ECS Season 2 Finals – The Last Big CSGO Event of 2016

ECS Season 2 Finals – The Last Big CSGO Event of 2016

ECS Season 2 Finals will be this year’s last big csgo tournament. The ECS S2 Finals will be held in Anaheim, California, USA this time around. Eight of the best teams in the world have fought their way through the online season all the way to the LAN tournament in the USA. We have three days filled with awesome CSGO betting opportunities to look forward to.

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ECS Season 2 Finals Group-stage

The group-stage play starts on Friday, December 9th and will feature bo1 elimination matches and bo3 deciders. You’ll be able to bet on every match on Betway, Bet365, and Unibet.

Groups look like following: Group A – Astralis, Cloud9, FaZe, and OpTic. Group B – SK, EnVyUs, Immortals, and dignitas.

Two teams from each group will go through to the playoffs. Group A is definitely the group of death. Every team in that group has the potential to beat each other, so no definite favorite to top the group.

SK should be able to battle their way to the playoffs. The number two of the group is up for grabs, though. EnVyUS, Immortals, and dignitas are all on the same level. But, dignitas are playing with a stand-in, we’ll see how much it will affect them.

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ECS Season 2 Finals Schedule

Friday, December 9th

20:15 Astralis vs OpTiC
21:20 FaZe vs Cloud9

22:45 Group A Winner Match

00:00 SK vs dignitas
01:15 Immortals vs EnVyUs
02:30 Group B Winner Match

Saturday, December 10th

19:15 Group A elimination match
22:15 Group B elimination match
01:15 Group A decider
04:15 Group B decider

Sunday, December 11th

20:15 Semi-final #1
23:30 Semi-final #2
03:00 Grand Final

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