Twitch and FACEIT bring ECS CS:GO league finals to Wembley Arena

FACEIT and Twitch have today announced that the LAN finals for the ECS CS:GO league will be held at Wembley Arena on June 25th and 26th.

The top eight teams from the league stage of the competition will head to Wembley Arena to battle it out across the two day event. Teams will be competing for the title of ECS Season 1 champions and of course the lion’s share of the $3.5 million prize pool.

Tickets for the event start as low as 12.99 for a standard ticket that will grant entry to the event for both days. The MVP tickets, which cost 50, will also grant access for both days but come with a special seating area right in front of the stage and a free ECS scarf. Finally the VIP Tickets will set you back 275, but come with a ton of benefits such as special stadium access, a VIP only seating area, a fast track queue at signing sessions, a VIP lounge with food and drink and of course a free ECS scarf as well as an ECS hoodie. You can grab tickets right here, with any booking of 5 tickets coming with an exclusive discount.

For those that can’t make it over to London for the event the whole thing will, of course, be streamed on Twitch.

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