The ESL Southeast Europe Championship (ESL SEC) is the longest running multigame esports competition for the geographical region of Southeast Europe and its eighth season has just been concluded. Eight…
This is it! The eighth season of ESL Southeast European Championship has its new Champions: Windigo Gaming. Despite the fact that Windigo were considered heavy favorites, Bpro Gaming did everything in their power, fought really hard, putted some extra pressure on their opponents but Windigo were ready, thirsty for glory and had the momentum. A recipe for success.
ESL SEC’s Final Four is live and we have our second Finalist. At the second semifinal, Nexus Gaming took it up against Windigo. Despite the Romanian’s momentum at the first map, the Bulgarian squad was able to get control of the pace and, after a second map victory, advance to the Grand Finals.
ESL Southeast Europe Championship’s week two has been concluded, offering strong plays, decent macro and beautiful highlights, in all three of its games, League of Legends, Counter Strike Global Offensive and Hearthstone. Let’s have a look on how last week’s matches wrapped up. (more…)
Southeast Europe's most historic championship, ESL SEC, returns for the third consecutive year, bringing you its seventh iteration! Eight top level teams in CS:GO and League of Legends will clash each for the lion's share of the 5,000€ prizepool and the most wanted champion's of SEE title! We've gathered everything you need to know about SEC's latest rendition in one post!