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.
Vexed have today announced the long awaited changes to their CS:GO lineup, which were expected after British player Charlie “pickles” Pickles and Norwegian Erik “truth” Hansen Dyrnes left the team at the start of August, meaning they were down to three players and as such were not in attendance at the recent Insomnia 63 event.
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.
The wait is over! ESL have released information surrounding the ESL UK Premiership Autumn season. Much to the delight of last season’s high placers, the top 4 teams will be invited back to take part in the Autumn Season. The invite will be offered to teams that still have 3 or more of the same players even if the organisation they play for has changed. This leaves 4 spots open which will be filled by the top 2 teams in 2 qualifiers which will take place at the end of this month, and the start of next. Should any team not accept their invite back into the ESL Premiership, then there will be playoffs between 3rd place of the two qualifiers.
Below is the full press release [...]