ESL ESEA Pro League Season One Finals: Preview
Everything you need to know heading into the ESL ESEA Pro League Season One Finals.
As the ESL ESEA Pro League reaches the end of its very first season, the top four teams from each region, Europe and North America, are set to face off for a chunk of the $250,000 prize pool. The EventThe event will be played from July 2 to July 5, 2015 and will be held at the official ESL Studio in Cologne, Germany.The Layout
- Thursday - The event will kick off with a best-of-one group stage with the top three from each group advancing into the next stage of the tournament.
- Friday - During Day Two we will see best-of-three quarter-finals where second and third place finishers from either group will face off.
- Saturday - Saturday is plain and simple as we see two best-of-three semi-finals that will determine the grand final match.
- Sunday - During Championship Sunday, we will see a best-of-five grand final which will decide the winner of the ESL ESEA Pro League Season 1 Finals.
Here is a full breakdown of the prize pool for the upcoming event:
- 1st - $100,000
- 2nd - $60,000
- 3rd/4th - $25,000
- 5th/6th - $12,500
- 7th/8th - $7,500
- Team EnVyUs
- Keyd Stars
- Team SoloMid
- Counter Logic Gaming
The Broadcast Team The broadcast team includes a vast array of talented and well-known commentators, analysts and observers in the Counter-Strike:Global Offensive community. Here is a full list of members and their roles in the broadcast team:
- Host - Alex “Machine” Richardson
- Commentator - Auguste “Semmler” Massonat
- Commentator - Anders Blume
- Commentator - Jason Kaplan
- Commentator - Leigh “Deman” Smith
- Commentator - Lauren “Pansy” Scott
- Analyst - Jonatan “Devilwalk” Lundberg
- Analyst - Joona “natu” Leppänen
- Analyst - Jason “moses” O’Toole
- Observer - Janko “YNk” Paunovi?
- Observer - Simon “pAn” Schumacher