Online prepaid payment market leader paysafecard extends esports engagement.
The stellar Danish squad will try to extend their dominance over the CS:GO scene to the Cathedral of Counter-Strike.
The first matches of the Intel® Extreme Masters Katowice CS:GO Major 2019 are set! Find out how the teams ranked each other and who they’ll face in the First Round.
IEM Sydney will see the return of the all-Brazilian roster that won Australia’s first-ever Counter-Strike mega-event and defined an era in esports.
This is how teams from the Asia-Pacific and Latin America regions can play their way into Round 1 of the revamped EPL.
Last year’s finalists and crowd favorites BIG will return to ESL One Cologne in 2019.
We have teamed up with Epic Games to bring the game that took the world by storm to ESL’s flagship event. ESL Katowice Royale - Featuring Fortnite will take the IEM Katowice Expo 2019 to unimagined new heights.
ESL One Cologne champions Natus Vincere will return to the cathedral of Counter-Strike in 2019 and become the first confirmed invite for the esports highlight of the summer.
Mission accomplished! The $400,000 prize pool for IEM Katowice 2019 is now fully funded thanks to the SC2 community and the success of the War Chest: Katowice 2019 Complete Bundle.
The 14th CS:GO Major Championship in history will feature a series of innovations aimed at improving the competition’s format.
The Closed Beta of A.V.A will run from 18 January until 31 January, with our first ESL cup starting on 20 January.
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What's the difference between the Challengers, Legends and Champions stages in a CS:GO Major? Read on to find out!
Relive the excitement of the first two editions of IEM Sydney as we gear up for another Australian esports party!
We're pleased to announce the debut of ESL One powered by Intel in Mumbai, India on April 19 - 21, 2019. The NSCI Dome will host 12 of the world’s best Dota 2 teams competing for a prize pool of $300,000.
The Weavr Consortium, consisting of ESL, York University, dock10, Cybula, Focal Point VR & Rewind will operate a £5.8mil project over two years, £4mil of which is funded by UK Research and Innovation.