The Champions Cup concludes in Malta with eight teams battling for their share of the $300 000 prize pool in the final big CS:GO event of the year. ENCE, FURIA and G2 will be in attendance among others to ensure they close off the year on a high.

Champions Cup groups

The opening matches are best-of-one but everything else is a best-of-three in the tournament.

Group A

  • ENCE
  • Movistar Riders

Group B

  • BIG
  • G2
  • Hard Legion Esports
  • Team Spirit

EPICENTER 2019 schedule

The tournament runs between December 19 and 22, with a break on the 20th.

December 19: Opening matches and winners' match (Group A & B)

December 19: Elimination and decider matches

December 21: Semi-finals

December 21: Quarterfinals (Group B 2nd place vs Group A 3rd place and vice versa)

December 22: 3rd place match and grand final

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Photo credit: Eden Esports / Champions Cup