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ESL Pro League Season 13 Completed

ESL Pro League Season 13

Mar 8, 2021Apr 11, 2021

ESL Pro League Season 13 is here before you know it! We’ve been dealing with COVID-19 making it harder to compete outside of regions, but they still manage to have an amazing lineup of 24 teams for this tournament.

Astralis ran away with the victory in season 12, and are back to show teams like Liquid, Vitality and NAVI that their team still stands strong. This is one of the larger tournaments you will see this year, with a prize pool of nothing less than $750,000!

So, grab your favorite drink and find a sweet spot on the sofa and get ready nonstop action with some of the best teams you can find in Counter-Strike for the time being.

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ESL Pro League Season 13 is being held in World World

Prize pool


Highlighted players

We have selected five players that you should look out for in ESL Pro League Season 13 - because they are on the rise or is the best players right now. Use the information with common sense and don't use our subjective assessment in games or betting if you do not agree.

Plopski showed many skills during 2020. Ending as the player who showed the best performance against Astralis, he will probably be a thorn in their eye. With a will to survive, they will have to fight hard to take him out.

Qualifying through ESEA MDL Season 35 Europe flameZ shined all the way. He’s a player with great overview, huge impact, and allover stats the most would be more than satisfied to obtain.

We can’t deny that ZywOo is and will be one of the top players in the world for a long time. Coming out on the top at IEM Global Challenge 2020, with a 1.40 rating, shows that this man got the skills it takes to be at the top of the table with his team.

EliGE is a player incomparable to others, with his unique style and sense of playing the game. He is very consistent, and manages to stay in the top at most times. With the loss of teammate Twistzz, he and Liquid will face a new challenge in the upcoming tournaments.

Together with the rest of the Astralis team, dev1ce continues to reach the stars. Being the defending champions and ending 2020 with a 3-0 victory over Team Liquid, pressure is on his shoulders. The AWPer with a high damage-rate will never go unnoticed.

Tournament format

Group Stage:

  • Four single round-robin format groups
  • Each group has six teams
  • All matches are BO3
  • Group winners proceed to the Play-In
  • Group 2nd & 3rd place teams advance to the Round of 12 in the playoffs


  • The Play-In stage use a Single-Elimination bracket
  • All matches are BO3
  • Winning teams advance to the Semifinals
  • Losing teams advance to the Quarterfinals


  • The playoffs use a Single-Elimination bracket
  • All matches are BO3

The Grand Final is BO5