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The ESL Pro League Season 7 divisions come to an end

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The standings for both the North American and European Season 7 of the ESL Pro League have been confirmed. With the hearts broken as teams are relegated, some have the pressure of the S7 Relegation battles and some the excitement of LAN finals.
The European ESL Pro League saw 14 teams face off against each other over the past two and a half months, looking to earn one of seven spots at the LAN finals in Dallas.

Both Mousesports and the Ninjas in Pyjamas finished on the same points, but due to having a lower round difference in the head-to-head the Swedes ended up taking second place.

LDLC found themselves finishing in last place in the league and with it are automatically relegated to Season 28 of the Mountain Dew League. Whereas Team Envyus and AGO Esports will have to fight in the S7 relegation matches to try and hold on to their spot in the Pro League.

S7 European Standings

1. MousesportsSpot at LAN Finals
2. Ninjas in PyjamasSpot at LAN Finals
3. Natus VincereSpot at LAN Finals
4. Faze ClanSpot at LAN Finals
5. Space SoldiersSpot at LAN Finals
6. AstralisSpot at LAN Finals
7. HellraisersSpot at LAN Finals
8. Heroic
9. North
10. G2 Esports
11. Fnatic
12. Team EnvyusS7 Relegation
13. AGO Esports S7 Relegation
14. LDLCRelegated to MDL S8


Meanwhile the North American league only hosts 12 teams, with the Top 6 moving through to the LAN finals, and it was Team Liquid who came out on top.

At the other end of the league Team Dignitas found themselves dropping straight into Season 28 of the MDL, whilst both Splyce and Complexity Gaming will have to partake in the relegation battles.

S7 North American Standings

1. Team LiquidSpot at LAN Finals
2. NRG EsportsSpot at LAN Finals
3. Optic GamingSpot at LAN Finals
4. RenegadesSpot at LAN Finals
5. Cloud9Spot at LAN Finals
6. SK GamingSpot at LAN Finals
7. Rogue
8. Luminosity Gaming
9. Ghost Gaming
10. Complexity GamingS7 Relegation
11. SplyceS7 Relegation
12. Team DignitasRelegated to MDL S8


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