MINNEAPOLIS (PRWEB) January 27, 2020
WINNERS League has its North American champions. Brazil’s INTZ defeated North American rivals Swole Patrol last night with a score of 2-0.
INTZ takes home the trophy after dominating WINNERS League through seven weeks in the league’s group stage. The team also proved unstoppable during the league’s three rounds of playoff matchups. With INTZ’s crowning, WINNERS League Season 3 comes to an end in North America. The team became just the second side to progress through the North American Invite Division and claim the title of WINNERS League champion.
WINNERS League is an online invitational Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament that hosts 32 of the world’s best pro teams on the rise, providing them exposure through a fully produced tournament. WINNERS League is comprised of North American and European regions broken down into Starter, Main, and Invite divisions.
Teams begin their journey in Starter, fighting for a spot in their region’s WINNERS League Main Division. From there, continued success against their peers allows growing teams the chance to receive an invitation to the WINNERS League Invite Division to compete for the title of WINNERS League Champion.
WINNERS League has seen several teams find international success after honing their skills on the platform.
After three seasons in WINNERS League, the United Kingdom’s Team Endpoint is slated to attend DreamHack Open Anaheim and compete against some of the titans of Counter-Strike. MAD Lions, another member of WINNERS League’s Invite division is currently competing in DreamHack Open Leipzig. They are joined by a Cloud9 team that competed in WINNERS League under the ATK banner.
WIN is an esports company founded by esports enthusiasts, and provides three main products to esports fans around the globe. The first is WIN.gg, an esports media platform featuring fresh content and a searchable database that includes thousands of players and teams spanning the world’s biggest esports titles.
WIN.gg also provides live updates on ongoing esports events and tournaments, as well as a curated schedule encompassing League of Legends, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and DotA 2 that enables users to track the latest results from these competitions in real time. The second is WINNERS League, a competitive CS:GO league structure that is based on the FACEIT platform. The third is WINNERS.bet, a sportsbook built from the ground up specifically for esports and its native audience.