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Esports Championship Series Season 7 - North America


[e][h]Esports Championship Series Season 7 - North America
League Information
Series:
ECS
Organizer:
Type:
Online
Location:
North America North America
Teams:
15
Prize Pool:
$125,000 USD
Start Date:
2019-03-11
End Date:
2019-05-24
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Maps
Cache • Dust II • Inferno • Mirage • Nuke • Overpass • Train • Vertigo

About[edit]

Broadcast Talent[edit]

  • Observer:

Format[edit]

  • Regular Season: March 11th - May 24th, 2019
    • Season is played out in 5 Online Series
      • Each Series is an 8 team Single-Elimination bracket
      • All matches are played as Bo3
      • Every Series has a $25,000 USD prize pool
    • The winners of the first 3 Series qualify to the Finals
    • Teams' prize pool winnings are totalled up at the end of the Regular Season
    • The first non-qualified team with the most winnings qualifies to the Finals

Prize Pool[edit]

$125,000 USD are spread among the teams as seen below:

Participants[edit]

   Note: If a Starting Team chooses not to participate in a series, they will be replaced by a 9th-10th place team from Season 6 or a Challenger Cup team.

Starting Teams[edit]

Cloud91, 8, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22
1USA autimatic 
2USA RUSH 
3Sweden Golden 
4USA vice 
5Denmark cajunb 
CUSA Rambo 
eUnited2, 7,10, 12, 14, 18
1Canada moose 
2USA Cooper- 
3Mexico MarKE 
4USA vanity 
5USA food 
CCanada a2z 
Rogue9, 13, 20
1USA Hiko 
2USA vice 
3Denmark MSL 
4Denmark niko 
5USA SicK 
MIBR4, 11
1Brazil FalleN 
2Brazil fer 
3Brazil coldzera 
4Brazil TACO 
5Brazil felps 
CBrazil zews 

For notes on the "Starting Teams" Click here.

1 November 17th - France kioShiMa joins Cloud9. [1]
2 November 27th - eUnited bench United States dazzLe as United States Relyks returns to the active roster. [2]
3 December 20th - compLexity Gaming bench United States yay and release United States Rambo. [3]
4 December 21st - MIBR acquire Brazil TACO and Brazil zews from Team Liquid in exchange for United States Stewie2K. Additionally, MIBR bench Serbia YNk. [4] [5]
5 December 22nd - compLexity Gaming bench Canada ANDROID. [6]
6 December 22nd - Team Liquid sign United States adreN as the team's new coach. [7]
7 December 23rd - eUnited release United States osorandom. [8]
8 December 28th - compLexity Gaming acquire Australia Rickeh from Rogue. [9]
9 December 29th - Cloud9 bench Sweden Golden amid the player's continued health problems. United States Zellsis joins the team on trial as his replacement. [10]
10 Januay 12th - MIBR bench United States tarik and acquire Brazil felps from INTZ eSports. [11]
11 January 13th - United States dazzLe returns to eUnited's starting lineup as United States Relyks is released. [12] [13]
12 January 29th - Canada FNS steps down from eUnited. [14]
13 January 31st - Rogue acquire Denmark niko from OpTic Gaming. [15]
14 February 10th - eUnited acquire Mexico MarKE, United States food, and United States vanity from Swole Patrol. [16]
15 February 28th - NRG Esports replace United States FugLy with United States tarik. [17]
16 March 2nd - Sweden flusha steps down from Cloud9. Sweden Golden returns to the starting lineup. [18]
17 March 4th - Cloud9 part ways with United States Zellsis. [19]
18 March 12th - eUnited sign Canada a2z as their new coach. [20]
19 March 22nd - United States Rambo replaces United States valens as Cloud9's head coach. [21]
20 March 23rd - Cloud9 acquire United States vice from Rogue. [22]
21 March 31st - Cloud9 release France kioShiMa. [23]
22 April 2nd - Cloud9 sign Denmark cajunb. [24]

Challenger Teams[edit]

For notes on the "Challenger Teams" Click here.

1 April 4th - Denial Esports' roster is signed by ATK. [25]
2 April 9th - Shakezullah completes this trial successfully and joins Team Singularity. [26]
3 April 13th - United States RZU leaves Bad News Bears, and United States shinobi transitions into being the coach of the team. [27]

Results[edit]

Standings[edit]

Note: Rogue withdraw, their Finals slot goes to compLexity. [28]

Series Results[edit]

Additional Content[edit]

Streams[edit]

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Streams

Articles[edit]

References[edit]

  1. John Nomis (2018-11-17). "Cloud9 CS:GO Welcomes kioShiMa". Cloud9.
  2. dazzLe (2018-11-27). "my situation".
  3. Andrew "aMies" Miesner (2018-12-20). "Changes to coL.cs". compLexity Gaming.
  4. "Liquid Update: Zews & TACO traded for Stewie2K". Team Liquid. 2018-12-21.
  5. "Today we wish @Stewie the best of luck in Liquid and welcome back to the family @TACOCS & @zews!". MIBR. 2018-12-21.
  6. Andrew "aMies" Miesner (2018-12-22). "Additional Changes to coL.cs". compLexity Gaming.
  7. "Welcome Back Coach adreN!". Team Liquid. 2018-12-22.
  8. "Effective immediately, Jared “osorandom” Hartman has been released from the organization.". eUnited. 2018-12-23.
  9. Andrew "aMies" Miesner (2018-12-28). "Additions to coL.cs". compLexity Gaming.
  10. John Nomis (2018-12-29). "Cloud9 Welcome Zellsis For CS:GO Trial". Cloud9.
  11. "The missing piece, welcome back home @felperaa!". MIBR. 2019-01-12.
  12. "All CS:GO Minor & Major teams have submitted and confirmed their rosters for the IEM Katowice 2019 competition". ESL. 2019-01-13.
  13. [Inside source]
  14. Pujan "FNS" Mehta (2019-01-29). "I've decided to leave eUnited.".
  15. "Please join us in welcoming @OfficialnikoCS to the #RogueCS squad!". Rogue. 2019-01-31.
  16. Mnmzzz (2019-02-10). "eUnited buff up roster with MarKE, vanity, food". Dust2.us.
  17. "Welcome, Major Champion, @tarik to #NRGCSGO!". NRG Esports. 2019-02-28.
  18. John Nomis (2019-03-02). "Cloud9 Announces Return of Golden, Departure of Flusha". Cloud9.
  19. John Nomis (2019-03-04). "Thank You, Zellsis". Cloud9.
  20. eUnited (2019-03-12). "We are happy to welcome @a2zca to the eUnited family as the new coach for #eUCSGO!".
  21. Mnmzzz (2019-03-22). "Rambo silently assumes head coach role on Cloud9".
  22. Cloud9 (2019-03-23). "Please join us in welcoming Daniel @vice_cs Kim to #C9CSGO on trial as our fifth!".
  23. John Nomis (2019-03-31). "Thank You, kioShiMa". Cloud9.
  24. John Nomis (2019-04-02). "Cloud9 Welcomes cajunb to CSGO". Cloud9.
  25. ATK (2019-04-04). "We are proud to announce that we’ve brought SA’s top CS:GO team back home!".
  26. CarbonDogma (2019-04-09). "Shakezullah passes trial on Singularity; Chris and the boys get Rich". Dust2.us.
  27. Nohte (2019-04-13). "Bad News Bears look to dazzLe with Relyks". Dust2.us.
  28. FACEIT (2019-03-26). "Due to not having a roster, @Rogue are unable to fulfil their commitments to ECS for the remainder of #ECS7 and the Finals".