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Archive • Dec 14, 2017

How to Watch the $750,000 ECS Season 4 CS:GO Finals - Schedule and Streams

The ECS Season 4 finals are due to take place from December 15th - 17th with a total prize pool of $750,000 up for grabs for the teams in attendance. A total of eight teams will be in attendance at the event which is being held in Cancun, Mexico, with four coming from the North American region and four from Europe.

Unfortunately the season three champions, SK Gaming, will not be in Cancun to defend their title after being failing to qualify so a new champion will definitely be crowned. The English broadcast for the event will be streamed exclusively on YouTube.

Primary Stream:

  The first two days of the competition will be dedicated to the GSL style group stage with two groups of four playing best of one matches. Elimination and decider matches will be best-of-threes, though. The groups are as follows:
Group A Group B
 Fnatic  Cloud9
 Mousesports  Team Liquid
 OpTic Gaming  FaZe Clan
 Luminosity Gaming  Astralis

  After the conclusion of the group stage, four teams will advance to the playoffs which will consist of two Semifinals and a Grand Final, each of which will be a best of five. The full schedule can be found below.   Friday December 15th - Begins 15:15 GMT, 14:15 CET, 10:15 Eastern Time, 07:15 Pacific Time
Team 1 Vs. Team 2
Fnatic Luminosity Gaming
OpTic Gaming Mousesports
Fnatic/Luminosity Winner OpTic/Mousesports Winner
Cloud9 Astralis
FaZe Clan Team Liquid
Cloud9/Astralis Winner FaZe/Liquid Winner
  Saturday December 16th - Begins 14:15 GMT, 13:15 CET, 09:15 Eastern Time, 06:15 Pacific Time
Team 1 Vs. Team 2
Fnatic/Luminosity Loser OpTic/Mousesports Loser
Cloud9/Astralis Loser FaZe/Liquid Loser
Group A Decider TBD Group A Decider TBD
Group B Decider TBD Group B Decider TBD
  Sunday December 17th - Begins 14:15 GMT, 13:15 CET, 09:15 Eastern Time, 06:15 Pacific Time
Team 1 Vs. Team 2
Semifinalist TBD Semifinalist TBD
Semifinalist TBD Semifinalist TBD
Finalist TBD Finalist TBD
  The English broadcast team for the event features former Cloud9 star Jordan 'n0thing' Gilbert and the man that was his in-game leader way back in Counter-Strike: 1.6, Tomi 'lurppis' Kovanen. ECS's primary commentators, James ‘JZFB’ Bardolph and Daniel 'ddk' Kapadia will also be on hand to present the action. The full talent lineup is as follows:
  •  Alex ‘Machine’ Richardson – Host
  •  Pala ‘Mantrousse’ Gilroy Sen – Reporter
  •  Jason ‘moses’ O’Toole – Analyst
  •  Janko ‘YNk’ Paunović – Analyst
  •  Jordan ‘n0thing’ Gilbert – Analyst
  •  Tomi ‘lurppis’ Kovanen – Analyst
  •  James ‘JZFB’ Bardolph – Commentator
  •  Daniel ‘ddk’ Kapadia – Commentator
  •  Henry ‘HenryG’ Greer – Commentator
  •  Matthew ‘Sadokist’ Trivett – Commentator