ESL changed the format of its CS:GO league last week. In that series of changes, the number of participants was cut in half. Twenty-four teams that were set to participate in ESL Pro League season 11 were told that they would have to attend the next season of ESEA MDL and qualify for ESL Pro League season 12.
Since then, the affected teams and part of the CS:GO community have been criticizing ESL for its lack of communication because the teams only found out that they were out of the Pro League after the announcement was made. The Counter-Strike Professional Players’ Association (CSPPA) was also criticized for not protecting these teams and players who lost their Pro League spot.
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