ESL, the worlds largest esports organization and tournament organiser, is partnering with ImmutableX to bring crypto collectibles into their competitive CS:GO tournaments. What are NFTs? How will they be implemented in ESL competitions?

The “when did csgo come out” is a question that many people ask, and the answer is: August 23rd, 2013. The “ESL Gaming Partner with ImmutableX for CS:GO NFTs” is a blockchain-based token system that allows players to buy and sell virtual items on their platform.

ESL Gaming has announced a cooperation with ImmutableX, a hyper-efficient layer 2 scaling solution. In the future, this strong duo will collaborate to bring cutting-edge artifacts to the e-sports field.

The partnership will guarantee that ESL has a scalable solution in place to support its NFT operations. As a consequence, ESL ProTour fans will be able to purchase, trade, and exchange NFTs via an ImmutableX-powered platform, allowing for ultra-fast transactions in a “safe, carbon-neutral, and gas-free” manner.

The ultra-popular CS:GO brand, in particular, will profit from this marriage, with a slew of bespoke artifacts on the way, as well as a next-gen trading platform for fans all around the globe.

We’re teaming up with @Immutable to provide CS:GO fans all across the globe a next-generation digital NFT collectable platform!

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— ESL (@ESL) on the 28th of October, 2021

ESL originally entered the NFT sector earlier this year for IEM Cologne 2021, and they’ve now found the right partner to help them take the program to the next level. Bernhard Mogk, a representative for ESL gaming, said:

“Gaming is in the Immutable team’s DNA, and we share the same vision for the future of NFTs.” This is the only way to develop genuine innovation in the sector when combined with a great enthusiasm for the community. We’re ecstatic to be launching on Immutable X, the best community-driven and fan-centric collectible platform for buying, collecting, and owning some of the most memorable moments in ESL Pro Tour history.”