Esports Championship Series Season 6 - Europe

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[e][h]Esports Championship Series Season 6 - Europe
League Information
Series:
Esports Championship Series ECS
Organizer:
Type:
Online
Location:
Europe Europe
Teams:
10
Prize Pool:
$45,000 USD
Start Date:
2018-10-03
End Date:
2018-11-08
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Maps
Cache • Dust II • Inferno • Nuke • Mirage • Overpass • Train

About[edit]

Broadcast Talent[edit]

  • Analyst:
    • TBA
  • Observer:

Format[edit]

  • Online Round-Robin League Format
    • All teams play each other in 2 consecutive Bo1 matches
      • Each map win is worth 3pts
    • The top four placed teams advance to the Season 6 Finals
    • The top eight placed teams continue directly to Season 7
    • The bottom two placed teams are relegated to the Season 7 Challenger Cup

Prize Pool[edit]

$45,000 USD are spread among the teams as seen below:

Participants[edit]

Fnatic1, 6, 12, 14
1Belgium ScreaM
 TBD
 TBD
 TBD
 TBD
1Sweden KRIMZ
2Sweden JW
3Sweden Xizt
4Sweden twist
5Sweden Brollan
CSweden Jumpy
G2 Esports2, 3
1France shox 
2France bodyy 
3France kennyS 
4France SmithZz 
5Belgium Ex6TenZ 
CFrance NiaK 
mousesports6, 15
1Poland Snax
 TBD
 TBD
 TBD
 TBD
1Netherlands chrisJ
2Czech Republic oskar
3Estonia ropz
4Finland suNny
5Slovak Republic STYKO
CUkraine lmbt
Virtus.pro8, 9, 10, 11
North5, 7, 13

For "News and Roster Changes" Click here.

1 May 25th - Fnatic sign Sweden Xizt to replace Sweden Lekr0. [1]
2 May 28th - G2 Esports bench Spain mixwell in order to allow him to explore other options. [2]
3 June 4th - G2 Esports bring back France shox and France SmithZz, replacing France apEX and France NBK-. Belgium Ex6TenZ is brought in as a stand-in. [3]
4 June 5th - Ninjas in Pyjamas replace Sweden draken with Sweden Lekr0. [4]
5 June 14th - The GODSENT roster is bought by Red Reserve. [5]
6 June 17th - Fnatic replace Sweden Golden with Sweden draken. [6]
7 June 22nd - GODSENT ceases operations, despite this, the league license remains with the organization. [7]
8 June 27th - mousesports replace Slovakia STYKO with Poland Snax, who leaves Virtus.pro. [8]
9 August 2nd - Poland snatchie joins Virtus.pro. [9]
10 September 7th - Poland byali steps down from the active roster of Virtus.pro. [10]
11 September 13th - Poland morelz moves up to the active roster of Virtus.pro. [11]
12 September 21st - Fnatic bench Sweden flusha. [12]
13 October 2rd - GODSENT fail to submit a roster before the deadline, their slot is forfeited and given to the Challenger Cup. [13]
14 October 2nd - Fnatic bench Sweden draken and acquire Sweden twist from Red Reserve. Belgium ScreaM also announces that he will playing with Fnatic after having previously stood-in for them. [14] [15]
15 October 15th - Slovakia STYKO returns to the active lineup of mousesports, replacing Poland Snax who is benched. [16]
16 October 17th - Fnatic sign Sweden Brollan and Belgium ScreaM is moved to a reserve position. [17]

Results[edit]

Overview[edit]

League Standings
1. Astralis 6-0 96-41 +55 18p
2. North 6-2 103-78 +25 18p
3. mousesports 6-2 116-96 +20 18p
4. OpTic Gaming 5-5 145-136 +9 15p
5. FaZe Clan 4-2 90-80 +10 12p
6. Team LDLC.com 2-4 78-86 -8 6p
7. Virtus.pro 2-4 68-80 -12 6p
8. Ninjas in Pyjamas 2-4 71-92 -21 6p
9. G2 Esports 2-10 118-183 -65 6p
10. Fnatic 1-3 46-61 -15 3p
Note: The above RD includes OTs, where as the RD used for tie-breaking does not.

Detailed Results[edit]

For results of weeks 1–4, click here.

For results of weeks 5–6, click here.

Additional Content[edit]

Streams[edit]

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References[edit]