Are you ready for the League Europe Season Four?

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Ella McConnell
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The League Europe Season Four is a big deal.

With US$2.5 million in prize money set to be paid out globally by this year, twelve intrepid crews will be fighting tooth and nail to see who comes out on top and gets their hands on a chunk of both the gold and the glory, as well as a truly epic trophy.

Who’ll be there?

It goes without saying that Season One champion Team Dignitas – now Schoolbus – and Seasons Two and Three champions Virtus.PRO will be there, with these two tank-piloting titans to face off against each other and a whole host of other teams in the upcoming matches.

The Season Four qualified teams are:
  • eSuba
  • Evil Panda Squad
  • Free Fall
  • Kazna.Kru
  • Denial
  • Lucky Kuraki
  • Schoolbus
  • TCM
  • Virtus.PRO
  • Team WUSA
With everything to play for, only one of this tough team lineup can emerge victorious.

Source: League EU Facebook page

What’s new in Season Four?

There have been a few minor changes to the rules and standardisation of terminology since the previous season, the key of these being the fact that the top level of the WGL is now called the Gold Series, with teams having to work their way up through the Bronze and Silver Series in order to qualify.

Season Four will be played in a bi-weekly tournament format, with each season of competition consisting of eleven match days – Mondays and Thursdays – all kicking off at 19:00 CEST live from the ESL TV studios in Cologne, Germany.

For all the latest information about Season Four, be sure to check out the official site.

Think you’ve got what it takes?

Then sign up and earn your stripes! Join the League by taking part in the upcoming special tournaments, details of which will be available in the near future.

Things kick off at 19:00 CEST today on, so make sure you tune in! Commentated by Oliver “Laughter” Maxfield and Lauren “Pansy” Scott, and with social media by Melek “m3lly” Balgün, you’re sure to be in good hands