The Amateur Championship Series CS:GO League (often abbreviated to ACS League) is a series of amateur Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournaments organised by LiveGame Entertainment. Formerly known as EA League, the series welcomes amateur teams in Europe to win a prize pool.

Season 1

The first season of the ACS League was known as the EU Amateur Championship Series. It was held between November 11th, 2017 and December 17th, 2017. Nemesis Nord defeated Nemesis MK 2-0 in the best-of-three final.[1]


  • Aphelion eSports
  • BanditEsports
  • CEYA eSports
  • GRT Esports
  • Lunar eSports
  • Nemeis MK
  • Nemesis Nord
  • Nemesis Red
  • Obliter8GG
  • Rygen Esports
  • Solo Unity (disqualified)
  • Street Fighter II Turbo
  • Toten eSports
  • Trix E-Sports
  • Voltiac
  • Wuther Esports

Season 2

The second season of the ACS League was held between February 25th, 2018 and April 15th 2018. It was won by Bitpoint.GG, who came from behind to beat Bitpoint.GG Academy 2-1 in the best-of-three final.[2]

It was the first event to feature the current name of 'ACS League', after a revamp.


  • AcTiV EU
  • Bitpoint Academy
  • Bitpoint.GG
  • Emrys Esports
  • Enable Esports
  • Horizon White
  • iShock EU
  • Team Nemesis
  • Totem Esports
  • TriX E-Sports
  • TwoPictures Gaming
  • VIPER Nodic

Season 3

Main Article: ACS CS:GO League - Season 3


  1. EA League Season 1
  2. EU ACS Season 2

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