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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Rumour: CS:GO pros vote to play in ESL Pro League over PEA

A new report suggests that the disagreements were never resolved.

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We reported last month that 25 CS:GO players signed an open letter criticising teams and the PEA over the tournament, with players taking issue with having to compete exclusively in the PEA, which means they would miss out on the ESL Pro League, among other things.

Well according to a recent report by Slingshot Esports, these issues haven't been resolved, and apparently yesterday players voted to play in Season 5 of the ESL Pro League rather than the PEA league. According to the same rumour, this also means that PEA will stop participating in Counter-Strike for the future.

Do you think the players were justified in their criticisms?

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Photo: ESL

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