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ESL India Premiership 2018 – Prizes, dates & more details

With all ups and downs, the online phase of Summer Season of ESL India Premiership – Masters League comes to an end. Out of twelve teams in the Masters League, four teams have qualified for the offline event which will be held in Mumbai from June 22-24. Dublin Square – inside Phoenix Market City, Kurla would host the prestigious event. The offline event would feature a massive prize-pool worth ₹22,00,000 INR across three titles namely Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, DotA 2 and Clash Royale.

Dublin Square, Phoenix Marketcity, Kurla

Teams qualified for LAN:

  • Team Brutality

  • Team Invictus

  • 2ez Gaming

  • Entity Gaming

Teams that will hold onto their slot in the Masters League of Fall Season:

  • ATE Gaming – 75,000 INR

  • Team Malhar – 75,000 INR

  • Intencity PuneF1ve – 75,000 INR

  • Portal e-Sports – 75,000 INR

Teams relegated to the Challengers Series for the Fall Season:

    • Slaughter Rage Army – 37,500 INR

    • Team Iyati – 37,500 INR

    • VAC Banned – 37,500 INR

    • Team WAR – 37,500 INR

The four teams that qualified for the offline event would battle for a sum of 10,00,000 INR:

  • 1st Place – 5,00,000 INR

  • 2nd Place – 2,50,000 INR

  • 3rd-4th Place – 1,25,000 INR

Image credits – ESL

Team Brutality needs no introduction. The boys have shut down all the criticism after topping the scoreboard for the Summer Season. The return of Ayush “astaRRR” Deora has led to a spree of satisfying results for the team.

Team Invictus is an old name in the Indian Counter-Strike scene and their core team has won commendable titles under the banner of Entity Gaming & Eternal Esports in 2017. They haven’t stopped their run in 2018 and are tied with Team Brutality at nine wins in the online season.

2ez Gaming is a bunch of young boys tuned in to give an intense head-to-head fight to the veterans in the Indian scene. They are on a uprise since the ILG Mumbai Qualifiers where they couldn’t close down the maps against Entity Gaming at GearUP Cafe, Powai. Since then, they have acquired astonishing results in the ESL India Premierships.

Entity Gaming has had several ups and downs in the second season of ESL India Premiership. Having won both Fall Season finals and Winter Season finals in 2017, boys in blue were pretty dominating during late 2017. Entity merely qualified for the LAN event only after 2ez won against Portal e-Sports and VAC Banned won over Team Malhar.


Bhavya Shah
Bhavya Shahhttp://talkesport.com
Bhavya is an esports enthusiast who's been living video games since boyhood. First-person shooters are his inclinations.

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