ESL UK are pleased to announce the Live Finals for the Summer Season 2019 of the ESL Premiership! Following our Spring Finals in Manchester, the Summer Finals will showcase the best CS:GO and Rainbow Six Siege teams from the UK and Ireland, in an epic two-day event. The ESL Premiership
Due to the upcoming clashes between the ESL Premiership and the Raleigh Open Qualifiers, the remaining group stage playdays will move back to Wednesdays; effective from Week 4 which will now commence on Wednesday 12th June. This decision was made in the interest of participating teams of the current season
ESL UK would like to formally address the latest team changes of the current Summer Season 2019 of the ESL Premiership for Rainbow Six Siege. ESL UK became aware on Thursday 30th May that both Aquila Esports and Epsilon Esports will leave the ESL Premiership effective immediately. These decisions were
A collective decision has been made to delay Week 2 of the #ESLPrem Rainbow Six Siege Summer Season after issues occurred in the recent patch, where Clash, Claymores and Shields have been disabled. The Summer Season will instead continue next Thursday on May 30th: LIVE on Twitch or Mixer Follow ESL UK on
ESL UK would like to formally address the latest changes regarding ESL CS:GO Premiership Summer Season 2019. The CS:GO Summer Season roster submission date was the 28th of April. This is where all teams competing in the coming season need to provide ESL with their starting roster which abides to
We are delighted to announce the return of Currys PC World as a Headline Sponsor for three seasons of the ESL Premiership, going into 2020. Their contributions to the UK esports scene are greatly important to its success and we are delighted to have them on-board once again for the
ESL UK was made aware of concerns raised around the organisation and execution of the ESL Premiership, a tournament operated within England and Ireland, of which it’s main purpose is to grow and nurture the competitive esports scene for aspiring semi professional players & teams.
ESL Premiership, the longest standing tournament in the UK, will be taken on tour - and Manchester is the first stop. Two Premiership titles, two Finals, one venue. Communities colliding - Rainbow Six Siege and CS:GO viewers will have a chance to meet up in the Bowlers Exhibition Centre in Manchester on 30th and the 31st of March respectively.
Today, we are proud to introduce the Rainbow Six Siege Premiership Promotion Series. From Tuesday 5th March 2019, at 19:00 GMT, teams will participate in 6 weekly Rainbow Six Siege PC tournaments following a double elimination, best of 1 format, earning Promotion Points every week they participate. At the end
Friday 8th of February, Kettering Conference Centre, epic26 - ESL UK hosted their first ever ESL Premiership Conference, where players, organisation staff and viewers could join in the conversation for the upcoming year filled with local semi-competitive esports.
Intel has been the sponsor of the ESL Premiership for the past 4 seasons, working alongside ESL UK to provide consistent opportunities for semi-professional players and talent. In 2018 ESL UK partnered up with Intel for a number of campaigns to highlight the potential in the UK esports scene, and will continue to do that in 2019.
Here at ESL UK, we’re all gamers at heart, and a lan is where we’re the most immersed in the community. That’s why we’re bringing the epic.LAN attendees and followers of the ESL Premiership the chance to have a chat with us about the tournament. Additionally, the ESL Premiership is going on tour!
ESL CS:GO Premiership is back for three seasons throughout 2019 The ESL CS:GO Premiership has proven to be the important stepping stone the UK CS:GO scene needs in order to grow and match the talent worldwide. ESL UK are proud to announce the return of the Premiership for the upcoming seasons,
After an extraordinary season of ESL Premiership for Rainbow Six Siege with a sold out live final in Studio One in Leicester, ESL UK is proud to be bringing back Rainbow Six Siege for another season filled with semi-professional competition The open qualifiers for the Spring Season 2019 will take
ESL CS:GO Premiership 2018 Winter Season Finals will play out in front of a live audience at ESL UK’s Studio 1 to celebrate a great year of UK Esports Tickets to the ESL Premiership Finals are now available over on ESL UK’s Eventbrite to watch the action LIVE alongside
With the group stage coming to a close last week; it's time to look forward to the playoffs - Starting tonight! Firstly, let's look at the concluded standings for each group: With Endpoint and Stifmeister guaranteeing their places in the Season Finals, forthcoming in January 2019; It is now time to
With only one more week of group stage play left, there are 4 teams vying for 2nd place and that all-important auto qualification spot for finals. Team Secret leads the way in first place, only dropping a single series to current 2nd place MnM Gaming during the opening week. Vexed.Ebuyer,
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Returns for Two Seasons of World-Class ESL Premiership Action Two more seasons of incredible Rainbow Six Siege action powered by Intel are now exclusively on PC as ESL UK and Ubisoft continue their successful partnership ESL UK and Ubisoft are teaming up to
ESL UK Hearthstone Premiership Competitive Ruling - Danswf On Wednesday 16th August, ESL was provided with evidence that Daniel ‘Danswf’ Rickhuss used a ringer to play his match in Round 3 of the UK Premiership on Friday 10th August. An investigation was subsequently carried out and Danswf was