epic26 is over, and we have our final standings. THE LDN SLAYERS have become the champions and head home with the £2700 top prize.
We’re finally here, the epic26 Grand Final. On one side of the bracket are The LDN Slayers, who are yet to lose a series this tournament. The other side are London Esports, whose only loss so far came against their opponents in the Upper Bracket Final.
The eSports Championship Series, a joint venture between streaming giant Twitch and tournament platform FACEiT that offers competing teams co-ownership of the league, and a share of the league’s revenue, has today announced that their finals will be hosted at the SSE Arena in Wembley. The $3.5 million league has been played out online over the past few weeks and Eight teams, comprised of the four European teams and four North American teams who top the standings in the regular ECS season, will travel to Wembley on June 25th to crown an ECS champion.
One team has already secured their spot in the North American region, Luminosity, by winning all nine of their Best of 3 [...]
In what seems to be the current trend in the CS:GO community, ESL Europe have today announced via the CS:GO Subreddit further information regarding the ESL Pro-League Finals which head to London this May.
Ever since it was officially announced by the ESL Twitter last month, we and the rest of the CS:GO Community have been incredibly intrigued on where in London it would be held and whether the venue would be big, small or something unique. However in a turn of events, ESL have announced through the CS:GO Subreddit that the Pro-League Finals will head to Leicester for two days in May before heading to London.
The ESL Pro-League Finals will be hosting eight teams, four of [...]