Team Singularity to replace Complexity in S10 Round 2

Complexity Gaming has withdrawn from Season 10 of ESL Pro League CS:GO and will be replaced by Team Singularity.

Having placed 2nd in the Americas Group B of Round 1, Complexity added two new players to their roster: Kristian “k0nfig” Wienecke and Valentin “poizon” Vasilev, who already played in Season 10 of Pro League with EU squads OpTic Gaming and Windigo Gaming respectively.

These transfers made Complexity’s current roster ineligible to compete in Round 2, thus forfeiting the competition. Cloud9, the 4th-placed in team in their group were offered to fill their spot in Round 2, but declined.

Team Singularity were the best-placed NA team eligible to participate in the next stage of the tournament and have agreed to do so. They will line up in this week’s Round 2 against DETONA Gaming, ATK and Team Envy for a spot in the Odense 2019 Finals. 

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Season 13

Prize Money
ESL Pro Tour POints
1ST
$175.000
1300 points
2ND
$60.000
1000 points
3RD-4TH
$30.000
775 points
5TH-6TH
$15.000
575 points
7TH-8TH
$12.500
400 points
9TH-12TH
$10.000
250 points
13TH-16TH
$7.000
100 points
17TH-20TH
$5.000
50 points
21ST-24TH
$3.000
0 points
Teams are awarded an additional $5.000 for every win in the group stage