Over the last couple of days, eleven of the best CS:GO teams from Europe and North America regions have been battling in the Ginásio do Ibirapuera in São Paulo for the ESL Pro League Season 4 championship title. With a $750,000 prize pool on the line and a roaring Brazilian crowd, there was much to play for in the final ESL Pro League season of 2016. But only mousesports, Cloud9, SK Gaming and Ninjas in Pyjamas made it to the final day of the tournament and at the end Cloud9 were able to lift their first ever ESL Pro League trophy.
SK Gaming vs. Ninjas in Pyjamas
- Map 1- Nuke: SK 10:16 NiP
- Map 2 - Overpass: SK 16:7 NiP
- Map -3 Cobblestone: SK 16:10 NiP
Mousesports vs. Cloud9
- Map 1- Cobblestone: mouz 9-16 C9
- Map 2 - Mirage: mouz 10-16 C9
Cloud9 vs SK Gaming
SK Gaming managed to achieve exactly what they set out to do - be in the grand finals in front of their loyal home fans. For Cloud9, it would an incredible achievement to dethrone the reigning ESL Pro League champs, especially while they held home court advantage. But that’s exactly what the Americans did after narrowly losing the first map and dominating on Mirage and Dust II.
- Map 1- Overpass: C9 17:19 SK
- Map 2- Mirage: C9 16:6 SK
- Map 3 - Dust II: C9 16:5 SK
What a way to end the ESL Pro League for 2016 and what an incredible atmosphere in Brazil Thanks to the teams, players, fans and everyone who watched online. Next up, we’ll be getting ready for IEM Oakland, so don’t forget to secure yourself a ticket while they are still available.