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The Far East team of the Russian Post reached the final of the cyberspartakiad
For the first time in 2020, the Russian Post is holding an e-sports Olympics for its employees. 15 postal workers from the Far East were among the best in the selection stage. They will have to play with other participants for the right to qualify for the super final.
According to the press service of the Russian Post, 29 employees from the Far East took part in the selection tests. The strongest were identified in five disciplines. In the individual championship in FIFA 2020 and Mortal Kombat, and in the team championship - Dota 2, World of tanks and CS: GO.
According to Sergei Makartsev, chief specialist of the Khabarovsk Krai Department of the Federal Security Service, who passed the qualifying stage and will represent the Far East at the all-Russian level, Cyberspartakiada is an excellent solution to a corporate event in a pandemic. Any esports lover could participate.
The all-Russian stage of the competition began on September 21. In Cyberspartakiad of Russian Post during broadcasts on the website https://cyberspartakiada.ru/vote the most active fans can support the competitors and win prizes from the organizers. Also, any of the viewers can try themselves as a sports analyst. To do this, you need to correctly predict which teams will take the first places in each of the disciplines. The full schedule of games and broadcasts is available on the Cyberspartakiada website.
Cyberspartakiada is not the only event of the Russian Post. In 2019, about 500 participants competed in eight disciplines of the All-Russian Spartakiad: indoor soccer, volleyball, running, chess, swimming, kettlebell lifting, multisport and streetball. This year, for security reasons for the participants, the Russian Post transferred the traditional Olympics to an online format: competitions are held in popular eSports disciplines, and each employee will be able to take part in no more than two types of the program. The company plans to maintain eSports disciplines in addition to the usual sports, as well as to form a national team of the company to participate in corporate leagues.