ESL and Guinevere Capital announced today a partnership to operate a new eight-team league next year. Riot Games will provide a three-year operating license to ESL and Guinevere for the league, according to a press release.
The league is being “designed in collaboration” with the eight teams that were involved in the OPL’s final season. The teams that competed in the OPL included Avant Gaming, Chiefs Esports Club, Dire Wolves, Gravitas, Legacy Esports, MAMMOTH, ORDER, and Pentanet.GG.
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