EPL Season 7 Europe And NA Divisions Kick-Off Today
Posted 14th February 2018 By: Kyle-Tipify Staff    1 Views
The ESL Pro League Season 7 gets things rolling today, February 13, to kick off the European and North American divisions. If you remember the last EPL, where SK trounced FaZe in an exciting final and was crowned as champions. Expect action-packed matches and great betting opportunities for this tournament.
EPL Season 7 format
EPL Season 7 features a $125,000 prize pool for each division and the top 6 teams advance directly to the offline finals while the top 11 teams continue the next season. Lastly, both 12th and 13th placers are sent to the Relegation tournament and the bottom-placed team will have to compete in the ESEA Premier to grab a seat in the finals.
AGO and Space Soldiers make their first appearance for this level while Astralis, North, and EnVyUs prove they can compete as they debut roster changes. Here are the 14 CS:GO teams competing in the European division:
- Team EnVyUs
- FaZe Clan
- G2 Esports
- Team LDLC.com
- Ninjas in Pyjamas
- AGO Esports
- Natus Vincere
- Space Soldiers
Below are the 12 teams competing in the NA division after Misfits and CLG forego their slots and miss the tournament as both teams didn’t renew their licenses. ESL is expected to make an announcement regarding the reduced teams for the division. OpTic, with new three Danish players, also debuts their revamped roster.
- compLexity Gaming
- Team Liquid
- Luminosity Gaming
- NRG Esports
- OpTic Gaming
- SK Gaming
- Team Dignitas
- Ghost Gaming
- Cloud9 (-113) vs SK Gaming (-113)
- Luminosity (+127) vs Renegades (-164)
- Splyce (+116) vs compLexity (-150)
- G2 (+132) vs FaZe (-171)
- LDLC (+325) vs Astralis (-472)
- mousesports (+100) vs Fnatic (-129)
Which team are you putting your money on for the first day of the CS:GO event? We have an instant rematch of the ELEAGUE Major: Boston as SK and C9 face each other in the first match of the day. You can count on more electrifying CS:GO matches to come as the EPL Season 7 brings out a two-month-long tournament for all esports lovers and die-hard predictors and bettors.