Danish RFRSH Entertainment has joined partners Astralis, the current Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) world leaders and IMG, the company behind web-based esports platform Boomeo, to use Boomeo servers and game mods for tournament practice and preparation.
Additionally, members of Astralis will be producing exclusive content for Boomeo to be released throughout the summer. Check out the latest Astralis video via Boomeo:
“We’re excited to work with Boomeo, who is breaking new ground, when it comes to both educational content and specific skill training,” says Astralis manager Frederik Byskov. “For us it’s about continuously developing as a team and as individuals, and to constantly move forwards. The competition in CS:GO is fierce and the cooperation with professionals like Boomeo is a part of our strategy to constantly improve to stay ahead.”
“Both as a player and project lead for Boomeo, I am very excited to be partnering with Astralis,” says WME/IMG Esports’ Simon Abitbol. “For us this is an opportunity to work with the current #1 team on the planet to perfect our current training mods and design future ones together. For Astralis fans, this will be an opportunity for them to learn directly from their heroes on how to take their game to the next level.”
About RFRSH Entertainment
Founded in 2016, Copenhagen-based RFRSH Entertainment is a new breed of professional full-service team operator and media house in esports. Team management includes the CS:GO teams Astralis, GODSENT and Heroic.
Learn more at www.rfrsh.net.
Astralis is a leading esports organisation, with one of the world’s best CS:GO teams, as well as the first ever to be co-owned by the players in the esports industry.
Learn more at astralis.gg.
Boomeo, a web-based platform designed to help players improve at CS:GO by watching some of the best pros, is developed and managed by IMG, a global leader in sports, events, media and fashion, operating in more than 30 countries.
Learn more at www.boomeo.com.