ESL Impact League Season 4 is an all-women CS:GO esports tournament.

ESL FACEIT Group (EFG) has announced the details for CS:GO ESL Impact League Season 4. This is an all-women CS:GO circuit featuring 28 teams duking it out for spots in DreamHack Valencia's ESL Impact Global Finals. Read on for the CS:GO ESL Impact Season 4 schedule, format, teams, prizing, and more!

CS:GO ESL Impact Season 4 schedule (Image via ESL)
CS:GO ESL Impact Season 4 schedule (Image via ESL)

ESL Impact Season 4 schedule and format

The CS:GO esports event will kick off on Sept. 13 and feature teams from North America, Europe, and South America. A total of 28 teams will battle for a spot in the ESL Impact League Season 4 Global Finals, which will take place between Dec. 8 to Dec. 10 at DreamHack Valencia. Only eight teams will make it to the Feria de Valencia stage in Spain.

Here is the full ESL Impact Season 4 schedule:

  • League Season (NA, EU, and SA): Sept. 13 to Oct. 29
  • Wildcard Qualifiers (Asia): Oct. 6 to Oct. 8
  • Season 4 Global Finals: Dec. 8 to Dec. 10
ESL Impact at DreamHack Dallas 2023 (Image via ESL/Adela Sznajder)
ESL Impact at DreamHack Dallas 2023 (Image via ESL/Adela Sznajder)

Below is the format for each region and tournament stage:

  • League Season (NA and SA)
    • Each region features one group of eight teams
    • The Group Stage features a single round robin and best-of-three matches
    • The winning and runner-up teams advance to the Season 4 Global Finals
  • League Season (EU)
    • This region features two groups of six teams
    • The Group Stage features a single round robin and best-of-three matches
    • The first-place team from each group will head to the Season 4 Global Finals
    • The second-place team from each group plays a decider best-of-three match
      • The winning team advances to the Season 4 Global Finals
  • Wildcard Qualifiers (Asia)
    • These qualifiers are feature single-bracket, best-of-three matches
    • Interested teams can sign up on the EFG website
    • One team will advance to the Season 4 Global Finals
  • Season 4 Global Finals
    • Group Stage
      • Eight teams are divided into two groups of four and fight in double-elimination matches
      • best-of-one matches in the upper-bracket
      • Best-of-three matches in the lower-bracket
      • Top two teams per group advance to the Playoffs
    • Playoffs
      • Four teams battle in a single-elimination bracket under the best-of-three format
      • Two teams advance to the Grand Final
    • Grand Final
      • Two teams battle in a best-of-three match

Fans and supporters can catch all of the CS:GO esports action on Youtube and Twitch.

CS:GO DreamHack Dallas 2023 winners (Image via ESL/Adela Sznajder)
CS:GO DreamHack Dallas 2023 winners (Image via ESL/Adela Sznajder)

CS:GO ESL Impact Season 4 prize pool

A total prize pool of $150,000 will be up for grabs throughout the season, and the winner of the ESL Impact League Season 4 Global Finals will take home $50,000.

  • Per League Season
    • Total: $27,000
      • NA Region: $8,900
      • EU Region: $9,200
      • SA Region: $8,900
  • Finals Prize Pool
    • Total: $123,000
      • First: $50,000
      • Second: $25,000
      • Third/Fourth: $13,000
      • Fifth/Sixth: $7,000
      • Seventh/Eighth: $4,000
ESL Impact Season 4 teams (Image via ESL)
ESL Impact Season 4 teams (Image via ESL)

All-women CS:GO teams in ESL Impact Season 4

Below are all of the confirmed teams for the CS:GO tournament. The fnal team was w7m esports, but they withdrew from the competition. "There will be a replacement match. Stay tuned for further details," an official post stated.

  1. Hyperion
  2. Evil Geniuses Gold
  3. FlyQuest Red
  4. Shimmer
  5. Cherry Bombs (From NA Qualifier)
  6. FA White (From NA Qualifier)
  7. Team Karma (From NA Qualifier)
  8. Totsugeki (From NA Qualifier)
  9. 9Pandas Fearless 
  10. Aces
  11. BIG EQUIPA
  12. G2 Oya
  13. Guild
  14. Let Her Cook
  15. NAVI Javelins
  16. Nigma Galaxy
  17. Ninjas in Pyjamas (From EU Qualifier)
  18. Shinigami (From EU Qualifier)
  19. YeYo (From EU Qualifier)
  20. VP.Angles (From EU Qualifier)
  21. B4 Esports
  22. FURIA 
  23. MIBR
  24. Cafeina (From SA Qualifier)
  25. Divina (From SA Qualifier)
  26. Mocreias (From SA Qualifier)
  27. Ravens (From SA Qualifier)
  28. TBD
More qualified teams (Image via ESL)
More qualified teams (Image via ESL)

That's all for now. Stay tuned on esports.gg for more news and updates.

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