Astralis added insult to injury by winning Clash for Cash: The Rematch against ELEAGUE Major runners-up Virtus.pro. The event was put on by Turner’s ELEAGUE and pitted the two teams together as a follow up to January’s wild match. Astralis won 7-16, 16-4, 16-3, pocketing the $250,000 prize at the GFUEL ELEAGUE Arena in Atlanta.
— TurnerSportsPR (@TurnerSportsPR) June 17, 2017
Since 2016 ELEAGUE has produced two seasons of a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive league, a CS:GO major, the Overwatch Open, and the Street Fighter V Invitational.
ELEAGUE’s upcoming schedule features another full-season CS:GO league called ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier 2017. League play begins Friday, September 1st. ELEAGUE will also return to the FGC scene with an Injustice 2 World Championship in October.
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