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Why apply for a scholarship for Counter Strike in the U.S.?
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Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) is the 4th game of the Counter Strike series, and year after year it beats its record of registered players. Many players from Europe and other parts of the world decide to start college and to continue competing thanks to the U.S. Counter Strike scholarships. In many countries this is not even an option, because the educational systems basically force the players to choose between their academic studies or e-sport competitions, since both can be very demanding.
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How to get a scholarship for Counter Strike in the U.S.?
In the end we only regret the chance we didn’t take. (Taric, League of Legends)
Playing Counter Strike in the U.S. will allow you to live an experience that will grant you great opportunities in the future. Both universities and trainers are always looking for the best students in their teams in order to win the competitions. That’s why it’s really important that your transcript and your gaming level is as good as possible. That’s the key to having access to all opportunities you wish for.
Don’t wish it were easier, wish you were better. (Zoilo, Animal Crossing)
It’s very important to initiate the process well in advance, since many major universities start their recruitment process sometimes even 2-3 years earlier. We need to assess your profile, conduct a study of the universities and the team in which you will compete to avoid jeopardizing your eligibility. There are more than a dozen of games that you can compete in, and the level of Counter Strike in the U.S. can be very competitive, but there is always room for adjustment to every level. Let’s find your perfect match!
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