ESL ESEA Pro League Season One Finals: Preview
The event will be played from July 2 to July 5, 2015 and will be held at the official ESL Studio in Cologne, Germany.
- 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.
The Prize Pool
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
Both groups feature top teams from across Europe and North America, including the Gfinity Summer Masters I winners, Team EnVyUs.
- 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
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