ESL One Frankfurt 2016
-- Europe (April 2): full bracket
-- America (Jan 30): TBA
-- SEA (April 3): full bracket
-- China (TBA)
-- Europe: 12 teams (8 invited + 4 from Open Qualifiers)
-- America: 12 teams (8 invited + 4 from Open Qualifiers)
-- SEA: 12 teams (8 invited + 4 from Open Qualifiers)
-- China : 12 teams
Playoffs taking place at Commerzbank-Arena - in Frankfurt, Germany
- 8 team, double elimination group stage, best of 3
- top 2 advance to Playoffs
- single elimination, best of 3 with Final best of 5
3 Invited - Alliance, OG, Liquid
2 Qualified (EU) - Vega, Na'Vi
1 Qualified (AM) - coL
1 Qualified (SEA) - Fnatic
1 Qualified (China) - LGD replaced by VP
Albums - ESL One Frankfurt 2016
Group A (Complete)
Group B (Complete)
Features - ESL One Frankfurt 2016
When I first wrote about ESL One Frankfurt, 3 years ago, one of my friends that doesn’t follow eSports asked me, “And, how was the festival?”. The word 'festival' perfectly sums up what has ESL built over time, here in Frankfurt.
At the last day of ESL One Frankfurt 2016, Alan 'Nahaz' Bester and Ben 'Noxville' Steenhuisen took the time to discuss some topics related to statistics with GosuGamers.
Gosugamers caught up with compLexity's manager, Kyle 'Beef' Bautista, after their match against OG on the first day of ESL One Frankfurt for an interview. Among the topics discussed are coL's TI6 preperations and their plans for a coach.
News for ESL One Frankfurt 2016
The final of ESL One Frankfurt saw OG taking on Na’Vi.
Na'Vi eliminated Vega 2-0 and cleared their way to face OG in the ESL One Frankfurt best-of-five grand final later in the day.
The final day at ESL One Frankfurt began with the first semi-final, which saw OG taking on Team Liquid. The top two ranked teams in the world battle it out in a rematch of the Manila Major finals - who will make it to the final?
The final series of the day would see Na’Vi and compLexity Gaming battling it out to avoid elimination.