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The South American qualifier only consists of one BO5 series, given it only has two teams. In North America, the three teams will play a round-robin format to keep the chances more equal.
The qualifiers consist of:. The partner teams get a number of slots in ESL Pro Tour events if they are ranked top 20 in the world.
A 16 team event for example has 6 slots for partner teams. Skip to content. The world's 24 best teams will fight for the Pro League Championship in another 4-week long season this fall!
Special Qualifier. As announced earlier this year, the teams that have been moved from ESL Pro League to Mountain Dew League as part of developing Pro League into a more exciting and competitive format will get their chance to re-qualify into Season 12 through a special qualifier.
They will be joined by all non-partner teams from Season 11 to give everyone a chance to earn their slot back.
Watch Now. North AMerica. South America. Season Qualification. Season Partner teams. Evil Geniuses. Faze Clan. G2 ESPorts. Natus Vincere.
Ninjas in pyjamas. Team Liquid. Team Vitality. These teams were part of Season 11 but were unable to participate due to travel restrictions and moving the league online.
They are now re-invited for Season Big EU. Team Spirit EU. It is based on four regions: Europe, the Americas, Asia, and Oceania, and currently comprises up to 24 teams.
Its inaugural season started on May 4, Since then, it has expanded to fourteen teams per region and raised its prize pool to 1,, USD and has two season per year.
In addition, the number of teams in the finals rose to sixteen, with more teams from regions other than North American and Europe participating in the Finals.
The first season featured twelve teams from each continent that were invited by ESL to participate in its inaugural season that started on May 4, with Team Dignitas defeating Titan.
Starting with Season 4 , ESL decided to expand the Pro League to 28 teams, so that there would be fourteen teams per league.
This also meant that six teams from each region would qualify for the offline finals. For each regular season, teams would play every team twice in its respective league, so that each team played twenty-two games for the first three seasons and twenty-four games from season four to season seven.
However, in Season 7, two teams — Counter Logic Gaming and Misfits — dropped their rosters and forfeited their Pro League licenses, reducing the number of North American teams to twelve.
In addition, the Europe and Americas region features offline group play. Season 9 featured eight teams from Europe, six teams from the Americas, one team from Asia, and one team from the Oceania region.
The first three offline finals had eight teams, in which teams were split up into two groups of four in a double-elimination, GSL group format and two teams from each group qualified for the playoffs.
The playoffs featured four teams, with the semifinals being a best of three and the finals being a best of five. Starting from season four to season six, teams were split up into two groups of six and each team would play every team in its group once for the group stage.
Three teams from each group qualified for the playoffs. The round of 6 and the semifinals are best of three series and the finals area best of five, with the exception of season four, in which the finals were a best of three.
In season seven, with the EPL expansion, the number of teams went up to sixteen. In addition, the next two worst performing teams by the end of the Pro League Season and the next two best teams in the Premier Division play out a double elimination bracket to fight for two spots in the following season's Pro League while the other two would play in the Premier Division.
In addition, if the majority of the roster transfers to another team, Valve would give take away the spot from the old team and give it to the team that the core of the roster headed to.
However, a team is allowed to sell or simply give its Pro League license to another organization, as in the case of Tempo Storm transferring its roster to the Immortals organization for Season 4.
Former teams that are noteworthy are listed below. The country beside the team name was the nationality of the last players fielded by the team before being out of Pro League.
The list of seasons and the top two teams in each season are in shown below. The number next to the teams shows what positions they placed during the regular season in their respective leagues.
ESL also has two other leagues outside of Counter-Strike. Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege is currently in its eleventh season.
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Facebook Twitch YouTube. However, due to the global COVID pandemic , ESL announced that both the regular season and the finals will be split into two regions: Europe and North America, and that the regular season and the finals will be played entirely online.
This was decided based on health and safety reasons and to minimize movement across regions. Retrieved February 16, ESL Gaming.
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