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ESL’s Latest Ruling: No More Crocs Allowed in Counter-Strike Tournaments

ESL, one of the biggest tournament organizers in the world of esports, has recently revealed its updated rulebook for the upcoming ESL Pro Tour. The announcement was made ahead of the IEM Cologne 2023 CSGO tournament that’s set to take place in Germany, and the updated rulebook includes a bunch of new changes to the EPT.

The mid-year update to the EPT CS rulebooks introduces a comprehensive set of over 50 new and amended rules that will take immediate effect. These regulations are set to influence various aspects of their operations and events, ensuring a more competitive and fair environment for all participants.

However, one particular rule that stood out was the banning of Crocs from all future ESL events. The ESL Pro Tour General Rules Book’s events section (Rule 4.3) states that Crocs are considered open shoes and therefore not allowed, which has sparked a wave of humor and amusement among fans and players of the title on various social media platforms.

Players who violate this rule and wear Crocs to ESL events will have to pay a fine of $250 for doing so.

ESL will offer “suitable clothing” to players who fail to comply with the rules, and the expense of these permissible items will be deducted from their prize money.

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Sonu Banerjee
Sonu Banerjeehttp://www.talkesport.com
A fervent gamer and an eSports enthusiast. Loves reading, watching movies and playing games of all sorts.
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