The second week of the ESL Premiership has concluded. With teams looking to get their first victory while others were hunting for win number two, competition was rife as some of the UKs top talents did battle once again.
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 [...]
After the final matchday last Wednesday, the remaining teams finished their eighth matches, concluding the group stage of the Spring ESL Premiership. Six of the ten teams advance to playoffs, where they will contend to join the two top place finishers in the LAN finals, with (a now increased) £13000 prize purse, and a slot in the Mountain Dew league up for grabs.
The current champions of each regional ESL Premiership will head to the Madrid Gaming Experience from the 27th to 28th of October, for the ESL Clash of Nations. They will meet the 1st and 2nd ranked team in the current season of ESL Master España, for their chance to shine on the Madrid main stage during the Swiss style tournament.