Pick Up This Ace ESL Pro League Bonus At Betway

Posted on March 10, 2021 - Last Updated on October 13, 2021

Betway is one of the most active bookmakers when it comes to esports betting offers and their latest ESL Pro League Bonus deal is one that is well worth a closer look for anybody with an interest in this massive CS:GO tournament, which is taking place at the present moment.

To qualify for the ESL Pro League Bonus, you simply need to log in to your Betway account and then place a £10 or equivalent bet on any ESL Pro League fixture. Your bet will then be decided in the usual way, but there is the added benefit that if an Ace is scored in the match, Betway will reward you, even if your bet wins or loses, with a Free Bet of £5 or other currency equivalents.

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What Are The Chief Terms And Conditions Of The ESL Pro League Bonus?

Any pre-match single bet of £10 or more on any ESL Pro League match will qualify for this offer and if there is an Ace scored in the game, Betway will aim to credit you with your Free £5 bet within an hour of the bet being settled. However, on some occasions, this may take up to 24-hours to be completed.

The competition runs from the 8th March through to 11th April 2021, so there are a whole host of games you can use the ESL Pro League Bonus on over the course of the month and of course, any qualifying bet you make on the tournament will qualify for the bonus as it can be used repeatedly.

One final thing to note is that only real money bets can be used for this offer (Free Bets are not valid) and players in the following countries are not allowed to participate in the offer: Armenia, Belarus, Belgium, Brazil, Croatia, Georgia, Germany, Italy, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Russian Federation, Spain, Sweden, and Ukraine.

Remember too that any Free Bets that you do earn, you must use them within seven days of receipt otherwise, they will expire.

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ESL Pro League Details

The ESL Pro League is one of the most important events in the season for CS:GO teams. The tournament sees 24 teams competing and has a prize pool of $750,000, with $175,000 for the winning team.

In addition, there are a number of Pro Tour and Blast Premier Circuit Points up for grabs in the tournament as well as the cash prize and these are equally as valuable to the teams competing as the money in their bank account.

The tournament comprises 24 teams in total, 12 of which are permanent partner teams. The other teams competing qualified for the event through either their ESL World Ranking or by claiming a spot from the ESEA S35 Premier events in the EU and North America.

The teams have been drawn into four groups of six teams and play a round-robin of matches to completion in each group in succession, Group A is now underway and features Complexity Gaming, Heroic, FunPlus Phoenix, OG, BIG, and Renegades in action at the moment.

Group A will be completed on March 12, with Group B running from March 13th to 18th, Group C will be completed across March 19th to 24th and the final Group D section will be completed on March 25th to 29th.

The Four Group Winners move into the Play-In Round and will play off against each other to be seeded through to either the quarter finals or semifinals.

The second and third placed teams in each group advance to the Round of 12, where they will battle it out against each other for a chance to take on the seeded teams in the quarterfinals and beyond.

With so many fantastic games still to be played in the tournament, both in the league stage, and in the playoffs, there are going to be plenty of opportunities for Betway punters to enjoy the ESL Pro League Bonus over the coming weeks.

Here’s hoping you can land yourself some Free £5 bets during that time!

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