ECS Season 5 Finals Teams Have Been Determined
The ECS regular season ended on May 12 in both Europe and North America, with eight teams, four from North America and four from Europe, qualifying for the ECS finals. The finals are set to begin on June 8-10 in Wembley, London.
Congratulations to the qualified teams heading to London for the #ECS5 Finals! ?— ECS (@ecs) May 12, 2018
? Who will lift the trophy on June 10th?
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The eight teams are Astralis, G2, Fnatic, FaZe Clan, NRG, Cloud9, Luminosity and Team Liquid. In Europe, Gambit and EnVyUs will have to play the ECS Season 6 Challenger Cup to keep their slot in the ECS. In North America, it will be OpTic and compLexity who will have to play for their spots.
ECS returns to SSE Arena, Wembley, for the Season 5 finals where the eight playoff teams will compete for a part of the $750,000 prize pool. Fans can earn community rewards from ticket sales and can also win prizes through loot drops when watching live matches.