Now that season 2 has come to an end, we aim to create the best possible content for local esports venues across Europe. Sadly, we came to the conclusion that it’s not possible to run season 3 on the announced date, so we decided to postpone the upcoming season. Worry not, City League will still offer content in 2018, and will be back stronger than ever early 2019 with season 3!
Postpone season 3? Why?
With a very short time frame for the production crew between season 2 end, and season 3 start, it’s impossible to offer the right experience for the clubs involved at the moment. We think that extraordinary preperation is necessary and with season 3 postponed, we are giving ourselves and the teams more time to prepare for an awesome year of City League! Your feedback is very important to us, so in the next two months we will evaluate all the received feedback and make sure that 2019 will be a year filled with joy and excitement for everyone involved!
Season 3 will start on and will still focus on CS:GO, like the prior two seasons. We feel like CS:GO is a great baseline for both our goals and all the teams/venues involved. But… This doesn’t mean that City League will never include more games to the pool. For 2019, we are talking with Psyonix for Rocket League, Epic Games for Fortnite and Riot Games for League of Legends.
The new competitive format
All those juicy new games are hard to implement in the league at the same time. We are aiming to offer content that players, venue and viewers love. We also need to know if there is enough interest from the teams and venues to play those games. That’s why we are bringing you are brand new City League: Open Bar competitive format, coming this November. More information on this format will follow later, but one thing is for sure: The new format is open to every single venue in Europe!