Starting on Saturday, 10th of September, the fourth season of ESL Southeast Europe Championship will bring esports competitions to a full 15 countries. Offering Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and League of Legends teams from Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Greece and Cyprus, Romania and Moldova, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, FYROM, Malta and Albania have the chance to compete for a total of €7,000 divided between the two games.
Commenting on the fourth season’s start, Martin Kadinov, Product Owner at ESL, said the following:
“ESL SEC proved to be a demanding battleground for uprising competitive teams from Southeast Europe. We believe that SEC plays vital role in the growing esports scene in the region and we’ll be happy to know that ESL SEC served as a stepping stone for teams towards their international career. Greece has been dominant in League of Legends, while CS:GO has seen Bulgarian, Hungarian and a Romanian champion. We’re eagerly waiting to see where the next trophy will go.”
Teams who are interested in testing their skills or striving for the lion’s share of the prize pool, can sign up right now for the soon-to-start qualifiers, beginning on Saturday 10th of September. Like ESL Southeast Europe Championship on Facebook for constant updates on the tournament and more!