At the end of November, the CS:GO and LoL teams of Southeast Europe had the chance to prove their mettle in the fourth season of the Southeast Europe Championship (SEC) at the Games.CON in Belgrade with its €7000 prize pool. 20000 people attended on the expo, where four teams in each discipline managed to qualify from all across the regions, including teams from Greece, Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia and Hungary.
Counter Strike: Global Offensive
Before the competition started, Outlaws.GG said about themselves that they are highly motivated and striving for the highest level of CS:GO. As it turns out, the Bulgarian squad wasn’t kidding around and showed off with some outstanding performances against Nexus and NetlanD, including an absolutely dominating 16:0 round in the grand finals. Congrats to Outlaws.GG and you can check out the bracket below, as well as read up on the action in our CS:GO recap.
League of Legends
In typical SEC fashion, the League of Legends portion of the tournament was dominated by Greeks for the fourth time in a row. The squad of Regenesis Esports managed to secure themselves highest honors, as well as €2000 winner’s prize money. With this, the recently formed organisation is already the strongest LoL team in Greece and has taken their first steps towards their goal of entering the Spring Split of the Challenger Series. Check out their road through the tournament and read about their journey in the our LoL recap.
Don’t forget to stop by the official Facebook page of the SEC, where you can find all pictures from the exciting event.