Brazilian Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO) team MIBR will play two championships in the coming days. The squad led by Gabriel “FalleN” Toledo defends his shirt at Flashpoint 1 and ESL Pro League Season 11 NA. The tournaments are already in their playoffs and the matches will take place from next Thursday (9). Brazilian FURIA Esports is also qualified for the Pro League knockout, and will play against MIBR. See below the dates, times and where to watch the games live.
ESL Pro League
The first MIBR challenge this week will take place next Thursday (9), and the team’s opponent will be FURIA. The classic “MIBR vs FURIA” will be valid for the Pro League’s Lower Bracket. The two teams qualified for the playoffs in third and fourth place on the table. The best-of-three series (MD3) takes place from 17:00 GMT, and will be broadcast live on the league’s channels on Twitch TV and YouTube.
The winner of this match advances in the competition and faces the team that emerges victorious from the match between Team Liquid and Evil Geniuses, the first two placed on the table. The tournament final is scheduled for Sunday (12th) and will be a better series of five (MD5). See the table below with the times and dates for the Pro League finals.
The ESL Pro League is one of the most traditional CS: GO tournaments in the world and is in its 11th season. The North American tournament has a total prize of US $ 219 thousand (about R $ 1.1 million in direct conversion).
Flashpoint also continues with its matches this week with the start of the playoffs. As the competition has eight teams in the knockout stage, the stage will be longer than the Pro League. MIBR, which is the only team that represents Brazil in the dispute, returns to play for the league on Friday (10), against FunPlus Phoenix, starting at 17:00 in Brasília time. The outcome of the match will determine whether the team progresses in the Upper Bracket or the Lower Bracket.
The Upper Bracket and Lower Bracket take place between Saturday (11) and Tuesday (14). After that, Flashpoint will take a short break and return with the Lower Bracket’s decision on Saturday (18th). The final of the competition is scheduled for Sunday (19), also from 17h00. All games in this stage will be MD3 series broadcast live on the league’s channels on Twitch and YouTube.
Flashpoint is a CS: GO league that is in its first season. The tournament, which was divided into stages, has a total prize pool of US $ 1 million (about R $ 5 million).