ESL Pro League Season 11: Europe & North America final results
Some of the best teams in European and North American CSGO have spent the last few weeks battling it out to see who will be crowned champion in each region, and at last we have the final results.
24 of Counter-Strike’s premier esports teams were pitted against one another for the 11th season of ESL’s Pro League. Due to the ongoing global health crisis, the entirety of Season 11 was played online between two dedicated regions: Europe and North America.
There were three European groups versus only one North American group, so both divisions went ahead and crowned a champion this season.
European Division Results
The 24 total teams in ESL Season 11 were split into four different groups of six, with 18 representing Europe and the remaining six putting on for North America.
Out of the three European groupings, Astralis, Natus Vincere, and mousesports each came out on top on the way to Stage 2, which took place from April 5 to 9.
Fnatic ended up being the team to beat after of the second stage of play though, and the Grand Final between them and mousesports went the distance before one last showdown on Mirage.
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After the dust had settled, it was clear Fnatic wasn’t going to let mous repeat their performance from the ESL Pro League Season 10 this year, as they walked away with the Championship and the lion’s share of the prize money.
ESL Pro League Season 11: Europe final placements and earnings
- Fnatic ($110,000)
- mousesports ($65,000)
- Astralis ($53,000)
- Natus Vincere ($43,000)
- FaZe Clan ($32,000)
- OG ($31,000)
- forZe ($24,000)
- Ninjas in Pyjamas ($24,000)
- Team Vitality ($24,000)
- G2 ($22,000)
- Complexity ($17,000)
- Godsent ($17,000)
- Team Spirit ($15,000)
- North ($15,000)
- Virtus.pro ($15,000)
- BIG ($13,000)
- ENCE ($8,000)
- TYLOO ($3,000)
North American Division Results
Following the European Championship, the North American Grand Finals took place between Evil Geniuses and Team Liquid.
It was a one-sided affair though, as Team Liquid cleaned up and walked away with a 3-0 Championship win against EG.
ESL Pro League Season 11: NA final placements and earnings
- Team Liquid ($90,000)
- Evil Geniuses ($45,000)
- FURIA Esports ($33,000)
- MIBR ($23,000)
- 100 Thieves ($15,000)
- Swole Patrol ($13,000)