Esports Championship Series Season 6 - North America

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[e][h]Esports Championship Series Season 6 - North America
League Information
Series:
Esports Championship Series ECS
Organizer:
Type:
Online
Location:
North America North America
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]

  • 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]

Cloud93, 8, 10, 12
eUnited24
1USA -Ace
 TBD
 TBD
 TBD
 TBD
1Canada moose
2USA dazzLe
3USA dapr
4USA Relyks
5Canada FNS
CUSA osorandom
Renegades1, 7, 11, 14, 15, 16, 19
1Australia AZR 
2Australia jks 
3Norway jkaem 
4Australia liazz 
5New Zealand Gratisfaction 
CSerbia kassad 
Rogue4, 9, 13, 18, 23, 25
1Germany kRYSTAL
 TBD
 TBD
 TBD
 TBD
CUSA mCe
1USA vice
2USA Hiko
3USA SicK
4Australia Rickeh
5Denmark MSL

For "News and Roster Changes" Click here.

1 Serbia kassad leaves Renegades. [1]
2 United Kingdom Immi and NRG Esports part ways, USA ImAPet joins as the team's new coach. [2][3]
3 Cloud9 bench Canada FNS. [4]
4 Rogue sign Australia Rickeh, Canada gMd is benched. [5]
5 Brazil HEN1 and Brazil LUCAS1 join Luminosity Gaming, replacing Brazil PKL and Brazil SHOOWTiME. [6]
6 The contracts of the SK Gaming players expire and they sign with MIBR. [7]
7 USA Ryu joins Renegades as their new trial coach. [8]
8 USA tarik leaves Cloud9 to join MIBR. [9]
9 USA mCe completes his trial successfully and signs with Rogue. [10]
10 Sweden Golden joins Cloud9. [11]
11 USA Ryu leaves Renegades. [12]
12 Cloud9 sign Sweden flusha. [13]
13 Denmark cadiaN leaves Rogue to join North. [14]
14 Team Envy sign the ex-Splyce core along with USA Nifty from Renegades and USA jdm64. [15]
15 Renegades release Australia USTILO from the team. [16]
16 Renegades sign Australia liazz and New Zealand Gratisfaction. [17]
17 SK Gaming withdraw from the league due to them being unable to field a roster, their slot is transferred to the Challenger Cup. [18]
18 Germany kRYSTAL joins Rogue. [19]
19 October 8th - Serbia kassad returns to Renegades as coach. [20]
20 October 10th - Spacestation Gaming sign the roster of AZIO eSports, as the team did not have contracts with AZIO the slot was in the hands of the players until they signed with SSG, granting them the slot ownership. [21][22]
21 October 17th - USA Bibby is released from Spacestation Gaming. [23]
22 October 18th - Spacestation Gaming replace USA Voltage and USA FrostayK with Canada DAVEY and USA Oderus. [24][25]
23 October19th - USA mCe steps down as Rogue's coach amid the organization's search for a new coach. [26]
24 October 23rd - eUnited bench USA -Ace and add Canada FNS to the starting lineup. [27]
25 October 28th - Denmark MSL replaces Germany KRYSTAL on Rogue. [28]

Results[edit]

Overview[edit]

League Standings
1. NRG Esports 13-5 259-179 +80 39p
2. Renegades 13-5 256-224 +32 39p
3. MIBR 12-6 266-216 +50 36p
4. Team Liquid 11-7 244-220 +24 33p
5. Cloud9 10-8 251-216 +35 30p
6. compLexity Gaming 9-9 238-217 +21 27p
7. Rogue 9-9 234-249 -15 27p
8. eUnited 7-11 198-244 -46 21p
9. Luminosity Gaming 3-15 186-274 -88 9p
10. Spacestation Gaming 3-15 186-279 -93 9p
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]

LanguageEnglish Speaking
Streams

References[edit]

  1. Lucas Aznar "LucasAM" Miles (2018-05-17). "kassad leaves Renegades". HLTV.org.
  2. Ian "Immi" Harding (2018-05-21). "Mutually parted ways with NRG".
  3. "We are pumped to announce that ImAPet is our new CSGO Coach!!!". NRG Esports. 2018-05-21.
  4. "Cloud9 announces FNS to inactive CSGO roster". Cloud9. 2018-05-26.
  5. "Rogue will have a new member joining them this weekend at Dreamhack Austin! We are happy to announce that Rickeh will be representing Rogue during the tournament!". Rogue. 2018-05-31.
  6. "LG CSGO adds HEN1 & LUCAS1". Luminosity Gaming. 2018-06-10.
  7. "Immortals acquires iconic Brazilian esports brand MIBR". MIBR. 2018-06-23.
  8. Steve "Ryu" Rattacasa (2018-06-23). "Coaching CS:GO & Updates".
  9. John Nomis (2018-07-12). "Cloud9 Bids Farewell to tarik". Cloud9.
  10. [Inside source]
  11. John Nomis (2018-08-08). "Cloud9 Signs GOLDEN to CSGO Roster". Cloud9.
  12. Steve "Ryu" Rattacasa (2018-09-24). "As of today, I am no longer the coach of the Renegades CS:GO team.".
  13. John Nomis (2018-09-25). "Cloud9 CS:GO Sign flusha, Release STYKO". Cloud9.
  14. "North welcomes cadiaN - gade returns from loan". North. 2018-09-27.
  15. "Welcome the New Envy CSGO!". Team Envy. 2018-09-27.
  16. "THANK YOU KARLO". Renegades. 2018-09-29.
  17. Nicholas "Taffy" Taifalos (2018-09-30). "Newest Pair from Down Under". Renegades.
  18. Michael "DuckMoriarty" Moriarty (2018-10-02). "SK organization withdraw from ECS Season 6; AZIO and compLexity receive spots". Dust2.us.
  19. Kevin "kRYSTAL" Amend (2018-10-02). "Will play ECS and Pro League Season for @GoingRogueGG as IGL.".
  20. Lucas Aznar "LucasAM" Miles (2018-10-08). "AZR: "Bringing kassad back is a permanent thing"". HLTV.org.
  21. Spacestation Gaming (2018-10-10). "CS:GO Roster Acquired".
  22. Ron Van Buuren (2018-10-10). "Clarification regarding the former AZiO CS team".
  23. Nohte (2018-10-17). "Spacestation return Bibby to Earth". Dust2.us.
  24. Spacestation Gaming (2018-10-18). "There's some new sheriffs in CS:GO".
  25. FrostayK (2018-10-18). "Good night boys".
  26. Nohte (2018-10-19). "Rogue look to replace mCe". Dust2.us.
  27. eUnited (2018-10-23). "Welcome to eUnited, FNS".
  28. Rogue (2018-10-28). "Welcome to Rogue, @MSLcsgo!".