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The Wargaming.net League is the Professional eSports League for World of Tanks in NA, EU, CIS, and APAC or Asia-Pacific (China, Korea, and whole Asia Servers all together) regions. It is based on a ladder system and consists of the Open, Bronze, Silver, and Gold Leagues. There are small differences in regional configurations. Also this league tournament has now sponsored by Electronic Sports League

General League Information (NA)

Silver Series

The Silver Series is the qualifying League for the Gold League, and second highest in North America. The August 2016 season had 20 teams to begin. After a playoff, the 1st place team is automatically promoted to the gold league, otherwise silver series receives no financial stipends, due to Ruukil's fedoras costing too much. Currently open to new teams registering, this may change in the near future.

Gold League

WGLNA Gold league is the top league in North America, with 10 teams. Finals give the opportunity for each team to compete for cash prizes and access to international matches. Teams in Gold League come from previous seasons, qualifying from silver series, or from winning one of two tightly contested qualifiers prior to the season beginning.


Rules in WGLNA:

  • Game mode: Assault with two Base Capture Circles
  • 68 Tier Points
  • 7 Players per team
  • Maximum Tier is 10
  • No usage of ANY game modifications (vanilla client)
  • Battles are 10 minutes.
  • Battles are first to five wins out of nine.


Maps played are:

  • Himmelsdorf
  • Ghost Town
  • Ruinberg
  • Prokhorovka
  • Mines
  • Steppes
  • Cliff
  • Murovanka

General League Information (EU)

The Wargaming.net League started out in 2013 in the EU region with three Seasons closing very successfully and with offline finals at the Gamescom in Cologne and DreamHack 2013 as well as an event planned by the ESL to finish the third season.

Bronze League

The Bronze League is set to be the starting League for everyone. Everyone can create a team and join this League. This League is the basic requirement to join the Silver League. The best 5 Teams of the Bronze League join the Silver League. The Top 16 Teams in the bronze series get a small amount of Gold each week(maximum 10 Players from each Team can receive gold) Prize distibution:

  1. 1,250 Gold/ player
  2. 1,250 Gold/ player
  3. 1,250 Gold/ player
  4. 1,250 Gold/ player
  5. 750 Gold / player
  6. 750 Gold / player
  7. 750 Gold / player
  8. 750 Gold / player
  9. 500 Gold / player
  10. 500 Gold / player
  11. 500 Gold / player
  12. 500 Gold / player
  13. 500 Gold / player
  14. 500 Gold / player
  15. 500 Gold / player
  16. 500 Gold / player


Go4WoT is a weekly Tournament held by the ESL. Teams can earn Ingame Gold and money by participating. Prices[1] are given out as following:

  • 1st 250€

Silver League

The Silver League is the qualifying League to the Gold League. There are 30 teams in this League. The last 6 teams will be kicked into the Bronze League as there are 6 Teams from the Bronze League ascending to Silver every week. At the end of each Season Place 1 will automatically get promoted to gold series,while Place 2-5 have to play relegation. The teams participating in the Silver League receive a small amount of money per week[2] which is distributed as follows:

1st 	250$	
2nd 	200$	
3rd 	180$	
4th 	160$	
5th 	150$	
6th 	130$	
7th 	130$	
8th 	125$	
9th 	125$	
10th 	125$	
11th 	100$	
12th 	80$	
13th 	80$	
14th 	80$	
15th 	75$	
16th 	75$	
17th 	70$	
18th 	70$	
19th 	70$	
20-25th 	2,000 Gold / player (maximum 10 players)
26-30th 	1,500 Gold / player (maximum 10 players)

Gold League

This roster consists of the 12 best Teams. They play one Season which has a duration of about 2-3 months in which they face each team once per Season. In the end the 4 best teams get to play at the season offline Finals for a prize pool of 45.000 $,Place 1 and 2 from the gold series automatically qualify for the season final,while Place 3-6 have to play a playoff against each other to determine which 2 Teams will join Place 1 and 2 at the season finals.Place 7 has a save spot for the next season of the WGL gold series.Place 8-11 have to play pre-relegation Matches against each other,the 2 loser Team from the pre-relegation will then play in the relegation against Place 2-5 from the silver series and 1 wildcard Team.Place 12 will get automatically demoted to the silver series. Here are the price distributions for Season 2 2015-2016 of the WGL gold series:

  1. $ 22,000
  2. $ 18,000
  3. $ 16,000
  4. $ 15,000
  5. $ 13,000
  6. $ 10,000
  7. $ 7,000
  8. $ 5,000
  9. $ 5,000
  10. $ 5,000
  11. $ 5,000
  12. $ 4,000

Total Online $ 125,000

Prize distributions for the Season Finals:

  1. $ 25,000
  2. $ 15,000
  3. $ 5,000
  4. $ 5,000

total Season Finals Bonus $ 50,000
Bonuses up to $ 150,000
Season Total $ 350,000


Rules applied are the following:

  • Game mode: Assault with two Base Capture Circles
  • 70 Tier Points
  • 7 Players per team
  • Maximum Tier is 10
  • Time of a round is 10 minutes
  • No usage of any game modifications
  • Gold and silver series is played in a BO9 format
  • Bronze series is played in a BO5 format

Those are the most important to keep in mind. One can find all rules here


Maps played are:

  • Himmelsdorf
  • Ruinberg
  • Ghost Town
  • Mines
  • Steppes
  • Prokhorovka
  • Murovanka
  • Cliff

The Grand Final was so far the biggest eSports event held by Wargaming.net. The Grand Final lasted 3 days from the 4th to the 6th of April and took place in Warsaw, Poland in the Multikino cinema of the Złote Tarasy shopping centre. The best two teams from each server were sent to Poland to compete against each other plus two teams which had played exceptionally well outside of the Pro League and got the attention of Wargaming.net. The total price pool consisted of 350.000 USD with the overall winner having the chance to get a hold of 100.000 USD in total due to special rules like the Blitz Mechanism. Also a predetermined price pool was set for each Match. The whole Tournament used a double elimination system.

Blitz Mechanism

Wargaming introduced the "'Blitz Mechanism' to reward teams who win matches quickly. When two teams draw a battle the money will be removed from the pool available for that particular match. This money will be put into a pot that is only accessible through the Blitz Mechanism. Each day during the Grand Finals, the team that wins a battle in the shortest amount of time that day will be rewarded with this pool of money. [...]this mechanism [should] encourage the teams to try more aggressive tactics." [3]

The Teams

Korean Server:

  1. NOA
  2. ARETE

Chinese Server:

  1. El Gaming
  2. JL eSports Club

North American Server:

  1. Elevate
  2. Apex

CIS(Commonwealth of Independent States) Server:

  1. Not So Serious
  2. Tornado Energy
  3. Unique

European Server:

  1. DiNG
  2. Kazna Kru
  3. OOPS: The Tough Giraffes
  4. Utopia
  5. GoHard

Southeast Asian Server:

  1. PVP Super Friends
  2. U Are Dead

Joker Teams:

  1. Lemming Train (currently known as "Denial eSports")
  2. Team WUSA


The Final Battle 2017 (at WG Fest 2017)

  1. Tornado Energy
  2. DiNG
  3. Unique / OOPS: TTG

WGL Grand Finals 2017 Moscow

  1. Tornado energy (former Hellraisers)
  2. Ding
  3. Elevate / NSS

WGL Grand Finals 2016 Warsaw

  1. Natus Vincere
  2. Hellraisers
  3. Wombats on Tanks (former Virtus Pro)

WGL Grand Finals 2015 Warsaw

  1. Hellraisers
  2. EL Gaming
  3. Natus Vincere

WGL Grand Finals 2014 Warsaw

  1. Natus Vincere
  2. Virtus Pro
  3. The Red Rush: Unity

WGLeague EU Finals Katowice 2017

  1. DiNG
  2. Kazna Kru

Wargaming.net League EU Season #2 2015/2016 Cologne

  1. Wombats on Tanks (former Virtus Pro)
  2. Tornado Rox

Wargaming.net League EU Season #1 2015/2016 Cologne

  1. Virtus Pro
  2. PENTA Sports

Wargaming.net League EU 2014 Sofia

  1. Kazna Kru
  2. Schoolbus
  3. Virtus Pro

WoT Proleague Season #4 2014

  1. Schoolbus
  2. Virtus Pro
  3. CPLAY

WoT Proleague Season #3 2013/14

  1. Virtus Pro
  2. Synergy
  3. Denial eSports

WoT Proleague Season #2 2013

  1. Virtus Pro
  2. Evil Panda Squad
  3. Kazna Kru

WoT Proleague Season #1 2013

  1. team-dignitas
  2. Virtus Pro
  3. Mousesports