Format & Schedule for the $50,000 GLL Season 1 Grand Finals – April 21-22

The GLL Season 1 Grand Finals is coming up at the end of this week, and it’s time to share how the format and schedule is going to be for the whole weekend.

Schedule & Format
The schedule for the days will be long days, with a big break in the middle – this way we bring the viewers a full day of competitive matches so you don’t miss a thing.
The Grand Final will feature a total of 16 games to determine which is the best team right now , this will be divided with half of the games played on Erangel and half of the games played on Miramar. The point system will be used is the same as we’ve used in the Bravo Division for GLL Season 1.

Media day – April 20
The first day of the event is not going to feature any live broadcast, but will only be some teasers from us towards the community as well as needed practice for the players and rehearsals for all of our talent.

Erangel day – April 21
13:00 – Match 1
14:00 – Match 2
15:00 – Match 3
16:00 – Match 4
16:45-18:00 – Break
18:00 – Match 5
19:00 – Match 6
20:00 – Match 7
21:00 – Match 8

Miramar day – April 22
13:00 – Match 9
14:00 – Match 10
15:00 – Match 11
16:00 – Match 12
16:45-18:00 – Break
18:00 – Match 13
19:00 – Match 14
20:00 – Match 15
21:00 – Match 16

* All times are in the local timezone EEST (UTC+3). Click on the specific time to find out the exact time local for you.

Teams participating:

  • FaZe Clan
  • Na’Vi
  • Rogue
  • Lumber Mill
  • Crimson Esports
  • Team Kinguin
  • No Loot Gaming
  • Knights
  • Ronin
  • Team EnvyUs
  • Flyquest
  • Nova Esports
  • Ghost Gaming
  • Shoot To Kill
  • Cloud9
  • Optic Gaming

Hosts:
  • Pala Gilroy Sen
  • Kelly Link
Analysts
  • Joona “Natu” Leppänen
  • Anssi “AndyPyro” Huovinen
  • Jakub “Lothar” Szygulski
Casters
  • Toby “Tobiwan” Dawson
  • Derek “WTFMoses” Moseley
  • Bogdan “Boogie” Carp
  • Martin “Avnqr” Gøth
Broadcasting Channels


Language and other streams will be posted soon.

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