UK organisation Veloce Esports have expanded into Counter Strike.
The Summer season of the ESL Premiership has come to an end. After a day of hotly contested Counter Strike action, Endpoint managed to walk away with the title.
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The fifth week of the ESL Premiership has concluded. With the race for playoffs heating up, there was action aplenty. Let’s take a look at what went down.
Team Endpoint have undergone change ahead of week five of the ESL Premiership.
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Team Endpoint are of eight teams competing in ESL UK Premiership: Summer 2019 season. Despite their Spring 2019 relegation, they surfaced some other issues.
ESL UK ruled a statement out regarding the situation on Team Endpoint: “Endpoint who have a returning team slot in the ESL CS:GO Premiership Summer Season submitted their roster on the deadline and abided to the rule, ‘220.127.116.11 Start of the Season’ with good intentions to field a roster of MightyMax, avN, Puls3, Impulse, IainNy”
“On the 13th of May, Endpoint reached out and informed ESL UK that due to VISA problems, two of their players ‘aVN’ and ‘Impulse’ (who were two of the three players that were returning under the tournament ruling) would have to part ways with Endpoint.”
aVN and Impulse’s departure from Endpoint is due to VISA issues – meaning the affected players would be unable to attend bootcamps, have recourse to UK facilities and even the ESL Premiership finals, should they achieve during the season.
In case you may not know what rule 18.104.22.168 states: “Teams which have been invited to the ESL Premiership due to their final placement in the qualifier event or the previous season have to consist of at least five (5) main players, up to four (4) substitute players and up to one (1) coach. At least three (3) of the main players have to be members of the team that is invited to the ESL Premiership and need to have played in at least fifty percent (50%) of the matches of the qualifier or previous season. If two (2) teams qualify for the same spot, the team with the highest sum of matches across their players will be invited. In case of a tie between two teams, the spot will be granted to one with more main players at the end of a season. If a player leaves a team, all the matches played by that player before leaving will not be considered into this calculation.”
Be assured, Team Endpoint will continue to compete in the ESL UK Premiership.
“ESL UK’s top priority is to ensure that we have all eight teams compete each week of the tournament and not just provide default; to ensure we foster and encourage growth and stability of esports here in the UK and Ireland. Therefore, considering the extenuating circumstances, a solution with Endpoint has been agreed that would allow for all Premiership matches to be played this season rather than providing 7 default losses. This solution is as follows:-
- Endpoint submit a new roster with 5 players who are eligible to play in all 8 weeks of the upcoming summer season.
- Due to being unable to meet rule 22.214.171.124, Endpoint will be issued 20 penalty points from the start of the season.
- The 20 penalty points mean they will be unable to make any transfers for the remainder of this season.” ESL UK statement continued.
Team Endpoint’s new roster consists of the following: MightyMax, Luzuh, Lainye, znx and Ardiis whilst Puls3 has moved to substitute.
It's week 2 of the @ESLUK Premiership and tonight, in a couple of hours, we look to take another win, furthering our position in the league.
— Endpoint (@TeamEndpoint) May 20, 2019