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First look at the WePlay Academy League Season 4

CS:GO Junior / News / 2 months ago

The tournament organizer WePlay Esports has shared details on the WePlay Academy Leaguе Season 4. The championship will run from May 24th to June 26th, with a prize pool of $ 100 000. The entire tournament will be played online.

The fourth season will feature 14 teams! They will be split into two groups, where each team will play each other in two bo1 matches. The top teams of each group guarantee themselves a place in the playoffs, teams that placed 2nd to 6th will play in the Gauntlet Stage, and the last-placed teams will be eliminated. The best teams of each Gauntlet bracket will advance to the playoffs. The final stage of the competition will be played in the Double Elimination bracket. All matches in the last two stages will be played in bo3 format.

Following the results of the draw, NAVI Junior got into group B and will meet FURIA Academy in the first match.

NAVI Junior's match schedule
Teams Format Date and time (CEST)
ua NAVI Junior vs FURIA Academy bo1 May 25 at 18:20
ua NAVI Junior vs BIG Academy bo1 May 26 at 21:00
ua NAVI Junior vs Apeks Rebels bo1 May 28 at 22:20
ua NAVI Junior vs Astralis Talent bo1 May 29 at 17:00
ua NAVI Junior vs Young Ninjas bo1 May 30 at 20:30
ua NAVI Junior vs FURIA Academy bo1 June 1 at 22:20
ua NAVI Junior vs BIG Academy bo1 June 2 at 17:00
ua NAVI Junior vs Apeks Rebels bo1 June 4 at 18:20
ua NAVI Junior vs Astralis Talent bo1 June 5 at 21:00
ua NAVI Junior vs Young Ninjas bo1 June 6 at 17:00
 

WePlay Academy Leaguе Season 4 participants:

ua NAVI Junior
se Young Ninjas
de BIG Academy
dk Astralis Talent
no Apeks Rebels
br FURIA Academy
tr Eternal Fire Academy
eu mouz NXT
eu Fnatic Rising
eu OG Academy
eu 00 Prospects
eu Young Gods
ru Team Spirit Academy


NAVI Junior roster at
WePlay Academy League Season 4:

ua Rodion «fear» Smyk
ua Daniil «headtr1ck» Valitov
ua Andrii «nipl» Kukharskyi
ua Dmitrii «dem0N» Miroshenko
ua Adam «froz1k» Nagornyi
ua Mark «UNBR0KEN» Varakuta

ua Amiran «ami» Rekhviashvili (coach)
ua Mykhailo «M1ke» Palamar (manager)