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Esports Championship Series Season 6 - Europe

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[e][h]Esports Championship Series Season 6 - Europe
League Information
Series:
ECS
Organizer:
Type:
Online
Location:
Europe Europe
Teams:
10
Prize Pool:
$45,000 USD
Start Date:
2018-10-03
End Date:
2018-11-14
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Maps
Cache • Dust II • Inferno • Nuke • Mirage • Overpass • Train

About[edit]

Broadcast Talent[edit]

  • 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 are invited to Season 7 as Starting Teams
    • The bottom two placed teams are invited to Season 7 as Challenger Teams

Prize Pool[edit]

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

Participants[edit]

Fnatic1, 6, 12, 14
1Belgium ScreaM
 
 
 
 
1Sweden KRIMZ
2Sweden JW
3Sweden Xizt
4Sweden twist
5Sweden Brollan
CSweden Jumpy

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 17-1 292-162 +130 51p
2. North 13-5 234-201 +33 39p
3. mousesports 11-7 231-210 +21 33p
4. Ninjas in Pyjamas 10-8 244-232 +12 30p
5. FaZe Clan 9-9 227-232 -5 27p
6. Team LDLC 8-10 243-246 -3 24p
7. Fnatic 6-12 213-256 -43 18p
8. OpTic Gaming 6-12 227-258 -31 18p
9. Virtus.pro 5-13 191-235 -44 15p
10. G2 Esports 5-13 196-266 -70 15p
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 5–7, click here.

Additional Content[edit]

Streams[edit]

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Highlights[edit]

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