ESEA Season 30: Premier Division - Europe

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[e][h]ESEA Season 30: Premier Division - Europe
League Information
Series:
Organizer:
Sponsor:
Type:
Online
Location:
Europe Europe
Teams:
18
Prize Pool:
$35,000 USD
Start Date:
2019-01-15
End Date:
2019-03-23
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Maps
Cache • Dust II • Inferno • Mirage • Nuke • Overpass • Train

About[edit]

Broadcast Talent[edit]

  • Observer:
    • United Kingdom Misty (Jordan Johnson)

Format[edit]

  • Regular Season:
    • Round-Robin league format
    • All teams play each other once
    • All matches are Bo1
    • Top 8 teams proceed to the Playoffs
    • Click here to show the tie-breaker process
  1. Overall record
  2. Head-to-Head record
  3. Best round difference in regulation rounds
  4. Bo3 decider if all other tie breaker scenarios are indecisive
  • Playoffs:
    • Single-Elimination bracket
    • All matches are Bo3

Prize Pool[edit]

$35,000 USD are spread among the teams as seen below:

Participants[edit]

Epsilon Esports2, 17, 22, 23
Sprout8, 14
1Germany denis 
2Germany Spiidi 
3Germany faveN 
4Germany syrsoN 
5Germany mirbit 
CGermany tow b 
Uruguay6, 18, 19, 24
1Sweden draken 
2Sweden grux 
3Sweden hampus 
4Estonia HS 
5Sweden Sayf 
CSweden Chrille 
ex-Fragsters1, 4, 13, 26
1Denmark AnJ
 TBD
 TBD
 TBD
 TBD
1Denmark stavn
2Denmark dragoNfly
3Denmark torben
4Denmark LOMME
5Denmark Nodios
Chaos Esports Club25
 TBD
 TBD
 TBD
 TBD
 TBD
CSweden Devilwalk
1Sweden FREDDyFROG
2Sweden Relaxa
3Sweden PlesseN
4Sweden djL
5Sweden RuStY

For "News and Roster Changes" Click here.

1 Denmark Bubski steps down from Fragsters. [1]
2 Epsilon eSports release Sweden djL and United Kingdom fre1. [2]
3 ESL announce they will be expanding the EU EPL to 16 teams for Season 9. As a result, AGO Esports avoids direct demotion and will play in Relegation instead. Additionally, due to time restraints OpTic Gaming is invited to Relegation as they are the Season 29 Premier team with the best overall record. The freed up slots in Premier are given to the Premier Relegation tournament. [3]
4 Denmark refrezh leaves Fragsters. [4]
5 Virtus.Pro announce the ceasing of operations for their current CS:GO squad following "poor performance" that did not meet the expectations of the organization. The fate of their MDL spot is currently unknown. [5]
6 Sweden grux replaces Sweden disco doplan on Red Reserve. [6]
7 Virtus.pro announce their new lineup - promoting Poland byali back to the active roster, signing Poland Snax from mousesports, and signing Poland TOAO from AGO Esports. [7]
8 Sprout release Denmark NaToSaphiX and Denmark percy. [8]
9 United Kingdom ALEX leaves LDLC to join Team Vitality. [9]
10 Germany kressy and Germany LyGHT leave expert eSport. [10]
11 Germany syrsoN, Denmark HUNDEN, Germany k1to, and Denmark tenzki's contracts expire with ALTERNATE aTTaX and they leave the org. As the majority of the players have left the organization, the core that will hold the MDL spot is unknown. [11]
12 Germany JDC and Germany Andyy join expert eSport. [12]
13 Fragsters' remaining players' contracts expire and they become free agents. [13]
14 Germany syrsoN and Germany mirbit join Sprout. [14]
15 France AmaNEk leaves Team LDLC. [15]
16 ALTERNATE aTTaX announce their new roster. Due to roster rules, Denmark Console will stand-in to retain the slot.[16]
17 United Kingdom keita's contract expires with Epsilon eSports, and he leaves the team. [17]
18 Red Reserve release Sweden freddieb and bench Sweden hampus. [18]
19 Sweden draken confirms that Red Reserve have swapped out Sweden RuStY with Sweden disco doplan. [19]
20 January 17th - Unicorns of Love sign Germany kzy, Germany crisby, Germany maRky, Germany DeniMM, and Germany Kirby. [20]
21 January 17th - Spain bladE is signed by Movistar Riders as the team's coach. [21]
22 January 17th - Denmark blameF leaves Epsilon eSports after being signed by Heroic. [22]
23 February 5th - Germany k1to, Latvia broky, and Bulgaria SPELLAN officially join Epsilon Esports. [23]
24 February 8th - Sweden disco doplan leaves Red Reserve. [24]
25 February 12th - Sweden Devilwalk leaves Chaos Esports Club. [25]
26 February 13th - Denmark AnJ is removed from ex-Fragsters. [26]

Results[edit]

Regular Season[edit]

League Standings
1. Movistar Riders 7-2 146-120 +26 21p
2. forZe 6-1 112-81 +31 18p
3. Virtus.pro 6-1 98-89 +9 18p
4. Team Vitality 5-0 80-31 +49 15p
5. Sprout 5-1 93-68 +25 15p
6. AGO Esports 4-7 145-153 -8 12p
7. ENCE eSports 2-1 42-28 +14 6p
8. Epsilon Esports 2-1 40-31 +9 6p
9. Team Spirit 2-1 46-41 +5 6p
10. Red Reserve 2-2 63-61 +2 6p
11. ALTERNATE aTTaX 2-2 63-60 +3 6p
12. Valiance 2-3 71-75 -4 6p
13. expert eSport 2-4 73-87 -14 6p
14. ex-Fragsters 1-5 73-87 -14 3p
15. Chaos Esports Club 1-5 68-95 -27 3p
17. Unicorns of Love 1-5 54-93 -39 3p
16. Izako Boars 1-5 59-93 -34 3p
18. Team LDLC 1-6 73-106 -33 3p

For detailed results for Week 1–4, click here.
For detailed results for Week 5–8, click here.
16-14
Week 2
16-14
Week 5
16-14
Week 5
16-13
Week 5
2-16
Week 3
16-5
Week 5
16-13
Week 5
14-16
Week 2
11-16
Week 1
16-12
Week 5
10-16
Week 3
 
Week 6
16-10
Week 5
16-13
Week 3
11-16
Week 3
16-6
Week 2
14-16
Week 2
13-16
Week 3
8-16
Week 4
16-11
Week 1
8-16
Week 5
16-4
Week 5
14-16
Week 5
12-16
Week 5
8-16
Week 3
8-16
Week 4
16-10
Week 5
6-16
Week 2
9-16
Week 1
16-10
Week 3
16-2
Week 4
10-16
Week 3
16-8
Week 3
16-11
Week 4
16-6
Week 4
16-12
Week 2
10-16
Week 5
19-15
Week 5
 
Week 6
16-8
Week 5
19-15
Week 5
19-17
Week 6
8-16
Week 4
20-22
Week 3
14-16
Week 5
10-16
Week 5
16-7
Week 3
9-16
Week 5
10-16
Week 1
14-16
Week 5
13-16
Week 5
16-8
Week 4
15-19
Week 5
19-17
Week 5
10-16
Week 5
17-19
Week 6
7-16
Week 3
17-19
Week 5
6-16
Week 4
16-12
Week 5
12-16
Week 5
13-16
Week 3
16-6
Week 2
2-16
Week 4
11-16
Week 4
19-17
Week 5
12-16
Week 2
16-2
Week 3
16-11
Week 3
16-8
Week 4
16-6
Week 4
16-4
Week 3
11-16
Week 4
16-9
Week 5
19-16
Week 3
5-16
Week 5
6-16
Week 2
6-16
Week 4
12-16
Week 5
16-13
Week 5
9-16
Week 5
16-14
Week 2
16-9
Week 1
16-10
Week 1
16-11
Week 4
16-19
Week 3
16-10
Week 5
16-8
Week 5
16-13
Week 3
4-16
Week 5
12-16
Week 2
4-16
Week 3
13-16
Week 5
10-16
Week 5
15-19
Week 6
16-10
Week 5
16-14
Week 5
17-19
Week 5
8-16
Week 5
14-16
Week 2
13-16
Week 5
16-8
Week 4
16-10
Week 3
15-19
Week 5
22-20
Week 3
16-12
Week 5
16-12
Week 2
16-9
Week 5
19-15
Week 6
16-14
Week 2

Playoffs[edit]

Quarterfinals
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Semifinals
 
 
 
 
Grand Final
 
 

References[edit]

  1. Bubski (2018-11-20). "After abit of thinking and reflecting i've come to the conclusion to leave the Fragsters team.".
  2. Epsilon eSports (2018-11-22). "We can tonight announce the departure of fre1 & djL from #EpsiCSGO.".
  3. "ESL Pro League Update". ESL. 2018-12-01.
  4. "From this day on I'm a free agent". Ismail "refrezh" Ali. 2018-12-03.
  5. "CS:GO lineup ceases competition". Virtus.pro. 2018-12-13.
  6. Sebastian Spooner (2018-12-19). "WELCOME GRUX TO RED RESERVE!". Red Reserve.
  7. "Snax, byali, and TOAO to be a part of the new CS:GO roster". Virtus.pro. 2018-12-24.
  8. "Thank you for the good times, we are proud of what we have achieved together". Sprout. 2018-12-28.
  9. "Following the announcement of our roster changes, we're glad to welcome @Vitality_ALEX as a new member of our CSGO squad, please give him a warm welcome". Team Vitality. 2018-12-28.
  10. "Bye bye kressy & LyGHT" (in Germany German). expert eSport. 2018-12-31.
  11. MIRAA (2018-12-29). "ALTERNATE aTTaX release quartet". HLTV.
  12. "New duo joins the team" (in Germany German). expert eSport. 2019-01-01.
  13. Fragsters (2018-12-31). "Fragsters nytårstale! Vi er nu ved at være ved vejs ende af 2018, og årets sidste dag med vores nuværende CS:GO hold. " [Fragsters's new year! We are now at the end of 2018, and the last day of the year with our current CS:GO team.] (in Denmark Danish).
  14. Sprout (2019-01-04). "Welcome @syrsoNCSGO and @mirbitcs to our Sprout family tree.".
  15. François "AmaNEk" Delauney (2019-01-04). "Today, Today marks the end of my contract with LDLC.".
  16. ALTERNATE aTTaX (2019-01-06). "We are happy to present you today our new #csgo lineup for the coming year.".
  17. keita (2019-01-09). "My contract with Epsilon has now expired after 9 months.".
  18. Sebastian "Sebsyo" Spooner (2019-01-09). "Thank you freddieb". Red Reserve.
  19. William "draken" Sundin (2019-01-10). "the classic - + appears again".
  20. Unicorns of Love (2019-01-17). "Welcome our new lineup...".
  21. "bladE, nuevo coach de CS:GO de Movistar Riders " [bladE, new CS: GO coach of Movistar Riders] (in Spain Spanish). Movistar Riders. 2019-01-17.
  22. Heroic (2019-01-17). "Welcome blameF!".
  23. {{cite web}url=https://twitter.com/ViedotGG/status/1092850831722835968%7Ctitle=We're proud to announce @Epsilon_eSports new #CSGO roster!|date=2019-02-05|author=Vie GG}}
  24. disco doplan (2019-02-08). "As of yesterday I officially terminated my contract with Red Reserve after a breach from their side.".
  25. Devilwalk (2019-02-12). "Well a bad start but im now the coach of @NoChanceGG!".
  26. AnJ (2019-02-13). "We started out wanting to test the lineup out, and last night the team told me they decided that my playstyle didnt match the one they used to run/wanted to run going forward, sadly.".