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ChallengeMe.GG’s United Masters League is CS:GO’s First Professional Crypto Prize

ChallengeMe.GG’s United Masters League is CS:GO’s First Professional Crypto Prize

Sponsored by Unikrn, a global leading esports, content and wagering brand, the United Masters League will feature professional European CS:GO in league-play with combined earnings and prizes valued at $290,000.

UML will be powered by ChallengeMe.GG’s world-class tournament and ladder technology and also sponsored by AMD, Grid, M7M Esport Factory, and noblechairs. Featuring 14 teams, it will run from november until March 2019:

    • Round Robin Fall: 2018 (Nov 19 – Dec 21)
    • Round Robin Winter: 2019 (Jan 7 – Feb 8)
    • Playoffs: Early March 2019
  • Offline finale: Top 4 finals at the M7M Esport Factory in Osnabrück, Germany (Mar 29 – Mar 31)

Up to four matches will be streamed per weekday at until the playoffs.

Featured Teams:

  • AGO (Poland)
  • X6tence Galaxy (Sweden)
  • 3DMAX (France)
  • TRICKED (Denmark)
  • EURONICS (Germany)
  • Valiance (Serbia)
  • WINDIGO GAMING (Bulgaria)
  • Expert eSports (Germany)
  • SPROUT (Germany)
  • Red Reserve (Sweden)
  • LDLC (France)
  • Vexed Gaming (UK)
  • HAVU (Finland)

All stakeholders, including teams and sponsors, are collaborators in the United Master League.

“AGO Esports is very glad to participate in United Master League,” said AGO Esports CEO Jakub Szumielewicz, “We believe that this product will make big influence on esports market in Europe, and strengthen cooperation between esports organizations. ‘United’ is definitely a great word for this project!”

Unikrn’s news and content team,, will be providing approved outlets with player quotes, tournament insight and other coverage options throughout the event. To apply for access, please contact

For more information please visit the United Masters League hub at

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