif will be seen leading Revenant Esports, vlt.sentinel will lead Velocity Gaming, swyambika will lead Orangutan and harshhh will lead Reckoning Esports. It brings up a unique concept as the team members will compete against each other in a 2v3 situation. Reckoning Esports won the CS:GO Re-Ignite tournament hosted by FanClash CS:GO in January. This time they are back to revive CS:GO with another bang.
FanClash Retakes: The complete schedule
Beginning on 18th February, the matches will be live-streamed on FanClash’s YouTube channel. The matches will take place between the teams themselves. 2 players will be on the Terrorist side (T) and 3 players on the Counter-Terrorist(CT) side. The teams will compete each day, which will end on 10th March 2023. Roster shuffles will be simultaneously maintained on each day, with five players, 2 being on the Terrorist side, and 3 being on the counter-terrorist side.
Here is the schedule that is revealed –
- 18th February – Revenant Esports
- 19th February – Revenant Esports
- 20th February – Reckoning Esports
- 21st February – Orangutan
- 22nd February – Reckoning Esports
- 23rd February – Orangutan
- 24th February – Revenant Esports
- 25th February – Revenant Esports
- 26th February – Revenant Esports
- 27th February – Reckoning Esports
- 28th February – Orangutan
- 1st March – Reckoning Esports
- 2nd March – Orangutan
- 3rd March – Reckoning Esports
- 4th March – Orangutan
- 5th March – Velocity Gaming
- 6th March – Velocity Gaming
- 7th March – Velocity Gaming
- 9th March – Velocity Gaming
- 10th March – Velocity Gaming
About the CS:GO Retakes
Retakes is a new game mode that was included in Operation Broken Fang’s 3rd December 2020 update for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. It was available during the period of the new update. After Operation Broken Fang came to an end on 3rd May 2021, the game mode was maintained and relocated from its new independent game mode into the War Games category of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. In this intense game mode, three Ts defended a planted explosive against four CTs. At the start of each round, players had to select a loadout card and then reclaimed or defended the bomb sites. The first team to win eight rounds was termed the winner.
Keeping the CS:GO Retakes concept in mind, FanClash brought this for quick entertainment and fans can enjoy their favourite players. Get ready to witness the actions from tomorrow. Check our previous articles on FanClash and CS:GO’s revival.