Starting tomorrow, the sixth season of ESL Pro League is set to bring you tons of awesome CS:GO action for seven weeks over the next couple of months. While a total of 28 teams is fighting for the top in the North American and European divisions, you can join the competition and prove your knowledge about the CS:GO scene by building the perfect team for our ESL Fantasy league!
As the players in ESL Pro League compete for the top spots in order to make it to the finals at the Sparekassen Fyn Arena in Odense, Denmark, to fight for the lion’s share of the US$1,000,000 prize pool, you compete with managers from all over the world over who’s predicting the outcome of the matches better and picking the right players every week.
You got what it takes to claim a spot among the best? Start assembling your team for the first week and prove it to win weekend tickets to an ESL event of your choice. Besides competing in the official league, you can set up your own private leagues to challenge your friends.
You need some help picking your players? Here are the players to watch out for, given by the ESL Pro League casters:
One of the most versatile and flashy AWPers of last season, Oskar is the full package. His impact can be seen opening up rounds in style and closing them out against all odds in clutch situations.
Always putting up carry level performances online and offline for BIG. As the stand alone star for the German side expect him to post big numbers.
k0nfigs aggressive style of play allows him to farm frags like no one else. Look to him to jump to the top of the scoreboard early in Norths matches.
They say a change is as good as a holiday. Expect the fresh faced FaZe to bring back some vintage olofmeister. The man who was the game changer for FNATIC has now joined a team of stars to light up the scoreboard.
Without a doubt the best German CSGO player of the modern era. When BIG are winning matches you can bet that tabseN will be leading the charge for his team.
EPL Season 6 is valdes chance to cement himself as a true star of CSGO. He has all of the attributes of a great player and within the North system he has an opportunity to be the missing second star of the squad.
Season six of the ESL Pro League also counts towards the Intel® Grand Slam: a new system that awards a US$1,000,000 prize the team that has won four out of the last ten tournaments. So far, SK Gaming are in the lead with their win at the recent ESL One Cologne 2017.
We cannot wait to kick off another season of weekly world-class play and see which teams will come out on top this time! Thanks to our great partners, Intel, the City of Odense, Nvidia, Lenovo, Logitech, paysafecard, xfinity, MDL and, of course, YouTube, we will be able to once again deliver you a season of high-quality broadcast for several coming weeks.