Watch this: Dota 2 ESL European qualifier finals

ESL One Frankfurt

The Dota 2 ESL One in Frankfurt this year is on track to being the biggest eSports event in history: with over 50,000 spectators all jammed into a football stadium. Right now the EU qualifiers grand finals is live right now, with Team Empire and Cloud9 fighting for a place in the tournament, and their chances of a whopping $190,000 which is increasing every day thanks to the tournament compendium.

If you want to watch the best of five, we’ve got the stream embedded below.

Here’s the stream:

There’s only three more qualifier places left for the ESL One, and only one of these two teams will snatch it. Both Team Empire and Cloud9 are well respected: having both been directly invited to The International, which as of now has a $6,000,000 prize pool and rising. Compared to the ESL One prize pool it might seem slim, but to be a part of the biggest eSports event in history is almost priceless.

Who are you rooting for?

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