ESL Pro League Season 7 - EU
Another season of the ESL Pro League is upon us. While Fnatic came out on top of Europe during the regular season for Season 6, they fell by the wayside against FaZe Clan in the semifinals. FaZe went on to lose 3-1 to SK Gaming in the grand finals, giving the Pro League crown back to the North American region. Who will rise from Europe to try and bring the crown back home?

Event Dates:
February 13, 2018 through April 26, 2018

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Recaps Of This Event

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Read the latest news about players competing in ESL Pro League Season 7 - EU

Starts Week 7 on a high note
April 25, 2018
MODDII went 40/36 on Tuesday in a 2-0 series win over Team EnVyUs in Week 7 of ESL Pro League Season 7.
ANALYSIS
Train was the first map that MODDII took in the neck-and-neck series with EnVyUs, where he picked up a strong 4-0 lead on the T-side. The comfortable lead began to whittle away, but Heroic still came out on top with a 9-6 half. MODDII's contested second half saw all thirty rounds on Train, as he peeled away with a 16-14 win, posting a 21/20 KD and an 80.7 ADR. The start to Cobblestone saw MODDII faced with a 5-0 deficit on the T-side, but this time around it was MODDII to be whittling away the EnVyUs lead, as the half saw both sides duke it out. MODDII came up big for Heroic to secure Round 13 with a triple entry kill on the B-bombsite, breaking the tie for a 7-6 lead. EnVyUs ended the half with an 8-7 lead but could not carry it into the second half, where MODDII held the line for a 16-13 series win.
Holds off nV for the sweep
April 25, 2018
es3tag posted a 45/39 Kd on Tuesday in a 2-0 series win over Team EnVyUs in Week 7 of ESL Pro League Season 7.
ANALYSIS
The series kicked off on Train, where es3tag started his CT-side with a 4-0 deficit early but managed to break the nV economy to contest. The two teams traded rounds, as they were unable to take over until EnVyUs broke the 7-7 tie to take the 8-7 lead at the half. es3tag didn't waste any time in the second half and finally put an end to nV's comeback for a 16-14 win, posting a 21/22 KD and an 80.7 ADR along the way. The series shifted to Cobblestone, where es3tag got a better start on his T-side with a huge 5-0 lead. It wasn't long before nV began to shut down the split near drop area and the push out of B, as es3tag saw the lead reduce to a 9-6 half. nV got the better start in the second half, but nothing could stop es3tag, who secured a team-leading 2417 KD and 103.3 ADR in the 16-13 win.
Hands nV 2-0 loss
April 25, 2018
JUGi posted a 48/35 KD on Tuesday in a 2-0 series win over Team EnVyUs in Week 7 of ESL Pro League Season 7.
ANALYSIS
JUGi began the series on Train with a rather slow start as his CT-side saw a 4-0 deficit right from the get-go, but it wasn't long before JUGi got right back on his feet with a stable enough economy to track down nV and contest for the lead. JUGi fought tooth and nail as the two sides traded rounds, thanks to JUGi's 1-vs-2 clutch in Round 14 to tie the game 7-7 before EnVyUs secured the 8-7 half. nV put up a fight through the second half, keeping the rounds tight as possible, but in the end JUGi broke free from nV's defense for a 16-14 win. JUGi then sailed into Cobblestone to put up five straight for the T-side, and JUGi came out on top by sniping down four to close out the 9-6 half. He then went on to secure the tightly knit second half as nV didn't make it easy in his 2-0 victory.
Not happy about the 2-0 loss
April 25, 2018
Happy posted a 39/34 KD on Tuesday in a 2-0 loss to Heroic in Week 7 of ESL Pro League Season 7.
ANALYSIS
Happy got the start needed to put Heroic on their heels early with a clean 4-0 lead on the T-side of Train. Heroic came back and hit hard on the CT-side to give Happy a run for his money, in which his economy was shattered to result in a close 8-7 half. The two sides tried to establish a lead early on but to no avail, as Happy fired back but came up short for a 16-14 loss. He then moved to Cobblestone, where he spent the majority of the first half trailing Heroic for a 9-6 half. From there, the second half was eventually claimed by Heroic, who saw the 2-0 series win after their 16-13 bout on Cobble.
Swept for a 2-0 loss
April 25, 2018
hAdji went 47/35 on Tuesday in a 2-0 series loss to Heroic in Week 7 of ESL Pro League Season 7.
ANALYSIS
hAdji kicked off the series on Train, where he opened up the T-side with a triple kill to secure the pistol round. From there, he went on to help secure a 4-0 lead before Heroic began contesting, tying the half 6-6. The two sides traded rounds, but in the end, hAdji held on to the 8-7 lead, hAdji continued through the second half, taking round after round to come close to forcing overtime, but falling short in the 16-14 loss, posting a 23/16 KD and 78.2 ADR. hAdji moved on to Cobblestone, where he was on the wrong side of the first half as he was faced with an early 5-0 deficit. hAdji trailed Heroic through the first half to find themselves three rounds down in going into the second. hAdji dished it out with Heroic, but could not keep pushing through to result in a 2-0 loss.
Unable to overcome Heroic
April 25, 2018
RpK posted a 26/42 KD on Tuesday in a 2-0 series loss to Heroic in Week 7 of ESL Pro League Season 7.
ANALYSIS
RpK began the series on Train, where he came out on the T-side red hot to help secure a 4-0 lead. Heroic came back to contest for two straight, but RpK put his foot down to secure three more. From there, Heroic got the best of RpK to rally back and settle the half with an 8-7 score. The two sides then battled through the second half to try an establish a lead, but in the end, Rpk was unable to secure it, posting a team-leading 26/21 KD and 100.7 ADR in the 16-14 loss. The series then moved on to Cobblestone, where Heroic posted a 5-0 lead before RpK could get on the board with his triple-kill hold on the A-bombsite, and from there, he was only able to trail the first half for a 9-6 deficit. RpK continued trailing through the second half before reaching a 12-12 tie, but even then RpK trailed for an eventual 16-13 loss.
Returns to active lineup for EPL
April 24, 2018
Heroic has announced that JUGi will stand-in for the team's in-game leader, Snappi.
ANALYSIS
The Danish AWPer will be returning to the lineup after being benched weeks prior to Copenhagen Games 2018 due to personal issues. During that time es3tag has been filling that void through the online and offline competitions. Now, the in-game leader, Snappi will not partake in the Pro League action for an undisclosed reason. After nearly two months of inactivity, JUGi returns to face Team EnVyUS on Tuesday in the final week of ESL Pro League Season 7 regulation.
Revenge on Inferno for the split
April 15, 2018
dennis gained a 40/39 KD on Thursday in a 1-1 split against North in Week 6 of ESL Pro League Season 7.
ANALYSIS
dennis began the week on the lighter side of things as he led his team through a dominating first half on Nuke with a 12-3 lead for the CT-side. However, the sides switched and so did the momentum as North dominated their CT-side for twelve rounds against dennis' offense to force overtime. dennis was unable to respond in the overtime rounds as North swept for four rounds to claim the 19-15 series lead. The series then shifted to Inferno where dennis came out red-hot in the first half on the T-side to win nine straight before North could respond. At that point North did their best to get four rounds before the sides switched, where dennis continued to press on to claim the series sweep, posting an 18/14 KD and 105.2 ADR in the 16-6 win.
Clutches Inferno for the split
April 15, 2018
REZ posted a 39/32 KD on Thursday in a 1-1 split against North in Week 6 of ESL Pro League Season 7.
ANALYSIS
REZ came out on top in the series starter on Nuke, where the CT-side saw a 12-3 lead in the first half. However, the second half was all North on the defensive come back but REZ stood tall in Round 25 with a triple kill clutch to prevent the defuse for the 14-11 lead. After reaching map point, North came right back to force the overtime rounds where REZ was unable to help secure a single round in the 19-15 loss. The series then moved on to Inferno where REZ had another lighting first half starting with a 1-vs-2 clutch to secure the pistol. From there, he helped dominate the first half and closed out the 11-4 lead with another 1-vs-2 clutch to secure the post-plant. REZ then pressed on in the second half to win five defensive rounds to earn the series split, posting a 16/12 KD and 82.0 ADR.
Perfect on Inferno
April 15, 2018
draken went 36/36 on Thursday in a 1-1 split against North in Week 6 of ESL Pro League Season 7.
ANALYSIS
The series started on Nuke where NiP picked up the first half with a 12-3 lead, however, a rather quiet performance from draken began to get worse as the second half was all North to come back and contest the lead. Despite NiP reaching map point, North fired back to for the overtime rounds, where draken was unavailable through the four rounds in the 19-15 loss. draken saw a much better improvement on Inferno where the first half was all draken getting the entry-kills needed to take the 11-4 for the T-side. The second half was a slower start but draken eventually reach map point by sniping down three on the B-bombsite hold, which led NiP to the series sweep on the back of draken's 23/13 KD and 97.4 ADR.