Starting on Thursday, March 5th , at 19:00 CET PGL will broadcast the final stages of the Kick-off Season qualifiers, where eight teams will fight for the two remaining group slots. And to take you through all the action and provide expert analysis, Toby “TobiWan” Dawson will be teaming up with Matthew “Sadokist” Trivett, live from the PGL studios in Bucharest, Romania.
The English broadcast of the PGL CS:GO Championship Series Kick-off Season will be streamed exclusively on Twitch.tv, with the final qualifier rounds starting on Thursday, March 5th at 19:00 CET and finishing on Sunday, March 8.
After the last two teams have been established, the Kick-off Season will officially commence on Tuesday, March 17, at 19:00 CET with the first match of the Blue Group.
After the conclusion of the group stage and a final battle in the Last Chance tournament, only four teams will advance to the Kick-off Season playoff that will be hosted at DreamHack Bucharest 2015 on April 24 – 26.
About Toby “TobiWan” Dawson
One of the most recognizable figures in the eSports scene, Toby “TobiWan” Dawson started his caster career in Call of Duty, before trying his hand at Dota during the World Cyber Games in 2007. Since then, he’s been bringing his naturally energetic style to the Dota and Dota 2 scenes, covering numerous international events and entertaining countless viewers around the world. After a brief run-in with CS:GO in 2013, Tobi is now back in full-swing for the PGL CS:GO Championship Series Kick-off Season, where he will bring his usual excitement alongside Matthew “Sadokist” Trivett.
About Matthew “Sadokist” Trivett
Inspired by his brother and starting out from a young age with Counter-Strike 1.6, Matthew “Sadokist” Trivett has always been drawn to first-person shooters. Making his name in the Call of Duty 4 and Black Ops competitive scenes before moving on to Tribes: Ascend, Matthew dabbled with the casting side of eSports since the Call of Duty days, finally shifting to a full-time caster position in 2012. Going back to his roots and settling on Counter-Strike: Global Offensive as his title of choice, he caught the attention and garnered the praise of the community thanks to his work for ESEA and at the MLG XGames Aspen 2015. Now, he will bring his enthusiasm and knowledge to the PGL CS:GO Championship Kick-off Season, where he will team up with Toby “TobiWan” Dawson.
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