ESL One, one of the world's largest esports tournaments, took place in Brooklyn, New York this weekend. The event featured Counter-Strike: Global Offensive gameplay with the world’s eight best CS:GO teams, all battling for their share of a $250,000 prize pool.
AT&T was on location providing fans and gamers an opportunity to play their favorite games, preview unreleased titles and win prizes including exclusive access and VIP experiences.
Fans even got a chance to play with professional CS:GO Player Jordan “n0thing” Gilbert.
Check out how fans were able to play, win and compete with AT&T at ESL One.