Armin van Buuren comes to Iasi at Digital Throne – World Esports Championships on 1 September

DJ Armin van Buuren will take the stage of the closing ceremony of the World Esports Championships finals, along with Tujamo, Tom Odell, B.U.G.
Mafia, Lost Frenquencies, Delia and many other artists, inform the organizers, in a press release sent to AGERPRES.

The source says that they will take the stage of the closing ceremony alongside renowned international artists such as Lost Frequencies, JP Cooper and Tom Odell, but also Romanian artists B.U.G. Mafia, Delia, Carla’s Dreams, Alternosphere, Subcarpati, Spike, The Motans, Connect-R & Johny Romano, Deliric x Silent Strike w. Muse Quartet & CTC and Moldova Philharmonic from Iasi.

Armin van Buuren will take the Digital Throne stage on Friday, 1 September, with the day-to-day schedule of the event to be announced soon.

“Iasi becomes the world capital of esports, but also a European pole of attraction in terms of festivals. In addition to the hundreds of professional players who come to our city, we have thousands of tourists interested in this worldwide phenomenon of esports, as well as music concerts and related events organized at the end of August. In addition to gaining image for our city, new business opportunities are opening up in tourism, hospitality industry, IT and many other areas, through which we revitalize the local economy,” said the mayor of Iasi, Mihai Chirica.

Digital Throne hosts the 15th World Esports Championships. The competition, organized by the International Esports Federation, will bring together the most players that any profile event organized so far in the world has ever had. More than 700 players from 120 countries will face off at six of today’s top competitive games: Counter Strike: Global-Offensive, Dota 2, eFootball, Tekken, Mobile Legends and PUBG Mobile.

The prize pool is USD 500,000, the largest prize pool a World Championship has ever had. The prizes will be awarded after the almost 500 matches that the final tournament in Iasi will host for a week.

Access to the finals of the Esports World Championship is free.