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All of the teams competing in ESL Pro League Season 18 have been confirmed.

Last week, competitive Counter-Strike teams from Europe, South America, and Oceania duked it out to qualify for the four remaining spots in the ESL Pro League Season 18.

The EPL: Oceania Qualifiers occurred at the start of the week. The finals had two teams from Australia attempting to claim a spot. In the end, Rooster beat VERTEX ESC in a convincing 2-0 in the finals.

The following region to compete was South America. Argentinian team 9z Team beat 00Nation in another 2-0 to secure the second spot in EPL Season 18.

The two remaining places would be taken by teams competing in the European Conference. At the end of the week, Eternal Fire and ORKS fought their way to the end, becoming the last two of the 30 qualified teams.

Now, all of the top teams will head to EPL Season 18 in Malta to see who comes out on top on an international level. Here are the teams competing in ESL Pro League Season 18, according to a press release:

  • Astralis (Partner team)
  • BIG (Partner team)
  • Complexity (Partner team)
  • ENCE (Partner team)
  • Evil Geniuses (Partner team)
  • FaZe Clan (Partner team)
  • Fnatic (Partner team)
  • FURIA (Partner team)
  • G2 Esports (Partner team)
  • Heroic (Partner team)
  • MOUZ (Partner team)
  • Natus Vincere (Partner team)
  • Ninjas in Pyjamas (Partner team)
  • Team Liquid (Partner team)
  • Team Vitality (Partner team)
  • 9INE (ESL World Ranking)
  • Cloud9 (ESL World Ranking)
  • GamerLegion (ESL World Ranking)
  • Movistar Riders (Qualified via ESL Challenger Melbourne)
  • (Qualified via ESL Challenger Katowice)
  • Monte (Qualified via ECL S44 EU)
  • MIBR (Qualified via ECL S44 NA)
  • Lynn Vision Gaming (Qualified via ECL S44 Asia)
  • Apeks (Qualified via ECL S45 EU)
  • ATK (Qualified via ECL S45 NA)
  • Rare Atom (Qualified via ECL S45 Asia)
  • Imperial Sportsbet (Qualified via Brasil Premier League)
  • GREYHOUND.Rivalry (Qualified via ESL ANZ Champs S16)
  • Eternal Fire (Qualified via European Conference)
  • ORKS (Qualified via European Conference)
  • 9z Team (Qualified via South American Qualifier)
  • Rooster (Qualified via Oceania Qualifier)

EPL Season 18 Date

The ESL Pro League Season 18 begins on August 30. It runs for five weeks and will end on October 1, 2023.

EPL Season 18 Location

The massive tournament will take place in Malta, a fan-favorite location that’s been home to previous ESL Pro League events.

EPL Season 18 Prize Pool

The teams are not only competing for the coveted title on the line but a big chunk of the $850,000 prize pool.

How to Watch the ESL Pro League Season 18

The EPL Season 18 is going to be streamed on Twitch or on the ESL Pro League site in 10 different languages. This includes English, Russian, German, Portuguese, Spanish, French, Serbian, Vietnamese, Tagalog, Polish, Chinese, and more. Check out the full list of Twitch streams here