CSGO Receive Home Sweet Home InvitePosted by Vexed CSGO January 12, 2021 in
Following our strong 2020 CSGO season where the team reached ESL Premiership Finals, ESEA playoffs and gave a dominating performance to win the Kayzr League, the team are looking to make their mark for UKCS in the European Circuit.
We are pleased to announce we have received an invitation as a flagship team to the #HOMESWEETHOME Series with a prizepool of $1.2 Million.
With the first game starting at 8am (GMT) 20th January, we’ll be going up against 3 other teams from Western Europe in order to secure our spot in the Regional Swiss stage of the tournament and play for our share of $16,000.
We’re really excited to see what our roster can do in 2021 and are excited to take part in Home Sweet Home 2021.
Kicking of 2021, We will partaking in the Snow sweet Snow series! Our regional draw can be found below!
Sprout – representing Germany, currently at #30 in World Ranking (won ESEA Season 34: Premier Division – Europe in July last year
Endpoint – founded in 2016, sitting at #33 with their huge victory in ESEA Season 35: Premier Division – Europe (2020)
Sinners – representing Czech Republic, the winners of Mistrovství ČR 2020 (Czech Championship 2020)
LDLC OL – the legendary French org, most recently winners of the ESL Championnat National Winter 2020
Gamer Legion – being another team representing Germany, they won the Flashe Super Slam just last month!
Vexed – Formed in 2015, with 2 CSGO Majors under their belts and hailing from the UK we’re coming in hot after taking 2nd place in the ESL Premiership Autumn 2020!
It’s going to be a blast having such strong teams be #HOME for HSH 2021!
HomeSweetHome is an online CS:GO tournament featuring remarkable teams across all European countries organized by Relog Media with a weekly prize pool of $40,000. The structure of three HSH 2021 winter edition tournaments and prize pools will consist of: Regional GSL ($1,000 per qualifying team), Regional Swiss stage ($2,000 per qualifying team), Main Swiss ($3,000 per qualifying team) and the Playoffs (with $44,000).