The Esports Championship Series (ECS), FACEIT’s premiere Counter-Strike: Global Offensive league, today reveals the world class teams and talent set to appear at the Season 6 Finals from November 22-25th. The World’s leading CSGO teams will descend on the Esports Stadium Arlington to compete for a piece of the $750,000 USD prize pool and to be crowned this year’s ECS Champions. Fans can catch all the action live exclusively on FACEIT’s official YouTube channel: https://gaming.youtube.com/faceit.
Currently the most dominant team in CSGO, and the ECS Season 5 and FACEIT London Major Champions, Astralis will be in attendance looking to replicate last season’s victory alongside three other EU powerhouses in North, NiP and mousesports. The North American roster includes Brazilian team MIBR, 3rd ranked team in the world Team Liquid, NRG and Cloud9.
The talent lineup includes ECS veterans James Bardolph and Dan “ddk” Kapadia and Matthew “Sadokist” Trivett and Henry “HenryG” Greer. Tomi “lurppis” Kovanen and Jason “Moses” O’Toole will also be in attendance to provide their expert analysis to fans across the globe.The full list of talent includes leading figures in the esports community offering play-by-play commentary, in-depth analysis and behind the scenes specials throughout the tournament as the finest CS:GO teams in the world compete to be crowned the ECS Season 6 Champions.
The full lineup of talent at the ECS Season 6 Finals is:
- James Bardolph
- Dan “ddk” Kapadia
- Matthew “Sadokist” Trivett
- Henry “HenryG” Greer
- Jacob “Pimp” Winneche
- Tomi “lurppis” Kovanen
- Jason “Moses” O’Toole
- Mohan “launders” Govindasamy
- Alex “Machine” Richardson
- Freya Spiers
- Pala Gilroy Sen
- Connor “Sliggy” Blomfield
- Jamie “keita” Hall
Tickets for the ECS Season 6 Finals are on sale now and attendees will enjoy an exclusively intimate setting to take in the inaugural tournament at the custom-built Esports Stadium Arlington, as well as the opportunity to meet their heroes at player and talent signings. The venue offers a cutting edge production studio and bespoke broadcast gallery, custom LED video walls, training rooms, player lounges and hair and makeup studios.
FACEIT will also be rewarding fans watching at home with their signature loot drops, offering up 15M Faceit points to account holders watching on YouTube during the finals which can be redeemed for exclusive real-world prizes on faceit.com.
For more information on the Esports Championship Series, visit www.csgoleague.com or follow the league on Twitter (@ECS).