Frenquently Asked Questions

What is ESL?

ESL is the world's largest eSports company, leading the industry across various games with numerous online and offline competitions. It operates high profile, branded international and national leagues and tournaments such as the Intel® Extreme Masters, ESL One, ESL Pro Series, StarCraft® II World Championship Series, as well as grassroots amateur cups, leagues and matchmaking systems. ESL covers a broad field of services in gaming technology, event management, advertising and TV production, fully catering to the needs of the eSports ecosystem. With offices in Germany, Russia, France, Poland, Spain, China, North America and partners in many other countries, it has a truly global footprint (esl.gaming.com).

Am I allowed to stream the ESL Benelux Championship?

Unfortunately you must obtain permission from a member of the ESL Benelux Championship administration team to broadcast a match from this competition. Please create a support ticket, or email beneluxchampionship@staff.eslgaming.com to obtain permission.

When will the offline finals take place?

The playoffs will be held Saturday 26 November and Sunday 27 November. Stay tuned for more information on ticket sales.

How can I take part?

It's easy to get involved with the ESL Benelux Championship. Simply click the "Qualification" button on the main menu on this website, and follow the instructions. Be quick though, if you miss the qualification process you'll have to wait until the next season!

How is the prize money distributed?

The prize money for the ESL Benelux Premiership is split during the offline finals. The best four teams or players from across the Benelux will converge for the offline finals for their share of the money.