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GODSENT made it to Esports Championship Series Season 5

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GODSENT made it to Esports Championship Series Season 5

In the lower bracket of Challenger Cup GODSENT managed to win 2-1 over Natus Vincere and got to the European CS:GO division.

GODSENT became the last participant in Esports Championship Series Season 5. Astralis, Team EnVyUs, FaZe Clan, Fnatic, G2 Esports, mousesports, Ninjas in Pyjamas and Virtus.pro got invited directly as they are the best participant in the previous season and Gambit eSports together with GODSENT got to the league with the help of Challenger Cup.

See also: s1mple to miss WESG 2017

In the North American division, the list of participants has been completed as well. Cloud9, Team Liquid, NRG eSports, OpTic Gaming, SK Gaming, Luminosity Gaming and Renegades got direct invitations for their good results in the previous season. Initially there must be 10 invites but not 9, but because of Counter Logic Gaming had dismissed their roster and lost their slot, the organizers decided to give another one quota for the participants in Challenger Cup. Rogue, eUnited and compLexity Gaming could get to the North American league with the help of Challenger Cup.

The prize pool of each division will consist of $45,000. Esports Championship Series Season 5 Finals will be held on 8-10 June in London. The holding place will be Wembley Arena, and the prize pool will be $750,000. The winner of the championship will get the main money reward of $250,000.

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