ESL Pro League Season 18 results and highlights
The final big CS:GO esports event, ESL Pro League Season 18, saw the best teams in the world compete in Saint Julian’s, Malta, at the InterContinental Malta. Here’s what went down at ESL Pro League Season 18, including a highlights video from the grand finals!
ESL Pro League S18 results
At ESL Pro League Season 18, teams competed for their share of the $850,000 prize pool. At the current Dollar to Rand exchange rate, that’s roughly R16 million. After an intense and gruelling group stage, 32 teams were whittled down to 16 for the playoffs of ESL Pro League Season 18.
Watch the video below, featuring highlights of the grand finals, and learn what happened during the playoffs. Or continue reading!
After destroying Group C, Na’Vi qualified for the quarterfinals of ESL Pro League S18 and quickly smashed Eternal Fire with a clean 2-0 and did the same to Monte to make it to the grand final. On the other side of the bracket, MOUZ absolutely demolished FURIA Esports 2-0 and shocked the crowd by eliminating FaZe Clan 2-0 as well.
MOUZ then beat G2 Esports 2-1 and then ENCE 2-1 to make it to the grand final of ESL Pro League Season 18 to face Na’Vi.
In the best-of-five grand final, MOUZ continued their highly impressive and dominant performance against Na’Vi. MOUZ won Inferno 16-10, followed by a 16-9 win on Overpass, and finished things up with an exciting 19-15 on Mirage to claim the title of ESL Pro League Season 18 champion!
A big congratulations go out to MOUZ for their insane run and for becoming the last CS:GO champion now that CS2 is out. Ádám “torzsi” Torzsás won the MVP award after smashing his opponents to bits with the AWP.
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