June 7, 2016 – The results are in! The following 16 players have successfully made their way to the ESL Mortal Kombat X Pro League Season 3 Finals this Saturday, June 11 in Burbank, where the best players from around the world will compete for the $200,000 prize pool in front of a live studio audience:
- Sonic Fox – Season 1 and 2 undefeated champion
- Scar – Season 2 finalist
- A F0xy Grampa
ESL Mortal Kombat X Pro League Season 3 was filled with tense moments as the best combatants faced off against impressive newcomers. Top highlights from the eight week season include:
- In a shocking week where veterans SonicFox, Scar, WoundCowboy, and Biohazard were all eliminated prior to the Top 8 broadcast, Dragon took the Week 4 grand finals with an impressive Brutality against fierce competitor Toxin.
- WoundCowboy’s epic match against current ESL champion and fellow teammate SonicFox, which resulted in a 2-2 tie and subsequent decisive match where WoundCowboy prevailed with a flawless victory.
- The epic rivalry between Raptor and Dragon came to a head during the week 6 grand finals, where a narrow 2-2 standoff led to a mistake by Raptor, giving Dragon the grand final win.
- A tense matchup between Scar and Hayatei in the week 7 grand finals, where Scar demonstrated quick adaptability with a switch-up of characters between Hat Trick Kung Lao, Smoke variation Triborg and Cover Ops Sonya, taking a 3-2 win over Hayatei.
- Toxin and WoundCowboy went head to head in week 8, but Toxin could not be stopped and solidified his place in the Season 3 finals.
To view the Mortal Kombat X Competitive Esports Series Trailer, click here.
Fans can watch the tournament live in Burbank by getting tickets at mkx3.eventbrite.com or view online via Twitch.
For everyday players looking to compete online in Mortal Kombat X, the ESL Mortal Kombat X Challenger Cup offers an all-new way for fans not competing in the ESL Pro League to battle online for cash and prizes. Open tournaments across North America, Europe, CIS and Latin America are being held weekly through the end of June, with monthly finals streamed live.