An international esports tournament saw a major victory from a North American team over Europe, igniting a years-long debate of which country is better at esports. North America might have won the battle, but the war isn't over yet.
Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland, is known for its natural beauty and a bustling nightlife scene.
Undoubtedly the biggest match so far had been North America's Sentinels versus Europe's Fnatic - not only because both these teams are fan favourites, but it represented a testament of which country was better at the competitive shooter.
Although many rightly believe that Asia is the mecca of esports, the industry is also very strong in both the United States and the United Kingdom.
This tournament is also a big deal because it is a LAN (offline) event, meaning that opposing teams are competing in the same venue socially distanced.
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