ESL Pro League Season 11 Completed

ESL Pro League Season 11

Mar 16, 2020Apr 13, 2020

ESL Pro League Season 11 will introduce the world of CS:GO to a brand new tournament, ensuring the best teams in the world will be competing at every event ESL hosts. This new league features more than 20 teams, all competing towards winning their share of an astounding $750,000 prize pool and the ESL Pro League trophy.

Some of the teams participating at the ESL Pro League Season 11 are Astralis, Liquid, NiP, OG, mousesports, NAVI, FaZe, and many more…

So get ready as we will soon watch many of the world’s best teams compete against each other for several weeks!

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Location

Online, Denver

Country

ESL Pro League Season 11 is being held in United States United States

Prize pool

$750,000

Highlighted players

We have selected five players that you should look out for in ESL Pro League Season 11 - because they are on the rise or is the best players right now. Use the information with common sense and don't use our subjective assessment in games or betting if you do not agree.

Ever since winning the last tournaments of 2019, woxic and ropz from mousesports have shown that they are not here to take part, they are here to take over. Both players have the potential to be some of the best players in the world, and might already be if you ask us here at eManager.

oBo from compLexity might be the youngest player at the tournament but has already shown signs of a superstar in the making. His skills and mind for the game are way above the average pro player, and together with his squad of talented players, we might see oBo take his team all the way to the finals of ESL Pro League Season 11.

Perfecto and flamie from NAVI showed everyone at IEM Katowice that it’s not only s1mple and electronic that can carry the team when needed. Ever since Perfecto joined the team, it seems as if the players have much more motivation than before. So watch out for these guys!

Tournament format

Due to the Covid-19, the tournament has been separated into 2 tournaments, one for European teams, and one for North American teams

The tournament for Europe features 3 groups with 6 teams in each, and the tournament for North America features 1 group with 5 teams in it.

Group Stage

  • The tournament for Europe features 3 groups with 6 teams in each
  • The tournament for North America features 1 group with 5 teams in it.
  • All matches are BO3

Playoffs

  • All matches are BO3

The final of each tournament is BO5 matches