ESL Premiership Spring Season Finals will be played live in Manchester in front of a live audience bigger than ever before
ESL Premiership, the longest standing tournament in the UK, will be taken on tour - and Manchester is the first stop. Two Premiership titles, two Finals, one venue. Communities colliding - Rainbow Six Siege and CS:GO viewers will have a chance to meet up in the Bowlers Exhibition Centre in Manchester on 30th and the 31st of March respectively.
In the previous seasons of the ESL Premiership, the Finals have taken place in our local Studio One in Leicester, or were part of larger gaming events like MCM Comic Con or EGX. ESL UK is looking to evolve the ESL Premiership Season Finals into self-standing esports events, starting off in Manchester.
With Winter Season Finals for the Rainbow Six Siege having sold out in just a few days, we’re excited to bring the ESL Premiership to a much bigger venue. Individual tickets to each of the Finals, as well as Weekend Passes, will be going live at 9:00am GMT on Friday 22nd of February.
To purchase tickets for the Rainbow Six Siege Final on the 30th head to esl.im/r6sfinals
To attend the CS:GO Final on the 31st make sure you go to esl.im/csgofinals.
Weekend passes can be purchased on both of those sites.
There will be plenty to do between the matches as well - booths with various merchandise to purchase; Ubisoft free-to-play areas, where the attendees will have the chance to try out different games from the Rainbow Six Siege developers and much more.
If you can’t attend the live Finals, you can follow #ESLPrem online:
Twitch CS:GO - https://www.twitch.tv/esl_csgo
Twitch R6S - https://www.twitch.tv/rainbowsix_uk
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