Good Game Global reveals details for Croatia’s largest esports B2B event

10 February 2023


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Croatian esports and gaming agency Good Game Global has announced details surrounding its upcoming B2B CS:GO tournament Good Game Zagreb.

The tournament will take place in Zagreb, Croatia on March 31st and April 1st, and will feature a total of 32 IT and tech companies competing in CS:GO. The event will also support local charities and will be followed by local music acts on the Zagreb Faire grounds.

Good Game Zagreb is a tournament that fields amateur CS:GO players from companies in the digital sector. First started in 2016, Good Game Zagreb is a well-known amateur tournament in the region, and one of the rare tournaments that features a combination of networking and esports competition.

The upcoming edition will see the likes of Infobip, the first Croatian unicorn startup, Serbian game developer Nordeus, Porsche Digital, A1 Telecom, Croatian game developer Nanobit and live score platform SofaScore participate in the tournament. A number of other well-known companies from the region will also compete. 

Good Game Global CEO Nikola Stolnik, told Esports Insider: “This year’s Good Game Zagreb event was sold out in record time which has shown the hype, interest, and strength of community-driven esports. We are happy to continue our original event concept since 2016 and further strengthen ties within the tech community through esports.”

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Good Game Global also works on a number of other esports and gaming projects. The company produced the regional Telekom eSports championship in 2022 and is behind the largest student esports league in the region, the Student Esports Tournament.

The latter has recently been announced as a feeder tournament for the Amazon University Masters league. Good Game Global noted that there are plans for more editions of the tournament in the region in 2023.

Whilst rare, B2B esports tournaments are not new occurrences. In fact, Esports Insider and Platform launched WFH League, a corporate esports league, in 2020.

Ivan Šimić
Ivan comes from Croatia, loves weird simulator games, and is terrible at playing anything else. Spent 5 years writing about tech and esports in Croatia, and is now doing it here.