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ESL Pro League Season 10 - Europe: Relegation


[e][h]ESL Pro League Season 10 - Europe: Relegation
League Information
Series:
Organizer:
Sponsor:
Type:
Online
Location:
Europe Europe
Teams:
6
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Links
Maps
Dust II • Inferno • Mirage • Nuke • Overpass • Train • Vertigo

About[edit]

Broadcast Talent[edit]

Format[edit]

  • Pre-Relegation:
    • 4 bottom placed teams from the Regular Season
    • Double-Elimination bracket
      • All matches (excl. Grand Final) are Bo3
      • Grand Final is Bo5 (1 map advantage to the UB team)
    • The winner stays in Pro League
    • The 2nd & 3rd place teams proceed to Relegation
    • The loser is relegated to ESEA Premier

  • Relegation:
    • 2nd & 3rd place teams from Pre-Relegation
    • 2nd & 3rd place teams from ESEA Premier
    • Double-Elimination bracket
      • All matches are Bo3
      • The Grand Final is not played
    • The top 2 teams stay in Pro League
    • The bottom 2 teams are relegated to ESEA Premier

Prize Pool[edit]

Participants[edit]

OpTic Gaming1
1 TBD 
2 TBD 
3 TBD 
4 TBD 
5 TBD 
ARCY4, 5
1Poland rallen 
2Poland mouz 
3Poland TaZ 
4Poland MINISE 
5 TBD 
CPoland Loord 
ex-Windigo Gaming2, 3
1 TBD 
2 TBD 
3 TBD 
4 TBD 
5 TBD 
TBD
1 TBD 
2 TBD 
3 TBD 
4 TBD 
5 TBD 
1 October 11th - OpTic Gaming disband following the acquisition of Denmark cajunb by North and their inability to find a new fifth due to the organization not investing further resources into the team. [1] [2]
2 October 22nd - Turkey Calyx leaves Windigo Gaming. Bulgaria blocker returns to the starting lineup on trial. [3]
3 November 1st - Windigo Gaming cease operations and release their players. It is currently unknown if they will play Relegation. [4]
4 November 30th - Codewise Gaming end their cooperation with Aristocracy, releasing them from their contracts. After being released, the team re-brand to ARCY. [5]
5 December 6th - Poland dycha leaves ARCY. [6]

Results[edit]

Pre-Relegation[edit]

Semifinals
Upper Bracket Final
Lower Bracket Round 1
Lower Bracket Final
Grand Final

Relegation[edit]

Semifinals
 Pre-Relegation 2nd Place
Team Spirit
 Pre-Relegation 3rd Place
 ESEA Premier 2nd Place
Winners' Final
Losers' Round 1
Losers' Final
Qualified

Additional Content[edit]

Streams[edit]

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Streams

References[edit]