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TEC CS:GO Pro League Set to Kick Off With Top Teams in the Region

Shounak Sengupta
16/Oct/2020 01:13 am

The TEC CS:GO Pro League begins on October 17.
Teams have been seeded across 3 divisions based on qualifier results.

While CS:GO has definitely suffered a setback since the launch of Valorant but the titles are still of the most played FPS titles in the world. A cult classic, despite being largely the same game Counter-Strike is still considered one of the world’s top esports due to its entertaining and immersive gameplay. Despite many of the top players in South Asia having moved on to Valorant, the CS:GO scene remains as active as ever and upcoming players are now presented with an opportunity to make a name for themselves. 

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The Dell Gaming TEC CS:GO Pro League presents players with that unique opportunity to establish themselves as the top names in South Asia and usher in the next era of Counter Strike greatness in the region. The qualifiers of the event took place recently across multiple phases and teams have been seeded into three divisions based on their performance. 

TEC CS:GO Pro LeagueImage via The Esports Club

Division 1 - The Royal Rumble 

Division 1 consists of some known names and quite a few up and coming squads as well. Bl4ze eSports will be the favorites going into the competition with names like Marzil, cara, Rossi and Raph in tow. ReckoninG Esports are also the other big hitters in the list having slowly but surely made their way to the upper tiers with the likes of Clouda, tryst and vexy in the mix. The 8 teams in Division 1 are: 

  • ReckoninG Esports
  • Bl4ze eSports
  • Fsociety
  • We Own All
  • Team ANO
  • Reactive 
  • Bhamrat Gaming
  • Bhaitard Gaming

Division 2 and 3

Divisions 2 and 3 might not be the cream of the crop but they certainly have some interesting names in the mix. 2ez being the obvious one, had an abysmal run at the qualifiers and will begin their campaign in Div 3. In Div  2, VAC Banned and fit for esports will be the ones to look out for as teams have to finish in the top 3 in order to be promoted to higher divisions. 

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As usual, tops teams across all the divisions will be receiving a slice of the prize money. The first season for Division 1 will kick off on October 17 and finish on October 31. Matches will be streamed live on the TEC India YouTube channel. 

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Shounak has been one of AFK Gaming’s longest-serving esports journalists. From Dota, to Counter Strike and now Mobile Titles, you can rely on him to bring you the latest scoop and news from the world of esports.