Red bull gaming The gaming sub-brand of Red Bull energy drinks has joined forces with the FPS training platform, target lab To organize a tournament to find the player with the best accuracy and aim.
new adventure, called “Red Bull Ready Check”will begin June 12 and will test the aim of amateur and professional players over several weeks and in a variety of challenges. The competition will use a new mode in the AIM Lab, focusing on: transfer, displacement and tracking. Any player with an account can participate in tasks and earn a chance to participate in contests Championship July 29 in Dallas, Texasfor the award of $50,000.
red Bull will also organize Four face-off incidents in America., and will share a leaderboard separate from the main leaderboard. The player with the highest score at the end of all the four events will also qualify for the championship. In addition, the final spot will go to the best competitor following a Last Chance Playoff held immediately before the championship on the morning of the main event.
Red Bull’s esports association has come a long way since its initial foray into the field. Today the company collaborates with a number of organizations including Heroic, Team Heretics, T1 and F1 sim racing teams. It also organizes various esports events especially in the field of fighting games.
Aim Lab is also increasingly active in this area, partnering with the Call of Duty League in 2022 and strengthening its relationship with Riot Games, the developer of Valorant. In addition, the app now offers Valorant-specific challenges and is the naming sponsor for VCT EMEA through a three-year agreement.