Here’s everything to know about the Elite League playoffs.

After the long group stage, the Elite League has narrowed down to eight teams for the playoffs after OG and Team Spirit were eliminated in the Round Robin stage. The playoffs will kick off on April 12, featuring four best-of-three (Bo3) matches in the first two days. Here you can find all the information you need for the tournament, including brackets, schedule, results, and livestreams.

Elite League playoffs brackets

Eight teams have advanced to the Elite League playoffs, with four teams starting in the upper bracket. We have a stacked upper bracket starting with Team Falcons, Xtreme Gaming, Team Liquid, and Azure Ray.

Upper Bracket
Lower Bracket
Team FalconsG2 x iG
Xtreme GamingTundra Esports
Team LiquidGaimin Gladiators
Azure RayPSG Quest
Elite League playoffs brackets

Elite League playoffs: Schedule and results

The playoffs are scheduled from April 12 to April 14.  There will be four Bo3 matchups in the first two days, starting at 11 a.m. CEST, with a fixed schedule. The final day will begin with the Lower Bracket Finals at 3 p.m. CEST.

Date
Supposed Time
Matchups
Results
April 1211:00 CESTG2 x iG vs. Gaimin Gladiators (Bo3)0 - 2
April 1214:00 CESTTundra Esports vs. PSG Quest (Bo3)0 - 2
April 1217:00 CESTTeam Falcons vs. Xtreme Gaming (Bo3)2 - 0
April 1220:00 CESTTeam Liquid vs. Azure Ray (Bo3)1 - 2
April 1311:00 CESTXtreme Gaming vs. PSG Quest (Bo3)2 - 0
April 1314:00 CESTTeam Liquid vs. Gaimin Gladiators (Bo3)2 - 0
April 1317:00 CESTTeam Falcons vs. Azure Ray (Bo3)2 - 0
April 1320:00 CESTTeam Liquid vs. Xtreme Gaming (Bo3)1 - 2
April 1415:00 CESTAzure Ray vs. Xtreme Gaming (Bo3)0 - 2
April 1418:00 CESTTeam Falcons vs. TBD (Bo5)1 - 3
Playoffs schedule and results

Where to watch the playoffs

The official ESB channels will be broadcasting the playoffs.

We have attached the channel below for your convenience!

Playoffs overview: What to watch

It has been a long time since Tundra Esports and PSG Quest last made it to the playoffs of a major tournament. With Zai stepping in as the general manager, Tundra has successfully gone through every qualifier they've participated in and now made it to the playoffs. It would be exciting to see their improvement.

Meanwhile, Team Liquid didn’t perform well in the previous DreamLeague S22 tournament. Even though they beat their Kryptonite Gaimin Gladiators in the group stage, they almost tied with every team after that. We would like to see if they are back in good shape now.

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