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Esports Championship Series Season 7 - North America

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[e][h]Esports Championship Series Season 7 - North America
League Information
North America North America
Prize Pool:
$125,000 USD
Start Date:
End Date:
Liquipedia Tier:


Broadcast Talent[edit]

  • Observer:


  • 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:


   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]

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]
23 May 3rd - United States Rambo steps down from his role as coach om Cloud9. United States valens takes over the role of head coach. [25][26]

Challenger Teams[edit]

For notes on the "Challenger Teams" Click here.

1 April 4th - Denial Esports' roster is signed by ATK. [27]
2 April 7th - United States Mauisnake joins Spacestation Gaming as the team's coach. [28]
3 April 9th - United States Shakezullah completes this trial successfully and joins Team Singularity. [29]
4 April 13th - United States RZU leaves Bad News Bears, and United States shinobi transitions into being the coach of the team. [30]
5 April 17th - United States dazzLe and United States Relyks join Bad News Bears. [31]
6 April 23rd - United States dazzLe leaves Bad News Bears. [32]
7 May 5th - United States Relyks leaves Bad News Bears. United States shinobi returns to the starting lineup. [33]
8 May 15th - Canada TenZ leaves Bad News Bears, United States yay and United States crashies join the team. [34]



Note: Rogue withdraw, their Finals slot goes to compLexity. [35]

Series Results[edit]

Additional Content[edit]


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  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".
  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. Rambo (2019-05-03). "Although my time was short-lived with @Cloud9, I'm happy I got to work with some great players and the almighty @valens.".
  26. valens (2019-05-03). "Nothing but great things to say about Ron's work ethic and mind for the game-- it was a pleasure learning from and getting to know you.".
  27. ATK (2019-04-04). "We are proud to announce that we’ve brought SA’s top CS:GO team back home!".
  28. [Inside Source]
  29. CarbonDogma (2019-04-09). "Shakezullah passes trial on Singularity; Chris and the boys get Rich".
  30. Nohte (2019-04-13). "Bad News Bears look to dazzLe with Relyks".
  31. Mnmzzz (2019-04-17). "dazzLe and Relyks officially join Bad News Bears".
  32. [Inside Source]
  33. [Inside Source]
  34. tolkienfanatic (2019-05-16). "TenZ leaves Bad News Bears".
  35. 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".