Polands biggest Gaming Expo - Poznań Game Arena - to host ESL Pro European Championship this weekend

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This weekend on October 13-14, the ESL Pro European Championship (EPEC) is set to take place at the Poznań Game Arena, the countries biggest Gaming Expo. Four CS:GO teams are still in the running for the lion’s share of the 70.000€ prize pool: AGO Esports, Team, Epsilon eSports (fish123) & ALTERNATE aTTaX.

Taking place in Hall 5 of the Poznań Game Arena at the PGA Esports Arena powered by ESL, the remaining playoff teams are set to battle it out in a double-elimination bracket. The English live broadcast on the official ESL CS:GO Twitch channel will be covered by none other than James "Kaelaris" Carrol, Lauren "Pansy" Scott, Jason Kaplan and John "Blu" Mullen.


Six matches have yet to be played before we find out who’ll be crowned champion. You can find the full schedule below.

October 13th (times in CET)

  • 9:30am: Team vs Epsilon eSports (Bo1)
  • ~11:00am: AGO Esports vs ALTERNATE aTTaX (Bo1)
  • ~12:30pm: Lower Bracket Elimination Game (Bo3)
  • ~16:20pm: Upper Bracket Final (Bo3)

October 14th (times in CET)

  • 9:30am: Lower Bracket Finale (Bo3)
  • ~13:30pm: Grand Final (Bo5)

Be sure to tune in on Saturday and Sunday on the English broadcast or on any of the other partner streams:

Don’t forget to follow ESL CS on both Twitter and Facebook for further tournament updates and visit the official EPEC website for more details..