ESL Premiership Spring 2022 has come to an end. At the championship, which was held online from March 7 to April 10, 12 teams from the UK fought for a prize pool of £15,000, as well as a direct ticket to the ESL Pro League Conference Season 16. The winner of the tournament was the EndPoint team, which in the grand final was stronger than Into The Breach with a score of 3:1 (Inferno - 16:6; Vertigo - 16:10; Mirage - 11:16; Dust 2 - 16:13).
The British team started its journey in the tournament with five wins in the group stage, where it outplayed FAMBIT (16:11), The Last Resort (16:2), Lucent Esports (16:11), Heaven and Hell (16:13) and NeverBrokeAgain.
Having made it to the playoffs, Endpoint first dealt with BLVKHVND (2:1), and then confidently outplayed Into The Breach (3:1) in the grand final, thanks to which it qualified for the ESL Pro League Conference Season 16.
Results of ESL Premiership Spring 2022
- 1st place: Endpoint - £5,500 + slot for ESL Pro League Conference Season 16.
- 2nd Place: Into The Breach - £2,600
- 3rd-4th place: FAMBIT and BLVKHVND - £1,200.
- 5th-6th place: EKO eSports and The Last Resort - £1,000.
- 7th-8th place: ROYALS and Lucent Esports - £600.
- 9th-10th place: NEDS and Heaven and Hell Esports - £400.
- 11th-12th place: 5Kittens and NeverBrokeAgain - £250.
The current ESL Pro League Conference Season 16 lineup is as follows: Virtus.pro, Sprout, MIBR, paiN Gaming, HEET, Endpoint, Rare Atom and LookingForOrg.