2019 was a big year for ESL, with multiple tournaments racking up record-breaking numbers!
Intel Extreme Masters returns to the Land Down Under this August for its fourth anniversary, but this time it’s heading to Melbourne!
ESL are delighted to announce the extension of the partnership with Odense Sport & Event, therefore bringing another quality tournament to ODINCON in 2020.
With the release of Warcraft III: Reforged, the exciting new remake of the classic RTS game, ESL are delighted to announce a new weekly WC3 cup similar to the recently created ESL Open Cups for Starcraft II.
The time has come to announce the transformation of the ESL Pro League for Season 11.
The agreement represents a group effort to ensure continued growth and professionalization for competitive CS:GO.
We are proud to announce a three-year-long strategic partnership with Activision Blizzard Esports that will see ESL and DreamHack join forces to bring two new ESL Pro Tour formats to life.
We love Music. And we love Games! That's why we want to find and support artists that can give you the perfect for your gaming experience. Artists that give you all the chills, all the feels and all the HYPE! This time we introduce TheFatRat.
ESL’s European National Championship winners will face a clear path from Challengers up to the Masters via LAN Qualifier and direct slots to DreamHack Open thanks to improved model.
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.
European side mousesports flabbergasted thousands around the world as star player Finn “karrigan” Andersen led his squad to a gruelling victory at Odense’s Jyske Bank Arena in his native Denmark. The victory saw mousesports claim a variation of spoils, namely the main share of $600,000, the newly designed trophy and a direct invite to the IEM Katowice 2020 Masters Championship.
The Rainbow Six US Nationals is now in its second year and with the qualifiers completed and teams locked in, it’s time to head back to the Penn & Teller Theater in Las Vegas for the finals on December 13th-15th!