ESL Pro League Tickets
Competitive Gaming: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO)
Inaugural First Season: 2015
Number of Teams in 2019 Finals: 16
Yearly Prize Pool for 2019: $2,000,000
Regions: Europe, the Americas, Asia-Pacific
Competitive Format: Combination of Regular Season Groups, Final Championship Bracket and Best of Five Grand Finals
ESL Pro League TicketsConsidered to be one of the most prestigious professional CounterStrike: Global Offensive leagues in the esports world, the ESL Pro League launched its inaugural season in 2015 as an international competition between esports teams in the Americas, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region. Since its first season, the scope and talents within the league have grown immensely. If you enjoy watching or playing multiplayer first-person shooters, attending a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive league game in person may be an exciting live experience. A Counter-Strike: Global Offensive game consists of two opposing teams: Terrorists and Counter-Terrorists with objectives that directly counter each other. Players in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive operate in team scenarios to achieve game objectives such as securing locations, saving hostages and defusing or planting bombs. In 2017, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive was nominated as one of the top esports games of the year by GameSpot's The Video Game Awards and the Golden Joystick Awards. Get your ESL Pro League tickets at StubHub today!
Where can I get tickets to ESL Pro League games?While the regular season ESL Pro League games are conducted online in Asia-Pacific countries, you'll be able to attend the regular games live in the Americas and in Europe. Make sure you find ESL Pro League tickets at StubHub so you can watch the final championships and the grand finale best of five games. In addition to the ESL Pro League, you'll be able to find tickets to other live esports competitions in your area.
Which esports teams were represented at previous ESL Pro League?In 2019, dominant teams in the esports scene such as TeamLiquid, G2 Esports, Fnatic and Cloud9 were represented by their Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster. Among these teams, TeamLiquid and Fnatic are some of the oldest teams started in the early 2000s during the early days of professional esports organizations. Their rosters include teams ranging from League of Legends to Dota 2.
Who was the ESL Pro League champion from the previous year?During the Season 10 2019 ESL Pro League Championship Finale, the underdog esport team Mousesports defeated Team Fnatic to become the 2019 ESL Pro League champion. Mousesports' Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team roster included five members — Chris "chrisJ" Jong, Robin "ropz" Kool, Eker "woxic" Ozgur, David "Frozen" Cernansky and Finn "karrigan" Andersen. Mousesports' Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team is coached by Allan "Reign" Petersen.
What can I expect when watching an ESL Pro League competition live?In order for the 16 teams to gather on the world stage for the Season Championship Finals, the teams had to compete through the regular season in their respective regions — Europe, the Americas and Asia-Pacific. The Season Championship Finals are full arena events that consists of the semi-finals and the finals. The finals are conducted as a best of five series between the top two teams.
Why do I see esports team members at live esports games bringing in their own keyboards?As with most esports league games, ESL Pro League only provides monitors and computers. Players are required to bring in their own keyboard, mouse and headphones.
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