Int'l gaming competition to be held in Croatia for first time

Dota Pit Season 4 has announced the venue of their tournament´s LAN Finals and for the first time ever, a great gaming tournament such as Dota Pit will be held in the southern Croatian city of Split, a news conference heard.

The venue for LAN finals will be Spaladium Arena, built forthe World Handball Championship in 2009, located in one of Croatia's most beautiful and historic cities. Split and the Arena are located on the Croatian coast and it will surely be one of the most unique and beautiful places Dota was ever played at.

Also held in Split's Spaladium Arena will be the second Counter Pit tournament.  

“Dota Pit League Season 4 and Counter Pit League Season 2 will feature big LAN finals in Split, Croatia. LAN finals will take place starting on March 17, 2016, and will conclude on March 20. The whole event will take place in Spaladium Arena, a 10,000-seats venue,” organisers said.

The event will be streamed on the Internet and it is expected to reach 100 million viewers. This is the first eSport event ever held in Croatia.

Last update: Sun, 29/11/2015 - 14:20
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