ESL One Frankfurt 2016 tickets are now available for purchase. Tickets for the event to mark ESL One’s $1,000,000 pledge to Dota 2 are recently released and aren’t expected to last long. The event returns to Commerzbank-Arena June 18-19th in Frankfurt Germany. Eight top world teams will be competing in the event to round out the year.
On December 16th, ESL One Frankfurt 2016 announced they were closing out the $1,000,000 pledge to Dota 2 and brings the festivities back to Germany in June 2016 with a $250,000 starting prize pool featuring eight of the best teams from around the world. It continues to maintain a focus on fan and onsite activity and viewing experience. The event will return to Commerzbank-Arena June 18th and 19th
ESL has now made available the tickets for the momentous occasion, bound to be a spectacular experience.
Tickets are available HERE
ESL One Frankfurt 2016 tickets
Rank Seating – €29 (sit on the rank seats, while at the same time saving a bit on the ticket cost. Access to the festival remains the same)
Infield Seating ticket – €39 ( free seating on pitch level and are free to move around as you please. Of course you will still have access to all the festival activities.)
Premium ticket – €249 (seating right in front of the stage with exclusive signing sessions, exclusive Secret Shop premium ticket, unlimited food and drink and a bonus surprise to be announced soon)
The Aegis Experience – €2,999 (You and 4 friends get access to a private lounge and able to sit anywhere. All the premium perks apply plus front of the line access to signing sessions and venue entry.)
ESL One Frankfurt 2016 format
Eight teams will compete in a single elimination best-of-three series ending with a best-of-five grand finals. There will most likely not be a seeding tournament as seen in Frankfurt Major 2015 due to summer scheduling. Seeding is expected to be based on recent results from team performances.
ESL One Frankfurt 2015
Team Secret were unstoppable, taking their fourth consecutive LAN win at ESL One Frankfurt 2015. The European power house destroyed Evil Geniuses, 3:1, in the Grand Finals.