A week of esports, from March 29 to April 3

By Ucatchers

From the Apex Legends world championship to the latest Call of Duty: Warzone update, from the exclusive interview to the esports director of Pro Gaming Italia, to Inter Milan, which also focuses on esports to launch the new logo. Here’s the hottest news on Esportsmag this week.

But today we start with our “April Fool”. Did you fall for it too or did you immediately realize that it was a joke? Or, even worse, did you miss it? In any case, go and review it: it is a “news” that makes a bang even a few days later.

Electronic Arts has just revealed the details of the world championship of Apex Legends: the 2021 Global Series, including dates, prize pool and eligibility. Starting June 1, competitors in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and South America will battle for a portion of the $ 1 million prize pool.

ProGaming Italia has been included by the Financial Times among 1,000 fastest growing European companies in 2021: a historical and important result that makes us understand how much the company based in Bolzano is a fundamental piece in the Italian esports and gaming ecosystem, and beyond. We talked about this and much more with Maurizio Cassano, esports director of ProGaming Italia, in the exclusive interview that is part of the series of appointments with Iidea members.

We also talked about why fans of Call of Duty: Warzone they don’t have a whole lot to be excited about regarding the newly released mid-season update.

Inter have launched a new visual identity. Between past and present, in the advertising campaign there is also space for exports with Levy “Levy” Frederique. The Inter Esports player shows his face in the Nerazzurri campaign alongside numerous other icons of the Nerazzurri world.

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