About ESL Premiership
ESL Premiership Spring Season Finals will be played live in Manchester in front of a live audience bigger than ever before.
ESL Premiership, the longest standing tournament in the UK, will be taken on tour - and Manchester is the first stop. Two Premiership titles, two Finals, one venue. Communities colliding - Rainbow Six Siege and CS:GO viewers will have a chance to meet up in the Bowlers Exhibition Centre in Manchester on 30th and the 31st of March respectively.
In the previous seasons of the ESL Premiership, the Finals have taken place in our local Studio One in Leicester, or were part of larger gaming events like MCM Comic Con or EGX. ESL UK is looking to evolve the ESL Premiership Season Finals into self-standing esports events, starting off in Manchester.
Taking the Premiership on tour has been an ambition of ESL for a while. Up until now, final events have been held either in ESL Studio One, Leicester, or various exhibition events such as MCM Comic Con London and EGX Birmingham. This new event will be a fantastic opportunity for the community to meet and have a great time together while celebrating the UK’s best in CS:GO and Rainbow Six Siege.
Note: If you are looking to attend the ESL Premiership Rainbow Six Siege Spring Finals and are aged 16 or 17, you can attend by completing a parental consent form found here. You will need to bring your ticket, the physical signed form and a form of government approved ID on the event day.
Last updated: March, 2019