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The Esports Championship Series (ECS) is an amazing and ingenious esports initiative that was founded by FACEIT and supported by Twitch, which is the biggest social video platform and also the biggest community for gamers. On September 5th they announced the replacement for team Natus Vincere in the Development League.

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This ECS Development League has a specific goal in mind, and that is to nurture new talents in the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive scene. It’s also giving them the opportunity to compete in the main league of ECS and the $3.5M prize pool. There will be eight teams per region competing to fill the two slots in ECS. The Development League is planned to start it’s competition on September 9th.

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Epsilon eSports is replacing Natus Vincere as the final team in the European division. The full list of all the teams that are participating can be found below:

Europe:

  • Godsent (invited)
  • Flipsid3 (invited)
  • Gambit (invited)
  • Epsilon eSports (invited)
  • Team AGG (qualified)
  • Tricked eSports (qualified)
  • Heroic (qualified)
  • Team Prep (qualified)

 

North America:

  • Immortals (invited)
  • SK Gaming (invited)
  • Renegades (invited)
  • Selfless (invited)
  • RONIN (qualified)
  • sKg (qualified)
  • Prospects (qualified)
  • paiN (qualified)

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The premier matches throughout the league will be live-streamed on the official Twitch channel of FACEIT!

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