ESL Challenger Jönköping Set to Begin as Eight Teams Vie for a Spot at ESL Pro League Season 19

DreamHack Winter to Host Exciting Counter-Strike 2 Competition

The upcoming DreamHack Winter event in Jönköping, Sweden, will feature an electrifying live Counter-Strike 2 (CS2) competition. Taking place from November 24th to 26th, 2023, this event is set to thrill both attendees and Counter-Strike fans alike.

High-Stakes Competition

In just a few days, eight skilled CS2 teams from Asia, Europe, North America, and South America will battle it out for their chance to claim a share of the impressive $100,000 prize pool. Not only that, but victory in this competition will also earn them the prestigious ESL Challenger trophy and a guaranteed spot in the upcoming season of the ESL Pro League (EPL).

Qualified Teams

The participating teams in this thrilling tournament have earned their place either through their position in the ESL World Ranking (ESL WR) or by winning regional qualifiers. The qualified teams are as follows:
– Eternal Fire (qualified via ESL WR)
– GamerLegion (qualified via ESL WR)
– Monte (qualified via ESL WR)
– (qualified via ESL WR)
– Looking4Org (qualified via EU Qualifier)
– MIBR (qualified via SA Qualifier)
– Nouns Esports (qualified via NA Qualifier)
– TYLOO (qualified via AS Qualifier)

Gateway to Success

As part of the ESL Pro Tour (EPT) ecosystem, ESL Challenger provides aspiring teams with the opportunity to showcase their skills at a live event. It also serves as a stepping stone for teams to advance to the next level of competition – the EPT Masters.

Join the Action

ESL Challenger Jönköping is open to the public and will take place at DreamHack Winter, a thrilling three-day gaming festival. For more information and tickets, visit the DreamHack Winter website. If you can’t attend the event in person, you can still catch all the excitement through the live broadcasts on Twitch and YouTube.

Keywords: DreamHack Winter, Counter-Strike 2, CS2, ESL Challenger, Jönköping, gaming festival, ESL Pro League, ESL Pro Tour, Twitch, YouTube.

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