ESEA are proud to present the esports competition, ESL Pro League Season 6, the most awaited CS: GO tournament. The competition will be held from the 22nd August till 12th November. You could follow and watch all the action in the tournaments online on Youtube over the course of seven weeks every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. The event will feature twenty-eight esports teams competing for their share from a prize pool of $1 million.
The last ESL Pro League was held in Dallas. The main event saw G2 beat North in the Finals with the unbeatable score 3:1, taking home their well-deserved cash prize of $225K. Another promising team is SK Gaming, a top CS: GO unit in the world rankings, after winning the ESL One: Cologne 2017 championship.
The ESL Pro League Season 6 is fast approaching, featuring the best CS units who will wow the esports audiences with their world-class game plays. The tournament format of the ESL League will feature two qualifying group stages for North America and Europe. Both regions will have fourteen squads each, battling against each other for a spot in the main event. From then on, twelve teams will get to participate in the final, six from NA and another six from EU. Which twelve CS: GO squads will rise above the rest?
A top North American CS: GO unit, C9 has recently taken part in the ESL One: Cologne 2017, finishing a close second place in the grand finals. Their last tournament was the PGL Major Krakow finishing in a disappointing ninth place. Usually after a loss, C9 steps up their game to perform better in the following esports tournaments.
IMT is an American CS squad is made up of Brazilian teammates have recently participated in ESL One: Cologne, outranking Virtus.Pro and Tyloo. In their latest competition, PGL Major Krakow, Immortals made a winning comeback taking home the second prize outranking top teams, Astralis, Fnatic, SK, BIG and North.
Representing NA is a German esports team, SK Gaming that ranks the highest in the world of CS: GO. The latest great wins were DreamHack Summer 2017, ECS S3 as well as ESL One: Cologne beating CS squads like C9, Faze and Fnatic. Will they hold the ESL Pro League S6 Championship title?
A Spanish CS: GO squad, G2 has surprised many esports fans, winning the ESL Pro S5 beating North, scooping their second highest prize. Other great wins accomplished by G2 include DreamHack Tours and ECS Season 3. Will they manage to rule again in this ESL match?
Representing Europe, Astralis is a Danish esports team that has reached the Semi-finals in the PGL Major Krakow and ECS Season 3, IEM XII Sydney as well as the DreamHack Masters Las Vegas. Will they manage to beat Faze, SK Gaming and Optic Gaming?
Mouz is another rising pro unit representing Europe. The German group of players have played well and proved themselves in the qualifying matches of the DreamHack Masters Malmo and PGL Major Krakow. The stress is even greater in premier tournaments but nothing holds them back from playing CS: GO. Going head to head against NA top teams will they improve their CS strategies?
Which CS squads will come out on top at the ESL Pro League Season 6?