|Date||R||Kodus vs Võõrsil||-|
|09/12 13:55||1||Natus Vincere vs Team Vitality||3-2|
|09/11 17:10||2||Natus Vincere vs Heroic||2-1|
|09/11 13:55||2||OG vs Team Vitality||0-2|
|09/10 17:10||3||Heroic vs Team Liquid||2-1|
|09/10 14:26||-||ENCE vs Natus Vincere||0-1|
|09/10 14:00||3||Natus Vincere vs Ninjas in Pyjamas||CANC|
|09/10 13:55||3||Natus Vincere vs ENCE||2-0|
|09/09 17:45||3||Gambit vs Team Vitality||0-2|
|09/09 13:55||3||OG vs Ninjas in Pyjamas||2-1|
|09/08 17:10||7||Team Liquid vs Fnatic||2-0|
|09/08 13:55||7||forZe vs ENCE||0-2|
|09/07 17:30||7||Complexity vs Team Vitality||1-2|
The ESL Pro League (formerly ESL ESEA Pro League; shortened as EPL) is a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) professional esports league, produced by ESL. It is based on four regions: Europe, the Americas, Asia, and Oceania, and currently comprises 24 teams each season, including 12 Permanent Partner Teams. The ESL Pro League is considered to be the premier professional CS:GO league in the world and is one of the major professional leagues in esports. The ESL Pro League began as a venture between the Electronic Sports League (ESL) and E-Sports Entertainment Association League (ESEA). Its inaugural season started on May 4, 2015.
In early November 2014, the German-based Electronic Sports League announced the creation of the ESL Pro League as the European ESL league. On April 28, 2015, ESL announced a joint venture with the North American-based E-Sports Entertainment Association League to provide a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive league with US$500,000 in total prize money in the first season between two continents. It later expanded to fourteen teams per region and raised its prize pool to US$1,000,000, with two seasons running each year. ESL the prize pool once more in 2018 by making the teams fight for $1,000,000 in the Finals, raising the season prize pool by $250,000. In addition, the number of teams in the finals rose to sixteen, with more teams from regions other than North American and Europe participating in the Finals. In 2020, due to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, seasons 11 and 12 did not have a global final, instead regional finals were held in Europe and North America. In 2021, for ESL Pro League Season 13, the organization announced a changed format, with one league replacing the four regional leagues that existed prior to the pandemic. All 24 teams would travel to Europe to participate in the league, with the top 12 teams of the 24 team regular season proceeding to the finals, also in Europe. With the consolidation of the tournament into one event, the prize pool was reduced to $750,000.