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ESL Pro League Season 9 Completed

ESL Pro League Season 9

Jun 18, 2019Jun 23, 2019

As one of the highlights of the year, ESL Pro League Season 9 will soon find place in Montepellier, France. 16 of the world’s best CS:GO teams will battle it out, to see who can become the champions, and win their share of the enormous $600,000 USD prize pool.

Some of the participating teams are Astralis, FaZe, fnatic, G2, Cloud9, mousesports, Liquid and many more.

As you can see, ESL Pro League Season 9 will be extremely stacked, and the teams will soon compete for pride and glory.

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The Exhibition Centre, Montpellier


ESL Pro League Season 9 is being held in France France

Prize pool


Highlighted players

We have selected five players that you should look out for in ESL Pro League Season 9 - 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.

Liquid has now gained the title as the best team in the world. And 2 of the contributors to this is Stewie2K and nitr0. They seem to have found their comfort, and they can both deliver on the big stage without feeling the pressure anymore. So we expect to see great things at the ESL Pro League Season 9.

Xyp9x and gla1ve won’t let them do this easily though, as we will hopefully see these players fight back and try to reclaim their title as the best team in the world. They both have the potential to go toe to toe with the best players in the world.

Last on our list of players to watch out for we have felps. A player who has recently shown that he belongs on MIBR, by delivering great performances over and over again. So watch out for him at this tournament!

Tournament format

Group Stage

  • 2 groups with 8 teams in each battle according to the format Double-Elimination
  • Top 3 teams from each group will continue to playoffs
  • The first round of matches are BO1
  • All other matches are BO3


  • The remaining teams play according to the format Single-Elimination
  • All matches are BO3

The final is a BO5 match