With a spot at IEM Katowice 2020, a Grand Slam qualifying win and $600,000 on the line, a lot is at stake in Odense, Denmark. The race for best team is hard to predict, and the grand final should be one of the best of the year.
Let's look at all of the teams, dates, schedules, and everything you might want to know about ESL Pro League Season 10!
As more info is released about ESL Pro League finals (full team list and talent) we will update this article accordingly!
The ESL Pro League Season 10 Finals will take place from the 3rd-8th October. The event will have a group stage and playoff stage, split between two different arenas. The group stage will take place at the Odense Congress Center and the playoffs will take place at the Jyske Bank Arena.
The group stage will feature two double-elimination GSL groups with eight teams apiece seeded based on their regular-season performance.
The very first matches will be best of 1s (b01) but the remainder will be best of 3 (b03). The group stage winners advance directly to the playoff semifinals while the runners up will be quarterfinal high seeds and the third-place teams will be the quarterfinal low seeds.
The group stage matches will run from December 3rd-5th while the playoffs will run from the 6th-8th. The playoffs will be a single-elimination bracket with the quarters and semifinals be b03 while the grand final will be a best of 5 (b05).
All action will be streamed on the official ESL Twitch stream.
- Natus Vincere
- G2 Esports
- Evil Geniuses
- Team Liquid
- Sharks Esports
- Grayhound Gaming
You can read out team profiles for the event by clicking the link above.
- 1st - $250,000 (IEM Katowice 2020)
- 2nd - $80,000
- 3rd-4th - $40,000
- 5th-6th - $20,000
- 7th-8th - $17,000
- 9th-12th - $15,000
- 13th-16th - $14,000
With the finals a few weeks away tickets are starting to disappear! The only tickets available are for Friday of the playoffs and those are available here.
The event will also feature a showmatch including players, talent and guests in a Best of 1 match.
Written ByEzekiel Carsella@jamaican116
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