This major event which takes place in the entire world is an opportunity to take bets.
Here are a few points, how to bet on the Electronic Sport League:
1- Login to your eSport bookmaker
2- As soon as the ESL tournament starts, choose your game and bet
3- Wins money from those who predicted badly
Over the many years, a powerful eSport community has developed around CS:GO. ESL has progressed in the game, and Major League ESL now stands as one of the leading events in the eSports industry alongside LoL Worlds and DotA's "The International". But what is the CS:GO ESL League really all about?
Answering this question is not the easiest thing to do, as the structure of the ESL CS:GO is particularly complicated and can seem confusing. It is not easy to find information, as the information is extremely scattered across the net. To date there is no complete overview of the ESL. However, I plunged into the vastness of the web, and gathered the elements piece by piece!
Let's start with the official ESL chart. Curiously the official chart is not quite complete. Since 2015, ESL has been working with ESEA, another tournament organizer. Both organizations have their own leagues for the amateur zone, so they had to create a common transition league between the Major League and the Pro League. This led to the creation of the "ESEA ESL Premier League".
Last but not least is the ESL Pro League. SK Gaming, Na'vi, Luminosity, Fanatic, to name a few, compete in this league. The 12 best teams in the region (EU and NA) compete for a prize of $125,000 each.
The top 6 teams from the two regions will meet for the final event of the ESL CS:GO season at the "ESL Pro League Finals". With such a top-notch eSport event, it only makes sense that the financial reward and spectator numbers will skyrocket!
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