From the 26th – 27th of November, at the Games.CON video and popculture festival in Belgrade, the finals of the 4th season of the ESL Southeast Europe Championship (SEC) are set to take place. A €7,000 prize pool is on the line, to be divided equally amongst both titles, CS:GO and LoL.
Prizepool per title
- 1st place: €2,000
- 2nd place: €1000
- 3rd place: €300
- 4th place: €200
After a thrilling online season, three teams from each game have already earned their place while we still await the Wildcard qualifier winners who will complete the setup. At the LAN finals they will face their final challenge – a single elimination bracket. The draws for the matchups have already been made based on the each team’s online qualifier performance and you can check out the semi finals matches below.
All CS:GO matches – semis, 3rd place matches and grand finals – are set to take place on the 26th of November and they will be streamed on the official ESL CS:GO Twitch channel.
Netland Gaming vs Wildcard team
Outlaws.GG vs Nexus Gaming
The League of Legends action will take place on November 27th in the same format as the CS:GO portion and you’ll have the chance to watch the games on the official Twitch livestream.
Team Regenesis vs Wildcard team
myRevenge E.V vs GPlayBG
The winners will walk away with lion’s share of the prize pool and immortalize themselves in the competition which has seen over 25,000 player signups and 700,000 unique stream viewers over course of all seasons. You can follow ESL SEC on Facebook for regular tournament updates and don’t forget to check out the official SEC Website for further Championship details.