Electronic Sports World Cup

Electronic Sports World Convention
Sport eSports
Call of Duty
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Founded 2003
Country France
Continent Europe

The Electronic Sports World Convention (ESWC) (formerly known as Electronic Sports World Cup) is an international professional gaming championship. Every year, winners of national qualifier events around the world earn the right to represent their country in the ESWC Finals. The event has been praised for its organisation and ability to put on a good show for spectators.

The ESWC was originally created by a French company, Ligarena, that had previously hosted smaller Local Area Network (LAN) events in France under the name of LAN Arena. In 2003, Ligarena decided to do something on a larger scale and the ESWC was born. In 2005, Ligarena became Games-Services.

In 2009, ESWC was bought by another French company, Games-Solution, which became the owner of the brand.

In 2012, Oxent, an agency specialising in electronic sports, acquired the ESWC.[1]

The grand finals and masters of ESWC have had a total prize purse of €1,721,000 between 2003 and 2010.[2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10]


The first Electronic Sports World Cup was held in 2003 with a total of 358 participants from 37 countries and a prize purse of €150.000.[11] To participate in the tournament, competitors had to place in their country's national qualifier.[12] By 2006, the event had grown to 547 qualified participants from 53 countries and had a prize purse of $400,000 US.[13] The event also featured the first competition with a game specifically made for it: TrackMania Nations.


The 2003 ESWC saw around 150,000 players narrowed down to just 358 players, from 37 different countries, who attended the finals at the Futuroscope near Poitiers in France. The total prize fund for the event was €156,000.

2003 4th
Counter-Strike[14] Sweden [9] United States zEx Sweden SK Gaming* France GoodGame
Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos[15] Sweden Alborz "HeMaN" Haidarian Sweden Fredrik "MaDFroG" Johansson France Antoine "FaTC" Zadri France Yoan "ToD" Merlo
Unreal Tournament 2003[16] Germany Christian "GitzZz" Hoeck Sweden Björn "zulg" Sunesson United States Jonathan "Fatal1ty" Wendell Netherlands Marcel "$ol-Blade" Clanbase
Quake 3[15] Russia Anton "Cooller" Singov United States John "ZeRo4" Hill Russia Alexey "LeXeR" Nesterov Sweden Pelle "fazz" Söderman
Counter-Strike Female[17] Germany SK Gaming Sweden Femina Bellica Denmark Denmark Girls France To Hell Angels


The 2004 finals were once again held at the Futuroscope. Roughly 400 finalists, from 41 countries, attended to compete for a €210,000 prize purse.[18]

2004 4th
Counter-Strike[19] Denmark Titans Sweden spiXel Russia Virtus.pro United States The Stomping Grounds
Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne[20] South Korea Dae Hui "FoV" Cho Sweden Fredrik "MaDFroG" Johansson Sweden Alborz "HeMaN" Haidarian South Korea Chun "Sweet" Jung Hee
Unreal Tournament 2004[21] Germany Maurice "BurningDeath" Engelhardt Germany Christian "GitzZz" Hoeck Netherlands Laurens "Lauke" Pluijmakers Italy Nicola "Forrest" Geretti
Quake 3[22] Sweden Sweden United States United States Russia Russia Belarus Belarus
Counter-Strike Female[23] Denmark Team all 4 one Brazil Ladies.AMD China New4|eibo Sweden Les Seules
Pro Evolution Soccer 3[24] France Samad "Samsam" Baism Germany Marcel "Xside" Waulke China Chen Zhiliang China Wang Zaoxing
Painkiller[25] Netherlands Sander "Vo0" Kaasjager Italy Alessandro "Stermy" Avallone Germany Michael "Dr.Moerser" Froese United States Jonathan "Fatal1ty" Wendell


In 2005, the venue was moved to a larger facility: The Carrousel du Louvre in Paris. The total prize payout was again raised - this time to €300,000.

2005 4th
Counter-Strike[26] United States compLexity Denmark SK Gaming* Germany Mousesports South Korea Lunatic-hai
Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne[27] Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen Russia Andrey "Deadman" Sobolev South Korea Seo Woo "ReiGn" Kang China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng
Unreal Tournament 2004[28] France Michael "winz" Bignet Austria Markus "Falcon" Holzer Netherlands Laurens "Lauke" Pluijmakers Italy Michele "DevilMC" Esposito
Quake 3[29] Russia Anton "Cooller" Singov United States Paul "czm" Nelson Sweden Magnus "fojji" Olsson United States Jason "socrates" Sylka
Counter-Strike Female[30] United States Girls Got Game Brazil Ladies.AMD Spain x6tence.AMD France Beat off The Best
Pro Evolution Soccer 4[24] Saudi Arabia Badr "ArabianJoker" Hakeem Martinique Mike "Mike" Moreton Spain Raúl "Legre" Alegre China "Zhao_Hang"
Gran Turismo 4[31] France Pierre "Snake" Lenoire France Thibault "Carter" Lacombe France Arnaud "Lucky" Lacombe France Jean-Philippe "Phenicks" Lacombe

*SK-Gaming's, secondary, Danish squad


The 2006 event took place at the Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy and the total prize payout was approximately €300,000.

2006 4th
Counter-Strike[32] Brazil Made in Brazil Sweden fnatic Germany aTTaX United States Team3D
Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne[33] South Korea Jae Wook "Lucifer" Noh Croatia Ivica "Zeus[19]" Markovic China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng Bulgaria Zdravko "Insomnia" Georgiev
Quake 4[34] France Michael "winz" Bignet Belarus Alexey "Cypher" Yanushevsky Netherlands Ivo "Forever" Lindhout Russia Anton "Cooller" Singov
Counter-Strike Female[35] France Beat off the Best Sweden Les Seules China Hacker Victory Germany SK Gaming*
Pro Evolution Soccer 5[36] France Bruce "Spank" Grannec France Moustafa "Myto" Menadi Belgium Yasin "Jinxy" Koroglu China Song "Song" Xianzhi
Gran Turismo 4[37] France Pierre "Snake" Lenoire France Thibault "Carter" Lacombe France Arnaud "Lucky" Lacombe Australia Daniel "Holl01" Holland
Trackmania Nations[38] France Dorian "Carl" Vallet Austria Manuel "Baiy000r" Baier Germany Pascal "gaLLo" Jäger France Adrien "Dridrione" Auxent


The 2007 ESWC took place at the Paris expo Porte de Versailles, Paris, from July 5 to July 8. There was a complete expo for this event, called "Mondial du Gaming" (World of Gaming).

750 finalists, from 51 countries, competed for a prize purse of $180,000 US.[6]

2007 4th
Counter-Strike[32] Poland PGS.PokerStrategy.com Denmark Team NoA Sweden fnatic * Brazil Made in Brazil
Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne[33] South Korea Lee Sung "SoJu" Duk Norway Olav "Creolophus" Undheim Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen South Korea Jun "Lyn" Park
Quake 4[34] Poland Maciej "av3k" Krzykowski Russia Anton "Cooller" Singov France Michael "winz" Bignet Sweden Mikael "PURRI" Tarvainen
Counter-Strike Female[35] United States SK Gaming ** China EHONOR France Be The Best Sweden Unfinished
Pro Evolution Soccer 6[36] Germany Sven "S-Butcher" Wehmeier France Bruce "Spank" Grannec Germany Mike "El Matador" Linden Portugal Almeida "Bubaloo" Jorge
Trackmania Nations[38] Netherlands Freek "XenoGear" Molema France Dorian "Carl" Vallet France Simon "Lign" Ferreira France Charles "selrahc37" Devillard


Leaving France for the first time, the 2008 Electronic Sports World Cup took place in San Jose, California, USA,[39] from August 25 to August 27 during the bigger "NVISION 08" event. The disciplines announced were: Counter-Strike (open and female), Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne, Trackmania Nations Forever, Defense of the Ancients and, Quake 3.[40] Pro Evolution Soccer was not included because the global Konami authority had not given its support to the competition.[41] The prize purse was approximately $200,000 US.

2008[42] 4th
Counter-Strike Poland PGS.MYM (NEO, TaZ)[43] South Korea eSTRO Sweden fnatic Germany Mousesports
Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne South Korea Du-Seop "WhO" Chang China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng China Zhuo "TeD" Zeng South Korea Seo Woo "ReiGn" Kang
Quake 3 Belarus Alexey "Cypher" Yanushevsky Germany Marcel 'K1llsen' Paul United States Shane "Rapha" Hendrixson China Fan "Jibo" Zhibo
Counter-Strike Female United States SK Gaming France emuLate China EHonor Sweden MeetYourMakers
Trackmania Nations Sweden Kalle "Frostbeule" Moertlund Videkull Netherlands Freek "XenoGear" Molema France Simon "Lign" Ferreira France Dorian "Carl" Vallet
Defense of the Ancients Singapore Zenith Malaysia KingSurf Denmark MeetYourMakers United States Evil Geniuses

Masters of Paris

In place of the ESWC, the "Masters of Paris" was held from July 4 to July 6, during the "Mondial du Gaming", taking place at the Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy. The same disciplines took place during this Masters and offered additional qualifying slots for ESWC Grand Final in San Jose. All winners won a slot to participate in the ESWC Grand Final, and hotel accommodation in San Jose, free of charge.

2008 Masters of Paris[44] 4th
Counter-Strike Denmark Mortal Teamwork Sweden fnatic Germany Mousesports Finland Roccat
Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne South Korea Jae Ho "Moon" Jang China Li "Sky" Xiaofeng France Yoan "ToD" Merlo South Korea Du-Seop "WhO" Chang
Quake 3 Belarus Alexey "Cypher" Yanushevsky Sweden Magnus "fox" Olsson Poland Maciej "av3k" Krzykowski China Fan "Jibo" Zhibo
Counter-Strike Female Sweden Les Seules United States SK Gaming France Emulate Russia forZe
Trackmania Nations France Simon "Lign" Ferreira Netherlands Freek "XenoGear" Molema Sweden Kalle "Frostbeule" Mörtlund Videkull Portugal Pedro "Moriah" Barbosa
Defense of the Ancients Sweden SK Gaming Romania The Elder Gods Denmark MeetYourMakers United States Evil Geniuses

Masters of Athens

"Masters of Athens" was held from October 17 to October 18, 2008, during the Athens Digital Week. Disciplines featured were Quake III and Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne. The tournament had a $30.000 prize purse, and the champion qualified for ESWC 2009.

2008 Masters of Athens 4th
Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne South Korea June "Lyn" Park South Korea Jae Ho "Moon" Jang France Yoan "ToD" Merlo South Korea Du-Seop "WhO" Chang
Quake 3 United States Shane "Rapha" Hendrixson Sweden Sebastian "Spart1e" Siira Poland Maciej "av3k" Krzykowski Belarus Alexey "Cypher" Yanushevsky


Masters of Cheonan

2009 Masters of Cheonan[45] 4th
Counter-Strike Sweden fnatic Sweden SK-Gaming Germany Mousesports Norway Alchemists
Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne Spain Pedro "LucifroN" Moreno Durán South Korea Park "Lyn" June China Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang Russia Dmitriy "Happy" Kostin
StarCraft: Brood War United States Gregory "IdrA" Fields Ukraine Oleksii "White-Ra" Krupnik South Korea Seo "ToSsGirL" Ji-Soo China Zhang"Super" Minglu
Special Force South Korea ITBANK Razer South Korea eSTRO South Korea ITBANK teenager Razer China END
FIFA Online 2 South Korea Kim Jung-Min South Korea Lee Woo-Young South Korea Yang Jin-Mo


The 2010 "Electronic Sports World Cup", which took place at Disneyland Paris, featured a €213,500 prize purse. Games Solution (or DIP-Organisation) took over the ESWC in 2010.[46]

2010 4th
Counter-Strike Ukraine Natus Vincere Sweden SK Gaming Denmark mortal Team work Poland Frag eXecutors
Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne South Korea June "Lyn" Park South Korea Jae Ho "Moon" Jang South Korea Sung sik "ReMinD" Kim Russia Happy
Quake Live United States Rapha Poland av3k Russia Anton "Cooller" Singov United States Dahang
Counter-Strike Female United States SK Gaming Sweden fnatic France Millenium Germany Mousesports
TrackMania Norway Bergie Portugal Moria France YoYo France Carl
Defense of the Ancients China EHOME Russia DTS Denmark MeetYourMakers United States Nirvana
FIFA 10 France Anas "Astank" Sofi Brazil Pires Mexico Andrei Portugal Francisco "Quinzas" Cruz
Need for Speed: Shift Netherlands Steffan Germany Husky Germany Sliver Poland lecho
Super Street Fighter IV United States Justin Wong United States Marn France Olivier "Luffy" Hay South Korea Sun Woo "Infiltration" Lee
Guitar Hero 5 France Banobi Brazil CNB.Luckysonic United States vVv Smokyprogg South Korea kyu hwan "TeamTest" Han


This event marked the transitional replacement and additions of several cornerstone tournament titles. This included the replacement of Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne with StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty,[47] as well as the replacement of Defense of the Ancients with Dota 2.[48] Additionally, this event marked the first and only year in which Counter-Strike: Source was present. It was also the last year that would include Counter-Strike 1.6, which was the main attraction of the tournament for many years, and the last remaining game that had been featured in the inaugural ESWC event.[49]

2011 4th
StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty France Ilyes "Stephano" Satouri Poland Grzegorz "MaNa" Komincz South Korea Jung-Hoon "MarineKing" Lee Netherlands Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen
Counter-Strike Sweden SK Gaming Ukraine Natus Vincere Germany Mousesports Poland AGAiN
Counter-Strike Female United States UBINITED France Millenium Russia Moscow Five Brazil Gamerhouse
Counter-Strike: Source France Team VeryGames (Ex6TenZ, NBK, RpK, shox, SmithZz) Denmark CKRAS Gaming (3k2, cajun, FeTiSh, h0lm, wantz) United States CheckSix Gaming (DaZeD, frozt, neiL, Steel, tck) Canada Team Dynamic (adreN, ANGER, AZK, Legend, PEX)
TrackMania Forever Slovakia Erik "hakkiJunior" Leštach Slovakia Marek "tween" Pacher France Yoann "YoYo" Cook Netherlands Tim "Spam" Lunenburg
Dota 2 Ukraine Natus Vincere China EHOME Serbia GamersLeague Denmark monkeybusiness
FIFA 11 France Adrien "Aquino" Viaud Spain Rafael "Ralfitita" Riobó Sánchez Portugal Francisco "Quinzas" Cruz Netherlands Koen "k0entj92" Weijland


2012 4th
StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty Poland Grzegorz "MaNa" Komincz South Korea Park "fOrGG" Ji Soo France Ilyes "Stephano" Satouri France Grégory "NeOAnGeL" Ferte
Dota 2 Ukraine Natus Vincere United States Team Dignitas France Shiba Gaming France Imaginary Gaming
ShootManiaStorm France Colwn Netherlands Eclypsia Germany GamersLeague France 287
TrackMania Nations Forever Netherlands Tim "Spam" Lunenburg Slovakia Marek "Tween" Pacher Canada Carl-Antoni "CarlJr" Cloutier France Adrien "Ned" Le Berre
FIFA 13 France Bruce "Spank" Grannec Romania Ovidiu "Ovvy" Patrascu France Julien "Juliianooo" Dassonville Saudi Arabia Abdulaziz "Alshehri" Alshehri
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 South Korea Bae "Knee" Jae Min South Korea Park "Nin" Hyun Kyu Indonesia Leonard "lion art" Y.H United Kingdom Eze "StarScream" Izundu
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Sweden Ninjas in Pyjamas (Get_Right, f0rest, Xizt, friberg, Fiflaren) France Team VeryGames (Ex6TenZ, NBK, RpK, SmithZz, kennyS) United States Area 51 (DaZeD, sgares, semphis, PineKone, tck) Germany n!faculty (asmo, kirby, smn, disruptor, qk-mantis)
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Girls United States UBINITED (Ali, jso, potter, missharvey, sapphiRe) Germany Team ALTERNATE (beyoNd, n i c i, kathi, iReNe, zAAz) United Kingdom Reason Gaming (Abiii, Kaat, aNi-, Sephi, Salah) France Imaginary Gaming (AmandiiNe, Cla, Kly, PrincesS, TuEuSee'e)
TrackMania 2: Canyon Finland Kasperi "klovni" Aaltonen Germany Florian "oNio" Roschu France Ludovic "Ludo" Marquet France Côme "Cocow" Marquet


Call of Duty: Black Ops II United States compLexity France Millenium United Kingdom Epsilon eSports United Kingdom Infused
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive France Clan-Mystik France VeryGames Ukraine Astana Dragons Sweden Ninjas in Pyjamas
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (women) Sweden Druidz Germany Alternate France Mistral Gaming United States Ubinited
Dota 2 Russia Team Empire United States Evil Geniuses France Sigma.int Sweden 4FC
FIFA 14 France Vincent "Vinch" Hoffmann Russia Robert "Ufenok77" Fakhretdinov Sweden Ivan 'Boraslegend' Lapanje Netherlands Alban "azzurra" Xhemajli
ShootMania Storm France aAa Sweden Lemondogs Gen Sweden Fnatic
TrackMania 2: Stadium Canada Carl Jr. Germany TaLa Netherlands Koenz Norway Bergie


Call of Duty:Ghosts United States Evil Geniuses United Kingdom TCM Gaming France Ascentia Gaming France Team Vitality
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Sweden Fnatic France Team LDLC Poland Virtus.Pro Ukraine Natus Vincere
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (women) France 3DMAX United States Team Karma Sweden Bad Monkey gaming France Reason Gaming
FIFA 15 Iran Navid "AdamanT" Borhani United Kingdom Sean "Dragonn" Allen France Benfreha "neyo67" Hicham Sweden Ivan 'Boraslegend' Lapanje
Just Dance Brazil Diego "Diegho.san" Dos Santos Brazil Tulio "Tulioakar96" Furst Akar France Amandine "Dina" Morisset Brazil elvin "Jaeder" Da Rocha Santos
ShootMania Storm France Aera eSport France aAa Sweden Awsomniac United Kingdom FM eSports
TrackMania 2: Stadium Canada Carl Jr. Slovakia tween France YoYo Netherlands Spam



T3rd T3rd
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare United States OpTic Gaming United States Denial eSports United States Revenge Gaming United Kingdom Vitality Storm


T3rd T3rd
Counter Strike: Global Offensive Ukraine Natus Vincere United States Cloud9 France EnVyUs Ukraine FlipSid3 Tactics
Counter Strike: Global Offensive (female) United States Counter Logic Gaming Red Sweden Games4u.se Female United States Team Karma France Team Acer.fe

2015 PGW

T3rd T3rd
FIFA 16 Denmark August "Agge" Rosenmeier United Kingdom Spencer "HugeGorilla" Ealing Germany Erhan "DrErhano" Kayman Iran Kiarash "Immortal" Shokouhisolgi
League of Legends (female) France unKnights Ladies France GG Call Nash Norway BX3 EK France Lamasticrew
Trackmania 2 Stadium Canada Carl-Antoni "Carl-Jr" Cloutier United Kingdom Thomas "Pac" Cole Slovakia Marek "Tween" Pacher Netherlands Tim "Spam" Lunenburg
Just Dance Brazil Diegho France Dina Brazil Kelvin Germany Lucktose
Trackmania VR Germany Hans "Racehans" Pausch France Yoann "YoYo" Cook France Yoann "YoYo" Cook Netherlands Koen "Koenz" Schobbers


Medal Tally

Throughout the ESWC finals the medal tally is as follows (as of ESWC 2014):

# Countries Total
1 France France 23 14 25 62
2  United States 13 9 8 30
3  Sweden 12 14 9 35
4  South Korea 10 8 4 22
5  Poland 5 3 3 11
6  Netherlands 5 2 5 12
7  Germany 4 8 10 22
8  Ukraine 4 3 1 8
9  Russia 3 4 6 13
10  Denmark 3 4 5 12
11  Brazil 2 5 0 7
12  Slovakia 2 5 0 7
13  Belarus 2 1 0 3
14  Canada 2 0 1 3
15  China 1 5 7 13
16  Spain 1 2 2 5
17  Norway 1 1 0 2
18  Singapore 1 0 0 1
19  Finland 1 0 0 1
20  Iran 1 0 0 1
21  United Kingdom 0 2 2 4
22  Austria 0 2 0 2
23  Romania 0 2 0 2
24  Portugal 0 1 2 3
25  Italy 0 1 0 1
26  Croatia 0 1 0 1
27  Malaysia 0 1 0 1
28  Indonesia 0 0 2 2
29  Serbia 0 0 2 2
30  Belgium 0 0 1 1
31  Mexico 0 0 1 1

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