CS:GO coming back to ELEAGUE
The North American tournament organizer ELEAGUE has announced that they will be coming back to Counter-Strike this September.
ELEAGUE, the Atlanta-based organizer with ties to the Turner network and WME-IMG has revealed that they will be doing more CS:GO in the second half of this year.
ELEAGUE's first CS:GO season was announced in December of 2015, with Virtus.pro winning the title, taking home $400,000. The second season kicked off in the latter half of last year and ended with a massive surprise as OpTic took home the title, defeating Astralis in the grand final.
CS to be shown on TBS again soon
After finishing off the first Major of the year, ELEAGUE Atlanta 2017, the organizer took on Street Fighter V and put CS:GO on hold. But the pause wasn't long, as the return of CS:GO to ELEAGUE was announced last night.
CS:GO on ELEAGUE will premiere on September 1st on TBS, but other details about the competition are still unknown.
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