ESL Pro League Season 14 playoffs schedule and how to watch
The massive CS:GO esports tournament, ESL Pro League Season 14, has been nothing short of spectacular so far. A total of 24 teams entered the tournament to fight for their share of the $750,000 prize pool. To put this into a local perspective, that’s over R10 million.
We’ve already seen quite a few upsets in the group stage of ESL Pro League Season 14, with Astralis getting eliminated, alongside the likes of Virtus.pro, G2 Esports not winning a single match, and even the German powerhouse BIG not making it to the playoffs. Today, the playoffs are set to begin, and we simply can’t wait to watch every single match.
ESL Pro League Season 14 playoffs details
The playoffs feature a single-elimination format. All matches are best-of-three, with the exception of the grand final, which is best-of-five. The winner will not only get $175,000 but also a spot at the BLAST Premier World Final which takes place in December this year.
The winner of each of the four groups has been placed in the quarter-finals of the playoffs. The 2nd and 3rd placed teams in each group have made their way to the Round of 12, which is where the action begins.
Check out the playoffs schedule below. All times are in SAST.
- NIP vs mousesports – 7 September at 16:00
- Complexity vs Vitality – 7 September at 19:15
- ForZe vs ENCE – 8 September at 16:00
- Team Liquid vs fnatic – 8 September at 19:15
- Na’Vi vs winner of forZe and ENCE – 9 September at 16:00
- Heroic vs winner of Liquid and fnatic – 9 September at 19:15
- OG vs winner of NIP and mouz – 10 September at 16:00
- Gambit vs winner of Vitality and Complexity – 10 September at 19:15
- Semifinals 1 – 11 September at 16:00
- Semifinals 2 – 11 September at 19:15
- Grand final – 12 September at 16:00
Each day, the tournament is scheduled to begin at roughly 16:00 SAST. You can catch all the CS:GO esports action via the official ESL CS:GO Twitch channel.
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