CEVO Season 6: Professional
The Professional Division is the most prestigious division of CEVO and consists of the top 16 teams in North America.
- Online League:
- Eight week regular season
- Round Robin
- Series played in bo1 format.
- There will be a winner for each match.
- If the match is tied after thirty rounds, overtime will be played. Overtime consists of two, three round halves.
- Double elimination playoffs
- top 8 teams qualify for the s6 Professional Playoffs (bo3 double elimination bracket)
- Top 4 teams (from Online Playoffs) will qualify for the s6 Professional division on LAN at MLG.tv's arena in Columbus. 
- top 10 teams will automatically re-qualify for the s7 Professional division
- teams who finish 11th-16th will be invited to participate in the s7 Professional Placement Tournament for a chance to retain their spot in the Professional division
The starting prize pool was set at $11,275 (USD), but people are able to increase it via community crowdfunding.
As of February 25th, 2015, a total of +$11,722 (USD) are spread among the teams as seen below:  is spread as seen below.
|1st||$5,861||50%||Counter Logic Gaming|
|From last season (10)|
|Team Liquid11 & 15||
||Mythic1 & 16 & 23||Denial eSports3 & 12||affNity7, 9 & 20|
|SapphireKelownaDotCom6 & 25||Counter Logic Gaming2 & 17|
|From S6 Placement Tournament (6)|
- 1 Reliable Gaming Network is now known as Mythic
- 2 mouseSpaz acquire the roster of NetcodeGuides.com
- 3 LunatiK eSports acquire the roster of Team Savage
- 4 The Stream Team is now known WinOut.net
- 5 Tempo Gaming marked dead; removed from division
- 6 SapphireKelownaDotCom (reportedly) parts ways with the sponsor
- 7 VexX Gaming left the organization and is now known as ToBeAnnounced
- 8 iBUYPOWER left the organization and is now known as Hugh Jass Construction
- 9 ToBeAnnounced is now Mayhem
- 10 Hugh Jass Construction is now known as GX on CEVO
- 11 Denial E-Sports left the organization and is now known as Chill guys
- 12 Denial E-Sports acquire the roster of LunatiK eSports
- 13 LunatiK eSports acquire the roster of Adaptation
- 14 Rhythm is now known as Ascendancy
- 15 Team Liquid acquire the roster of Chill guys
- 16 Mythic is now known as NetcodeGuides.com
- 17 Counter Logic Gaming acquire the roster of mouseSpaz
- 18 WinOut.net is known as The Stream Team again
- 19 GX is now known as Just For Fun
- 20 Mayhem is now known as affNity
- 21 OK2STRONG marked dead; removed from division
- 22 ex-iBP marked dead due to three of their players being banned from CEVO in wake of the match fixing scandal
- 23 NetcodeGuides.com return to Mythic due the match fixing scandal
- 24 Area51 and Torqued marked dead; removed from division
- 25 SapphireKelownaDotCom sponsor the team again
- 25 The Stream Team withdraw from CEVO-P
December 8, 2014 - Febuary 19, 2015 
|North America NA League|
|2.||Counter Logic Gaming||7-2||0.773*||21p|
- * CEVO standings was decided by CPI (CEVO Performance Index).
For full results and cross table, click here.
Online Playoff Bracket
Febuary 22–26, 2014
April 13-15, 2014
- CEVO S6 finals at MLG Arena, hltv.org
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- CEVO Standings, cevo.com