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ESL Pro League Returns!

NiP came out swinging in their Season 15 debut match

ESL Pro League Season 15 is officially underway. Four groups of six will battle it out over the coming weeks for a total of $823,000. First place is the golden ticket, however, with $175,000 in winnings and a spot at the BLAST World Final 2022.

Group A is already duking it out with NiP coming out the gate swinging in a dominant performance over Fnatic. G2, Entropiq, Mouz, and LFO are all still in it and vying for a spot at the top.

Seeing how G2 handles their recent finals loss will be fun while Group B will get to see the IEM Katowice champions FaZe in their first outing since they hoisted the trophy. It won't be easy though with ENCE and Vitality both in the group.

We won't look too far ahead, but North America makes its debut in Group C with Liquid and then it comes Evil Geniuses' time to shine in Group D where they'll have to best Astralis, Heroic, or Na'Vi's record to make it out. That's a tall order even with the recent Na'Vi results - they'll be a contender and that goes without saying.

Best teams in Counter-Strike fighting it out over the next few weeks? Count us in. Make sure you catch it live here.

VCT is being solidified in NA

One thing is for certain - 100 Thieves will not be moving on in VCT NA Stage 1. The roster has officially been marked off the list alongside Evil Geniuses in Group A.

This means the remaining four teams will move into the playoffs. The Guard and Cloud9 have looked dominant in their group and will be entering the playoffs at the top seeds.

Version 1 and Sentinels are holding the top two spots in Group B, but this one is far less settled. OpTic and Knights hold 2-2 records on the fringe while Rise currently sits at 1-3 and has only a slight hope of making it through. NRG is the one team that can already expect to be watching from the sidelines.

The final pieces are coming together and you don't want to miss the action. Tune in here.

Esports to Watch

OpTic took home the victory in front of a home crowd

CDL keeps truckin' following OpTic Major

The trophy was raised and now the dust has settled in the CDL as it returns to season play. OpTic took down FaZe in a thrilling grand final to secure the first Major of the season, but there's still plenty of CoD to play. A few roster changes have been made and even better, there's a FaZe hot for revenge. Make sure you keep up with how it all plays out.

Another LoL update, another win for T1

It's probably getting a little old, but..well..T1 is still winning in the LCK. However! Big news as TSM picked up their second win of the season in the LCS, which is an unfortunate thing to be a part of if you're Golden Guardians. In the LEC it's Rogue and Fnatic at the top with 14-4 and 13-5 records respectively while Astalis finishes the list with a 3-15. And Finally, LPL is led by Victory Five & Weibo with an 85% and 83% win percentage. Stay up-to-date.

We have another exciting update to the Juked app with some special Easter eggs. And many bigger announcements... coming soonTM

Learn more about our latest patch notes on the Juked Blog.