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ESL Brasil Premier League Season 10


[e][h]ESL Brasil Premier League Season 10
League Information
Series:
Organizer:
Sponsor:
Type:
Online
Location:
Brazil Brazil
Teams:
6
Prize Pool:
R$10,000 BRL
(≃ $2,460.83 USD)
Start Date:
2019-08-19
End Date:
2019-09-08
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Maps
Dust II • Inferno • Mirage • Nuke • Overpass • Train • Vertigo

About[edit]

Broadcast Talent[edit]

  • Commentators:

Format[edit]

  • Regular Season:
    • Single Round-Robin format group
    • All matches are Bo1
    • Top two teams advance to the Grand Final
  • Grand Final:
    • Single-Elimination match
    • Match is a Bo3 series

Prize Pool[edit]

R$10,000 BRL (~$2,460.83 USD) are spread among the teams as seen below:

GC Liga Points
Place Points
A11st 60 pts
A22nd 40 pts
A33rd - 4th 20 pts
A55 - 6th 10 pts

Converted USD prizes are based on the currency exchange rate (taken from xe.com) on September 8, 2019: 1 BRL = 0.246083 USD.

Participants[edit]

1 August 23rd - Falkol e-Sports announces the signing of the EOX Gaming roster along with YJ. [1]

Results[edit]

Regular Season[edit]

Standings
1. Falkol e-Sports4-175-47+2812p
2. Team RUFUS3-273-64+99p
3. Bulldozer e-Sports3-266-57+99p
4. Santos e-Sports3-262-65-39p
5. Amigos do Tadeu2-364-69-56p
6. UTFPR Pato Branco0-542-80-380p

11-16
Dust II
16-6
Dust II
16-14
Inferno
7-16
Train
16-5
Dust II
16-11
Dust II
16-12
Dust II
16-9
Dust II
12-16
Overpass
13-16
Mirage
6-16
Dust II
12-16
Dust II
12-16
Inferno
3-16
Inferno
9-16
Nuke
14-16
Inferno
9-16
Dust II
16-12
Inferno
9-16
Overpass
16-9
Overpass
16-7
Train
16-12
Overpass
16-3
Inferno
16-9
Overpass
11-16
Inferno
5-16
Dust II
16-13
Mirage
16-9
Nuke
9-16
Overpass
16-11
Inferno

Detailed Results[edit]

Round 1[edit]
Round 2[edit]
Round 3[edit]
Round 4[edit]
Round 5[edit]


Grand Final[edit]

Falkol e-Sports Falkol 12 Team RUFUS RUFUS
September 8, 2019 - 22:00 BRT
118
3
716
9
167
9
812
4
86
2
916
7

Streams[edit]

LanguageBrazilBrazil
Streams

References[edit]

  1. Lucas Spricigo (2019-08-23). "EOX agora é Falkol " [EOX is now Falkol] (in Brazil Portuguese). Draft5.gg.