We present you the South East Europe Championship
Join in the kick off season of the ESL Southeast European Championship!
The first project by ESL to cover the region of Southeast Europe and creating an unique competition for the participants and great show for the fans. Win the honor to represent your country and then compete with the best gamers from the region.

What is South East Europe Championship?

The ESL Southeast Europe Championship (ESL SEE) Championship is a multigame eSports competition for the geographical region of South East Europe organized by the ESL. Its purpose is to foster the competitive scene in the region by enabling the gamers from different countries to compete and increase their skill and receive visibility, while providing high-quality and region-relevant entertainment for the fans.

It features 6 main regions with a total of 16 countries described below:
Single countries regions:
Hungary, Bulgaria, Turkey
Multi-country regionms:
Adria (Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, (Kosovo), Macedonia (FYROM), Malta, Albania)
Only players and teams from these regions can participate in the ESL South East Europe Championship.

For example, for the Adria region, a team could have 2 players from Serbia, 2 players from Croatia and 3 players from Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Important notice!
We've made the conscious choice to stick with English as official language of the championship. The rules, major news and announcements and all communication between the competition management and the teams and t he players will be done in English. However there will still be news in local language for most of the countries. We will also try to provide native-speaking admins for all games and all stages of the tournament.
We are aware of the fact that this might cause inconvenience to some of the teams and players who are not fluent in English, but due to the specifics in our region, there is no other viable option.

What games does it feature?

There are 5 main popular games that are featured in the ESL South East Europe Championship. Those are: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Hearthstone, League of Legends, Starcraft 2 and World of Tanks! All the details about them can be seen here:

ESL South East Europe Championship Official Page

What are the prizes?

The total prize money that we offer in the last stage is 5000 EURO. Besides that, for LoL and WoT, there are some in-game prizes for the national qualifiers and group stage! You can see below the breakdown of prize money per game:

Place/Game WoT LoL CS:GO Hearthstone Starcraft II
1st place €1.400,00 €650,00 €650,00 €150,00 €150,00
2nd place €700,00 €250,00 €250,00 €50,00 €50,00
3rd place €400,00 €125,00 €125,00 €25,00 €25,00

What is the system & How many qualify?

The system of the ESL South East Europe Championship is based on two regional qualifiers with a national final! Only the top4 players/teams from each qualifier will get into the final national qualifier. The top X participants will qualify for the main round, where X is the number of slots for the given game and region (see the table below for info).

  Turkey Greece +
Bulgaria Romania +
Adria Hungary
WoT 2 1 3 3 3 4
LoL 3 3 2 3 3 2
CS:GO 3 2 3 3 2 3
Hearthstone 3 2 2 4 2 3
SC II: HotS 3 2 3 3 3 2

In the main round, we will have 16 participants in each game, divided in 4 groups of 4 each. Each group will be played as a double elimination bracket where only the top2 from each group will advance into the last phase of the championship: The Play-offs! The Play-offs will determine the final standings and the winners of the ESL South East Europe Championship.
The Play-offs will be streamed by the ESL top talents from the studios in ESL HQ in Cologne.

All clear! How do I participate?

All the details and the signups are on the ESL South East Europe Championship official page. From that point on, you select the game that you want to play and you will find the available cups in the Upcoming Cups box.

Didn't find the page? Write a support ticket!

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FoaMeA, Friday, 24/10/14 16:42
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