Hrvatski Telekom organises Magenta 1 gaming tournaments in Zagreb, Split, Osijek, and Rijeka for all gamers and gaming enthusiasts. The participants will compete in the game PlayStation FIFA 17. It will simultaneously be played by four gamers or 64 participants in each city, and they will be competing for the main prize PlayStation 4 Pro. Besides the competitive segment of the event, all those interested will be provided the opportunity to play Watch Dogs 2.
The first Magenta 1 gaming tournament in Croatian cities commences on 26 November in the Split-based City Centre One, to be continued in the Osijek-based Portanova on 3 December. The Rijeka-based Tower Centre will host the tournament on 10 December, whilst the last tournament will take place in the Zagreb-based Arena Centre on 17 December. The live streaming coverage of the semi-finals and the finals will be provided by Jutarnji list at the jutarnji.hr portal. Application forms for each of the tournaments will be provided one week before the tournament at the web link.
In order to provide an introduction to the tournaments that will be held in Croatian cities, Igor Belan, HCL gaming portal editor, in co-operation with Ivan Šarić, a comedian and a host, will perform the unboxing of the device between 10 and 12 o’clock in front of the T-Centre premises located at Arena Centre in Zagreb, on 19 November. The visitors will be provided the opportunity to witness the excellent performance of the most cutting-edge gaming console currently on the market, as well as to play the new game Watch Dogs 2. Appropriate gifts will be provided for the luckiest visitors.
In case you do not win a PlayStation 4 Pro device during the Magenta 1 gaming tournament, it will be provided at T sales outlets at best prices and within the best product range. The Best Tariffs (Najbolje tarife) within Magenta 1 provide the package that includes PlayStation4 Pro, the game Watch Dogs 2, and the smartphone Sony Xperia XA at the price of HRK 1 one-off and the remaining amount can be paid in instalments.