ESL UK has revealed that it will host the Spring finals of the CS:GO ESL Premiership powered by Intel and Gaming from Currys PC World on April 14 and 15, where the UK's top four teams will battle it out at ESL UK's Studio 1 in Leicester for the £13,000 prize pool and a spot at the European Mountain Dew League, the development team for smaller rosters to shine and potentially work their way up to the Pro League.
The Premiership started on February 19, with 10 teams battling it out for supremacy, and after the playoffs between March 26 and April 2 the top four will head to Leicester, where the recent ESL UK Premiership finals were held for Rainbow Six: Siege, to complete the seventh season.
"We can't wait to host the finals of the 2018 Counter Strike: Global Offensive Spring Premiership," said James Dean, UK managing director at ESL. "The Premiership is really the peak of grassroots Counter Strike in the UK, so this will be a superb competition! We're very proud to support our UK teams and, through our partnership with Mountain Dew League, to provide them with a direct path to develop into world-class players."
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