The ESL AU&NZ Championship 2018 Season 2 for Dota 2 is only one day away! The matches are only just out of reach, so there is no better time than the present to announce the broadcast team for this season! We have tonnes of exciting Dota 2 action ahead of
Did you miss out on the second week of the ESL AU&NZ Championship 2018 Season 2 for CS:GO? We're here to save you the time that you could have spent searching... VoDs are now live for all to watch! Sit down, relax and enjoy the show! Don’t forget to follow
Alert, alert - the fifth qualified team of the ESL AU&NZ Championship 2018 Season 2 for Dota 2 has been found! That’s right, you read that correctly - over the last weekend, 10 teams signed up to compete for their chance at the spot but there was only room for
The ESL AU&NZ Championship 2018 Season 2 for CS:GO is only one day away! With the groups of the teams now announced, and the fixtures only moments away, it’s only right to finally announce the broadcast team for the season! We have tonnes of exciting CS:GO action ahead of us,
With the ESL AU&NZ Championship 2018 Season 2 for CS:GO only a few days away from kicking off and the complete list of teams only just completed, we’re pleased to reveal the groups of competing teams for the season. The sixteen competing teams have been divided into two groups of
Welcome back to another article in the world of Dota 2. Over the past weekend, we saw 9 teams compete for their chance at a league position in the ESL AU&NZ Championship Season 2, and we weren’t disappointed with the results and the quality of play that we saw! Following
Coming into this weekend, we had two spots to fill in the ESL AU&NZ Championship and you guessed it… we filled them! Over the last weekend, 25 teams fought it out over Saturday and Sunday for pride, glory, bragging rights, and most importantly, the championship feeding slot into the league.
Over the last weekend, the first CS:GO open qualifier of the ESL AU&NZ Championship 2018 Season 2 took place, with 21 teams competing over Saturday and Sunday. From this qualifier, we welcomed two more teams in the league, Taboo from the upper bracket qualification, and DynastyESC from the lower bracket
In our last Dota 2 article, we announced four seperate online qualifiers to determine the remaining four slots into Season 2 of the ESL AU&NZ Championship 2018. Over the past weekend (July 22, 2018), the first qualifier was run from start to finish, seeing our third team join the ranks
Sydney, Australia, July 18, Following on from BenQ ZOWIE’s support of the PUBG Global Invitational Oceania Qualifier, ESL Australia is excited to announce that BenQ ZOWIE will be the Official Monitor Partner of the 2018 ESL AU & NZ Championship Season 2 for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) and DOTA2.
Last week, we announced the ESL AU&NZ Championship 2018 Season 2 the and ways in which you could qualify for the 2018 season; one of these ways, a direct invite based upon team performance and results in the region. Today, we’re pleased to announce that those teams have been decided,
After a thrilling season one of the year, we’re excited to welcome back Counter-Strike: Global Offensive to its seventh season of the ESL AU&NZ Championship! Last season, we introduced the expansion of an eight-team league to a sixteen-team league, and we’re not looking back from here. Continuing in season two,
Did you enjoy season one of the ESL AU&NZ Championship 2018 for Dota 2? So did we! We’re thrilled to announce the continuation of Dota 2 leading into season two of the program, especially after a successful season one now in the bag. We feel like we’ve learned a lot