This week marks the kickoff of the ESL CS:GO Pro League, with the first two play days featuring Group A, comprising Dignitas, Key-Preisvergleich, 3DMAX, myXMG, Epsilon, PENTA Sports, ESC Gaming and Natus Vincere. As announced earlier this week, Room On Fire will be presenting the official English broadcast, meaning Anders and Semmler will be bringing you all the action.
Anders and Semmler are waiting for you
Alexander “crtmN” Nehr said of the start of the ESL CS:GO Pro League:
“I’m very happy to finally see the result of what we have been working so hard for. The ESL CS:GO Pro League has been a huge project, and now we get to see everything unfold. I wish the best of luck to all participants and hope you enjoy the ongoing coverage of the league with Anders and Semmler’s English commentary as well as more than ten local partners presenting the matches in other languages.”
While the start of the Pro League was delayed to get new Anti-Cheat measures in place, the teams are now readier than ever for the competition for US$48,000 in tonight’s double elimination group stage. Group A will see some established as well as up-and-coming teams fighting to survive the first season – it should be a great show!
The matches of this week:
- December 10th at 19:00 CET: Team Dignitas vs. Key-Preisvergleich
- December 10th at ~21:30 CET: 3DMAX vs. myXMG
- December 11th at 19:00 CET: Epsilon eSports vs. PENTA Sports
- December 11th at ~21:30 CET: ESC Gaming vs. Natus Vincere
Make good use of your time and join ESL Fantasy for ESL CS:GO Pro League before the first matches start so you don’t miss out on scoring the first available points – you can not only show off your knowledge of the scene but also win cool prizes by ASUS! Also make sure to check the official homepage for more updates and match listings as well as the streams.
What are your thoughts on the first matchups? Give us your opinion in the comments below!