ESL Pro League Conference Season 16: Complete Details

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ESL Pro League Conference Season 16: Teams, Schedule, Results, Format, More

Here is everything about the EPL Conference Season 16 CS:GO tournament.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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Highlights
The ESL Pro League Conference Season 16 is all set to take place from 16th to 20th June 2022 in Jönköping, Sweden.
A total of 16 teams will be competing in the ESL Pro League Conference Season 16 which features a total prize pool of $27,000 USD.
Here are the complete details for the LAN CS:GO tournament which is a part of DreamHack Summer 2022 and will be taking place in front of a live audience.

The ESL Pro League (EPL) Conference Season 16 is all set to take place from 16th to 20th June, featuring a total prize pool of $27,000 USD (INR 21,06,157) and six qualification slots for the ESL Pro League Season 16.

This qualifier is a part of the DreamHack Summer 2022 taking place in Jönköping, Sweden. It will witness participation from 16 CS:GO teams, each one of them having made their way through various regional qualifiers and then the top six shall move forward to the main event. As all teams belong to different regions, they will be competing in an offline format in front of a live audience.

Here is the complete information for the ESL Pro League Conference Season 16, everything from teams, groups, schedule, results, format, prize pool split, livestream details, and more.

ESL Pro League Conference Season 16: Everything you need to know

Though the ESL Pro League Season 16 is still far way away and shall commence at the end of August later this year, the competition for securing the available open slots has already begun, six of them on the line for the teams competing in the upcoming ESL Pro League Conference Season 16.

Teams

All the 16 CS:GO teams participating in this tournament have qualified for it through various regional qualifiers including both ESL Challengers and ESEA Divisional tournaments. However, only the top six teams will be moving ahead to the main event.

Format

ESL Pro League Conference Season 16 will be a single-stage qualifier tournament set to take place in a studio environment at the Elmia Studio located in Jönköping, Sweden. Here is how it will be played out,

  • All the 16 competing teams will go up against each other in a double elimination bracket where every match will be a best-of-three series.

  • The upper bracket will witness qualification of four teams, while the remaining two teams will be qualifying through the lower bracket.

ESL Pro League Conference Season 16 - Bracket

ESL Pro League Conference Season 16 - Bracket

Schedule and Results

All the 22 matches will take place from 16th to 20th June 2022

  • 16th June - UB Round 1 (8 Matches)

  • 17th June - LB Round 1 (4 Matches), UB Round 2 (2 Matches)

  • 18th June - UB Round 2 (2 Matches), LB Round 2 (1 Match)

  • 19th June - LB Round 2 (3 Matches)

  • 20th June - LB Round 3 (2 Matches)

The six teams qualifying for the ESL Pro League Season 16 are,

  1. MIBR

  2. Endpoint

  3. Eternal Fire

  4. Outsiders

  5. HEET

  6. FTW

ESL Pro League Conference Season 16 - Talent

ESL Pro League Conference Season 16 - Talent

Prize Pool Split

The total prize pool of $27,000 USD (INR 21,06,157) will be split between only those teams that do not qualify ahead to the ESL Pro League Season 16. This is a great initiative by ESL to reward all the competing teams, with the top six getting a chance to play at the main event and those going back home receiving a part of the prize pool as per their standing.

Livestreams

The ESL Pro League Conference Season 16 will be livestreamed across both Twitch and ESL TV, the tournament organizer's very own streaming platform which is a part of the ESL Gaming Network, in multiple different languages.

This is the first time that the ESL Pro League Conference will be taking place in front of a live audience as it is part of the DreamHack Summer 2022, which is being held in Jönköping, Sweden. The 16 teams competing here are playing for the top six spots in a bid to qualify for the ESL Pro League Season 16, which will make for some thrilling CS:GO action.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.