FACEIT and Twitch will be hosting the CS:GO tournament, Esports Championship Series Season 2 finals. These matches will take place on the 9th until 11th December, where eight different teams compete against each other to try win the first prize. The ECS will be hosted at the Anaheim Arena for three days of fierce CS:GO matches. Who do you think will put on a good show in the finals?
A Danish team players of Astralis co-own the organisation which helps to give motivation to play better and harder. Their latest tournament was in the IEM XI – Oakland where Astralis placed third to fourth reaching the semi-finals.
The boys in blue or better known as EnVyUs have added Christopher ‘SIXER’ Xia to the Envyus roster last October. For some time they have become the best team in CS:GO history, will they live up to the reputation in this match?
The latest changes in the Faze Clan CSGO roster included Fabien ’kioShiMa’ Fiey and Jkaem is now a substitute. Faze Clan have played in the IEM XI – Oakland and iBUYPOWER Masters 2016 where they placed third to fourth.
Their latest accomplishments was achieving first place in the EPICENTER 2016 in Moscow, beating Virtus.Pro. Team Dignitas have improved their CS:GO strategies with a winning streak. Do you think they will reach the ECS finals?
The latest change in current SK roster was acquiring LG’s lineup as from July 2016. In the IEM XI – Oakland SK Gaming placed second, showing fans their cs:go strategy, taking home the second prize. Do SKGaming have what it takes to win the Esports Championship Series Season 2?
Considered to be a dangerous CS:GO team, Cloud 9 may need to work on their pistol rounds more. Skadoodle’s precise aim of an awper, together with the rest of his squad who continue to play well in the game, they hope to win ECS.
Having been created in the beginning of 2016, they have had quite a few successes recently like the Northern Arena 2016 in Montreal. November 13th Optic Gaming won first place against G2 Esports. The squad qualified for the Esports Championship Series Season 2 which will be held in December.
Their latest addition early November was Steel who is currently the in-game leader as well as the entry fragger. Immortals’ performance in iBUYPOWER Masters 2016 was their latest achievement winning over Cloud 9, who will also be one of the contenders in the Esports Championship Series Season 2 Finals.
Keep track of your favourite squad taking part in The Esports Championship Series Season 2 Finals between the 9th till 11th December.