The venue for the Esports Championship Series (ECS) has been unveiled, and the tournament will return to Wembley's SSE Arena, with tickets now available at this link.
The ECS season will begin on April 14, with the finals coming to the SS Arena from June 23 to 25, where top Counter-Strike: Global Offensive teams will battle it out for a share of the $1,500,000 USD prize pool, as well as the title of season three champions.
Fans who aren't seeing the action in person can still watch the competition via FACEIT's YouTube channel, but those who do want to buy tickets can buy standard ones for £12.99, and premium ones for £40.00, the latter receiving improved seating and a limited edition ECS cap. Also, students will get a 50% discount on a standard ticket too, and if you order right now you can get 30% discounts on all tickets.
"We're thrilled to bring the excitement of the ECS Finals back to Wembley in London," said Michele Attisani, CBO and co-founder of FACEIT. "After an epic Finals in Southern California in Season Two, we're looking forward to hosting Europe's esports fans for the culmination of ECS Season Three."
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