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Luci Kelemen
Luci Kelemen

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Mar 6, 2020

The biggest CS:GO league is just around the corner, with 24 of the best teams in the game duking it out for the prestigious Pro League title in a LAN competition. Here is the full ESL Pro League Season 11 schedule and everything you need to know about the event.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the event was moved entirely online, with the season regionalized instead of its new intended format as multiple teams opted to withdraw due to traveling considerations, and BIG was drafted as a last-minute replacement for Heroic, who sold their roster to FunPlus Phoenix, an org which opted for FLASHPOINT instead. Here's how things are looking right now:

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ESL Pro League Season 11 format

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ESL Pro League Season 11 schedule

Group A matches: March 16-24

  • ASTRALIS
  • ENCE
  • GODSENT
  • NiP
  • BOOM Esports
  • Team Vitality

Group B matches: March 17-24

  • Complexity
  • North
  • Fnatic
  • forZe
  • BIG
  • Na'Vi

Group C matches: March 26-April 3

  • FaZe Clan
  • G2
  • mousesports
  • OG
  • TYLOO
  • Virtus.pro

Playoffs: April 5-April 12

The entire event was moved online due to concerns about the coronavirus outbreak, including the proposed Denver playoffs.

ESL Pro League Season 11 partner teams and original qualifiers

Partner teams

  • Astralis
  • Complexity
  • ENCE
  • EG
  • FaZe
  • fnatic
  • G2
  • mousesports
  • Natus Vincere
  • NiP
  • Team Liquid
  • Team Vitality
  • 100 Thieves

Season 10 finalists

  • Heroic
  • North
  • Renegades
  • Sharks
  • Tyloo

via MDL League

  • forZe
  • BOOM

via ESL World Rankings

  • FURIA
  • GODSENT
  • OG
  • Virtus.pro

Teams affected by the format change (and the loss half of the overall spots, with the league going from 48 teams to 24), a special regional qualifier was announced by ESL, featuring teams like BIG, HellRaisers, ViCi and DETONA.

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