The eight finalists of the Esports Championship Series, who will play in the finals next month, have been decided, with Astralis, Cloud9, EnVyUs, FaZe Clan, Immortals, OpTic Gaming, SK Gaming, and Team Dignitas all qualifying.
These are the top four teams of the European and North American divisions and their qualification follows eight weeks of league matches. In European qualifiers, round score difference saw Team Dignitas advance, with Virtus.pro falling into the relegation zone as a result, meaning both them and Fnatic will have to endure the season three promotion tournament for another spot in the league.
Cloud9 and SK Gaming finished top of the North American league, so they should be feeling pretty confident when it comes to the finals in California next month. Who do you think will win?