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We are here in the offline finals of the fourth season of the ESL Southeast Europe Championship with the best four teams of the Southeast European region. Teams had gone through national qualifiers, a national final then a group stage where the best 16 teams competed for the 8 slots in the online playoff. From that stage the top three teams qualified to the offline final, and the last spot was determined by the wildcard qualifier of the host region.

Stage Match Start CET Format Played on
LoL Finals schedule
Semi-final #1 GplayBG vs myRevenge e.V 27.11 - 10AM Best of 3 Mainstage
Semi-final #2 Greek Regenesis vs Wildcard 27.11 - 2PM Best of 3 Mainstage
3rd place myRevenge e.V vs Los#2 27.11 - 6PM Best of 3 Offstage
Grand Final GplayBG vs Win#2 27.11 - 6PM Best of 3 Mainstage
Greek Regenesis
ELITESQUAD
2
0
GplayBG
myRevenge e.V
2
0
Greek Regenesis
GplayBG
2
0
ELITESQUAD
myRevenge e.V
0
2
Greek Regenesis
  • Team lineup:
  • • Dom1nant
  • • EasyFreezy
  • • SpArkS
  • • WildPanda
  • • iLeLeNaGa

Until the Group Stage they had an easy time. Team Horizon Reapers and Kiss Me Like U Miss Me managed to win one match against them but in total they won the BO3. After that they got 1st place in the Group Stage and they won the Online Playoffs.

myRevenge e.V
  • Team lineup:
  • • Robusto
  • • Benji
  • • Exworm
  • • Frather
  • • Geller

MyRevenge e.V managed to qualify with a 1st place in the Hungarian National Final. In the Group Stage they finished as first without difficulty.Then in the Online Finals only Greek Regenesis defeated them.

GplayBG
  • Team lineup:
  • • EdinPriqtelBG
  • • Föur
  • • Samma
  • • Venzer
  • • shripel

GplayBG played without defeated until the Online Playoffs, where the hungarian team myRevenge e.V knocked them down to the 3rd place decider match. They met with the greece Void Gaming and played successfully, therefore qualified to the Offline Finals.

Wildcard Team
  • Team lineup:
  • • TBA
  • • TBA
  • • TBA
  • • TBA
  • • TBA

The last team will be defined by the Wildcard Qualfier where the host region's teams can compete for the last Offline slot.

News

Our Vision

"South East Europe has always had the passion for esports, but despite all the enthusiasm and top-level gamers coming from the region, there have never been truly professional teams playing in the global elite coming from South East Europe. With the ESL South East Europe Championship we seek to provide experience for teams and players in an international tournament with LAN finals while providing them the opportunity to gain international media exposure and help them grow their career. For the fans we're offering unique regional esports content to enjoy, where they can cheer for their favorite teams coming from their home countries"

- Martin Kadinov (Product Owner)

History of the Competition.

Starting with a KickOff Season that was played online in 2014 it was continued with offline finals in Seasons 1-3. The KickOff Season had an overall prizepool of €5000 for 5 games. In next season the Finals were held in Bucharest where the players were competing for the same prizepool but in 3 games altogether. Season 2 Finals got place in Budapest, where players could participate in League of Legends and CS:GO for €5000. The last season got back to the first location, Bucharest. The teams were competing in LoL and CSGO for an increased prizepool of €7000. And here we are in Season 4, let's see what this season got for us.