We’ve been brewing in anticipation and excitement to announce that ESL One Rio 2020 will be coming to full fruition next year during May. In a world’s first, we’d also like to declare that ESL One Rio 2020 will stand as Brazil’s first Valve sponsored Major Championship of all time. Harbouring one of the most passionate fan bases of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Brazil’s calls for a Major tournament have deservingly been answered.
ESL One Hamburg 2019 has been wrapped up, and a new team has been crowned Champions. As one of the first major tournaments post-International, both fans and players alike were keen to see the results of countless roster reshuffles and transfers. Time for the recap!
The typhoon of ESL One New York 2019 has settled with the debut of Evil Geniuses’ shiny new roster conquering recent Major champions Astralis in 3:1 fashion. The mostly American squad lead by coach “ImAPet” & IGL “stanislaw” prevailed, claiming the lion’s share of $200,000 and their first Intel Grand Slam contribution victory in the Barclays Center!
ESL One Cologne will feature an all-new look and feel. Together with you, the fans, we were the first ones to bring esports to big sport stadiums in 2014. Today, esports is a global phenomenon featuring stadium events all around the globe. It connects fans and players from all over the world through their shared passion. It was you - the players, the fans and creators, the community - that built those events and shaped the esports community to what it is today.
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Barclays Center will host ESL One New York’s $200,000 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Tournament, ESL Mobile Open Finals, and MSI Gaming Arena on September 28-29, 2019.
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