Mamoon Sabri To Host Major Esports Tournament For CSGO
Within a week, a significant Counter-Strike: Global Offensive major esports tournament will take place, and for the first time, TeaTime, a Pakistani caster, will serve as the host.
Within a week, a significant Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CSGO) major esports tournament will take place, and for the first time, TeaTime, a Pakistani caster, will serve as the host.
Along with Elfishguy, Mac, and YouM3, Mamoon Sabri will comment on the Asia Pacific RMR for the Paris Major 2023. IHC Esports, TYLOO, Twisted Minds, Grayhound Gaming, and other notable professional CSGO teams will participate in the event.
A native Pakistani caster has never been hired for a major international esports tournament of this magnitude. Sabri will travel to the location to provide coverage as an esports host and broadcast expert.
Mamoon “TeaTime” Sabri has been a professional commentator for nearly ten years. He primarily focuses on games like CSGO, which is well-known not only in Pakistan but also around the world. It recently crossed over 1.4 million concurrent players, a further milestone. The main game on Steam has crossed 1 million dynamic players.
Sabri has previously served as a consultant and esports journalist for Middle Eastern conglomerates. He also plans to continue his work as an international commentator and has been the primary consumer rights activist for the esports industry.
Counter-Strike: Offensive Global (CS: GO) is a 2012 multiplayer strategic first-individual shooter created by Valve and Secret Way Diversion. The Counter-Strike series’ fourth game is here. Global Offensive was developed for more than two years and released in August 2012 for Linux, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and OS X.
The game continues to be updated on a regular basis by Valve, both with larger content additions and smaller patches for balancing.
In a variety of objective-based game modes, Terrorists and Counter-Terrorists, the game’s two teams compete against one another. The most common game modes have the terrorists planting a bomb while the counterterrorists try to stop them, or the counterterrorists trying to free hostages that the terrorists have taken.