Welcome to BESL Pro Season 4!

Today we proudly announce the arrival of Baltic eSports League’s fourth season! Just like the previous two seasons, PUBG tournament will be featured and teams will be able to battle it out for the title of the best PUBG team in the Baltics and a share of the prize pool.

Teams

Let’s start with our competitors! The amount of teams this season remains unchanged and Season 4 of Baltic eSports League is going to feature 16 teams from all three Baltic state countries.

With that being said, here is the list of teams whose players have been invited to participate in Season 4 due to placing in top 8 in Season 3:

  1. Bait Academy

  2. P9

  3. Division

  4. Nordic Goblins

  5. ESI PIRMAIS ESPORTS

  6. jorrr

  7. Team G

  8. PraiseTheLord

The 8 remaining teams are going to be decided via the open qualifiers (read more about them further down below). In a scenario where one or more teams from this list decide to not participate in Season 3, there will be more teams advancing from the qualifiers.

Furthermore, just like the previous season, the Draft tool will be available to all players and teams. This is a platform on the BESL Pro website where players who do not have a team but wish to play can apply for teams that are planning to play in the tournament or qualifiers but need to gather more players.

Format

For BESL Pro Season 4 the format for the PUBG tournament has stayed mostly unchanged - every team plays 4 games each week for 7 weeks. The only difference is that in addition to Erangel and Miramar teams will also play Sanhok. In total there will be 28 games.

For more details on this season’s format visit our Season 4 Rulebook.

Prize pool

The prize pool of our competition for Season 4 has stayed the same at 4,000!

The prize pool of €4,000 will be distributed as follows:

1st place - €1,500

2nd place - €750

3rd place - €500

4th place - €250

5th place - €160

6th place - €140

7th place - €120

8th place - €100

9h-16th place - €60

Team relegation

Just like the previous season the bottom 8 teams will be relegated from the League and will have to qualify again for the next season if they wish to participate.

Season 4 calendar and qualifier details

BESL Pro Season 4 calendar looks as following:

  • Open qualifier #1 – 01.09 11:00 Baltic time (registration open from 05.08 till 31.08)

  • Open qualifier #2 – 15.09 11:00 Baltic time (registration open from 02.09 till 14.09)

  • Regular season – 23.09 – 10.11 (7 weeks)

As for the details of the qualifiers:

  • The qualifier will be free of charge and there will be a limit of 32 teams participating in each qualifier;

  • To register your team for an open qualifier you have to visit besl.pro webpage, register an account, create a team via ‘My team’ section and invite your teammates to your team. Remember that everyone has to link their PUBG accounts to their profiles via ‘Profile Settings’ in order to be eligible to participate;

  • After registration a pop-up window will open within whom you will find an invitation link to BESL Pro PUBG Discord server that is going to be used for communication purposes during the qualifier;

  • The qualifier will be played in a Single-Elimination format with 3 game series (Erangel, Miramar, Erangel);

  • The 4 best teams of each qualifier (or more if any of the invited teams decide not to participate) are going to acquire a spot in the fourth season of the BESL Pro.

Remember - in order to participate in our competitions a minimum of 2 (out of the 4) players on each team in every game have to be from the Baltic states, otherwise the team is not eligible to participate.

Season 4 streams

During the BESL Pro Season 4, the games will be streamed in a new format. We’re expanding our broadcast team to cater to all three Baltic state countries!

What does that mean? Instead of you having one single broadcast in English, this season we’re going to bring you multiple streams with each of them happening in one of the Baltic state country languages - Latvian, Lithuanian and Estonian! However, for the LAN finals, we’re going to transition back into having one English broadcast in order to cater to a broader audience of viewers.

This season we’re going to broadcast the stream on two platforms - YouTube and Twitch! Be sure to follow our channel in the platform of your choice in order to not miss any action!

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