CS:GO Championship
In association with
Fierce

Fierce Esports
Reading Winners

Results
Demos

CeX

CeX
Newcastle Winners

Results
Demos

London Esports

London Esports
Manchester Winners

Results 
Demos

Nottingham

Endpoint
Nottingham

Results
Demos

Cardiff

Reflex
Cardiff

Results
Demos

Season 2 Finalists

The Season 2 qualifiers are over, we have our 8 teams who will go on to Coventry on 4th & 5th May:

  • Fieece Esports (Astroo, Domm, Frei, ec1s, Stan1ey)
  • CeX (Murky, LS, resu, Nukeddog, mrhui)
  • London Esports (Kray, Adam9130, Mezii, Frazehh, L1NK)
  • Endpoint (MiGHTYMAX, Puls3, znx, Luzuh, Lainny)
  • Reflex (m0g, eMy, Impact, Kpiz, wh1sk)
  • Buzzkill Esports (-Hawk, Russ, Jsav, Hype, CrazD)
  • davidblack444 (Triux, Ping, Krusht, DaNi, Freestylazz)
  • London LYNX (Archer, DyylN, Velox, Dexie, Casa)

 

Changes for Season 2

The epic.LAN CS:GO Championship, in association with Grosvenor Casinos is back for a second season, once again touring venues around the UK to find the best CS:GO teams!

The first season was an ambitious project for epic.LAN and Grosvenor Casinos, creating an affordable one-day LAN with PCs provided at a range of locations to get more people playing CS:GO at events. For many people, the first season was the first LAN attended by some teams. 

For season 2, we've made a number of key changes based on feedback from players, including:

  • Grand finals now split over two days at a weekend to reduce the number of matches and improve the competitive quality of the finals. Hotel rooms will be booked for all teams qualifying for the finals (team + coach or manager) with activities on the Saturday night for all teams that have qualified. 
  • Online qualifiers & wildcard announced from the start, so all teams know that their entry fee will give them potentially 4 chances to qualify. Online qualifiers will remain restricted to teams that have taken part in a LAN qualifier. 
  • Slight reduction in qualifier prize money to allow for a small prize fund for online qualifier teams (to help their transport funding to get to the finals), total prize pool for the series will still be £10,000.
  • Majority of events to take place on Saturdays to account for late finishes where people may be working the following day
  • Nottingham & Cardiff added as qualifier venues, replacing Glasgow and Coventry (Coventry will still be the venue for the finals)
  • More activities for people during qualifiers for those waiting for games or knocked out early. 
  • Free finals spectator tickets for all teams that took part in a LAN qualifier
  • Working closely with venue IT teams to improve network quality
  • Unlimited tea, coffee and soft drinks at all venues

Bookings will open shortly, individual entry priced at £12.50.