The CrossFire CFS World Finals was held in Chengdu, and the Chinese team won the championship for a second time
The reporter learned from Chengdu High-tech Zone that the 2023 CrossFire CFS World Finals came to an end at the Chengdu High-tech Sports Center last night, and the White Shark team and the Chengdu AG team from the China Division joined hands on the final stage for the third consecutive year. After 4 rounds of fierce battles, the White Shark team defeated Chengdu AG and successfully defended the championship trophy of the 2023 CrossFire CFS World Finals.
The teams participating in this year's CrossFire CFS World Finals are composed of 12 teams from China, Brazil, Vietnam and other regions, who gathered in Chengdu, China, after 12 days of group stage confrontation and knockout competition, and finally the White Shark team and Chengdu AG team stood on the final stage, which is also the fourth time that the Chinese team has won the world championship.
On November 28, the "Chengdu 2023-2024 World E-sports Events Kick-off Conference" was held in Chengdu High-tech Zone, and the five high-level e-sports events were released on the spot, as well as the Action Plan for Building a World-class E-sports Industry Base (2024-2026) (Draft for Comments) and the "8 E-sports" Policies (Draft for Comments) of Chengdu High-tech Zone. Starting in December, the 2023 Honor of Kings World Championship Cup, the 2023 CrossFire World Finals (CFS), the 2023 Fifth Personality Pro League Fall Finals, the 2023 Naraka: Bladepoint World Championship Finals and the first Tencent Enlightenment Artificial Intelligence National Open Finals will kick off a wave of e-sports and intellectual sports events in Chengdu.
Among them, the CrossFire CFS World Finals is the highest-level competition in the CrossFire World Championship, and it belongs to the highest-level international competition of the domestic first-person shooter project. In 2023, the CFS World Finals will return to China after 10 years, and it will also be the first e-sports event to land after the press conference of "Chengdu Building a World Famous Event City, 2023-2024 World E-sports Tournament Launch", which will further help Chengdu build a world famous event city and build an e-sports cultural capital.
It is reported that in 2022, Chengdu High-tech Zone will successfully introduce the CrossFire Professional E-sports League, and more than 10 CrossFire E-sports clubs will jointly land in the Gazelle Valley Digital Cultural and Creative Park, and build professional e-sports venues in Gazelle Valley. In the future, Chengdu High-tech Zone will combine policy support to build professional venues, set up industrial funds, and promote the construction of a world-class e-sports industry base with high-end and intensive events, a concentration of leading enterprises, leading technology and equipment, a rich industrial ecology, and a gathering of professional talents.
Chengdu Daily Jinguan News reporter Wu Yifei Photo courtesy of Chengdu High-tech Zone Editor-in-charge He Qitie