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The ESL Pro Series Germany (EPS Germany) is a series of German esport events established in 2002. It features various e-Sport titles. League of Legends was included for the first time in Summer 2011, which was the seventeenth edition of the series.

In 2015 the ESL Pro Series Germany was rebranded to ESL Meisterschaft.

The most successful organization to date in League of Legends is N!facultylogo std.pngn!faculty, which won the tournament four times.


Five weekly cups are held, which function as the group stage qualification via a point-system. The top eight teams qualify for the group stage. The four teams that get out of the group stage compete offline in a single elimination bracket.


Season Date Winner Runner-Up
Summer 2011 2011-03-142011-06-04 SK Gaminglogo std.pngSK Gaming Competo Sportslogo std.pngCompeto Sports
Winter 2011 2011-08-152011-12-04 ALTERNATE aTTaXlogo std.pngALTERNATE aTTaX Team Acerlogo std.pngTeam Acer
Spring 2012 2012-02-132012-04-29 N!facultylogo std.pngn!faculty LogiXlogo std.pnglogiX
Summer 2012 2012-06-112012-09-02 ALTERNATE aTTaXlogo std.pngALTERNATE aTTaX Mortal Teamworklogo std.pngmortal Teamwork
Winter 2012 2012-10-012012-12-09 Mousesportslogo std.pngmousesports N!facultylogo std.pngn!faculty
Spring 2013 2013-02-182013-05-12 ESC Gaminglogo std.pngESC Gaming N!facultylogo std.pngn!faculty
Summer 2013 2013-06-172013-09-08 N!facultylogo std.pngn!faculty CPLAYlogo std.pngCPLAY
Winter 2013 2013-10-102013-12-08 Planetkey Dynamicslogo std.pngPlanetkey Dynamics ESC Gaminglogo std.pngESC Gaming
Spring 2014 2014-02-182014-05-03 N!facultylogo std.pngn!faculty Tick Trick and Ducklogo std.pngTick Trick and Duck
Summer 2014 2014-06-172014-09-07 N!facultylogo std.pngn!faculty ESC Gaminglogo std.pngESC Gaming
Winter 2014 2014-09-302014-12-14 Playing Duckslogo std.pngPlaying Ducks N!facultylogo std.pngn!faculty

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