Registration for Baku Open Cyber Cup tournament starts

Registration for Baku Open Cyber Cup cyber sports tournament, to be held within the framework of the Innovation Week, starts today.
The competitions will be organized in two kinds of games (FIFA 19 and Mortal Kombat) on the Xbox platform to be held on October 28 of current year by Azerbaijan Cyber Sports Federation with the support of the Ministry of Transport, Communications and High Technologies and in partnership with Heydar Aliyev Center and Microsoft Azerbaijan.
Anyone over 15 who are wishing to participate in the competition must fill in e-application form (http://www.cybersport.az/tournaments/BakuOpen2018/BakuOpenRegistrationForm.doc) and email it to Azerbaijan Cyber Sports Federation (info@cybersport.az) before October 19,2018.
Thirty-two participants selected for each kind of games will gain the right to participate in the tournament to be held at Heydar Aliyev Center on October 28, 2018. The winners will be determined after the Olympic-style competitions. The winners will be awarded cash prizes.

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