Championships are the pinnacle of CS:GO competition and are held twice a year in packed out arenas. Teams endure an arduous qualification process in order to claim their right to compete on the world stage and see who will be decided the world’s Champions.
Masters are where both established teams and the champions of Challenger tournaments compete. Held in prestigious arenas, teams that are successful within Masters boost their chances of qualifying to a Masters Championship tournament.
Intel® Extreme Masters is the longest-running global esports series in the world, started back in 2006 by Intel and ESL
ESL Pro League is the largest CS:GO league in the world and promises esports at its purest with the best teams competing
The ESL Challenger League, where raw diamonds begin to shine. This is the start for amateurs to reach the next level by providing a direct connection to the ESL Pro League.
The goal of ESL Challenger is to be the number one place for aspiring teams to prove themselves as world-class teams, and now with the participation in the ESL Pro Tour, further develop the strength of CS:GO.
The ESL National Championship is held in over 14 countries worldwide and is the backbone of each local community