Pro Evolution Soccer Championships
Tournament information
LocationRotating locations
Month playedJune
Established2003
Number of
tournaments
17
Administrator(s)Konami
FormatRound-robin (group stage)
Single-elimination (bracket stage)
Host(s)Konami
WebsiteOfficial Website
Current champion
Japan madakanachappy (PS4)

Brazil ThePhenom3392 (Xbox One)

Germany twitch_peazyyy (Steam)

eFootball.Open, known as PES League prior to 2020, is the showpiece event at the end of the competitive PES Season for 1v1 competition. The event was originally founded in 2003 and has historically determined the official 1vs1 e-sports world championship of the soccer videogame Pro Evolution Soccer. Between 2003 and 2010, the event was open to selected European countries and since 2010, the event has been open to selected countries globally. eFootball.Pro is a 3v3 team competition open to teams of players contracted by professional football clubs and is the successor to the team event held at PESLeague since 2018. Players who have historically done well in the eFootball.Open competitions are more likely to be contracted by a professional club to represent them in the team event. The current PES 3vs3 World Champions are the Brazilian team "eLiga Sul Stars" who won the 3s3 PES League finals on 29 June 2019 along with the top team prize of 75.000 US$ split between the team.[1]

All Editions

Individual tournament (1v1) - eFootball.Open

Edition Host city and country Champion Gold Final result Runner-up Silver Third place(s) Bronze Open to Ref Vid
2004 France Nice, France France "Sebou" 2-1 United Kingdom Osman "Oz" Idris Italy "Valentino" Europe [2]
2005 Italy Sardinia, Italy Poland Gregorz "Esiek" Kuznik 2-1 Belgium Yasin "Jinxy" Koroglu Switzerland Daniele "dibe" Bernardi Europe [3] [4]
2006 Republic of Ireland Dublin, Ireland Germany Mike "El Matador" Linden 4-2 United Kingdom Robert "RobMclean" Mclean Portugal Fabio "Modjo" Ribiero Europe [5]
2007 Spain Sevilla, Spain United Kingdom Robert "RobMclean" Mclean 6-1 United Kingdom Mark "Marko9Gardinic" Gardiner Poland Sebastian "Seb" Plocienniczaka Europe [6]
Germany Matthias "GoooL" Winkler
2008 Italy Rome, Italy Germany Sven 'S-Butcher' Wehmeier 2-1 Germany Dennis "wiDe" Winkler Italy Andrea "The Legend" Parisi Europe [7]
2009 France Nice, France Belgium Yasin "Jinxy" Koroglu 2-1 Spain Luis "Superdinho" Cintas Sola Germany Dennis "wiDe" Winkler Europe [8]
2010 Spain Mallorca, Spain Portugal Christopher "Christopher" Morais 2-1 Italy Ettore "Ettorito97" Giannuzzi Germany Sven 'S-Butcher' Wehmeier Global [9] [10]
Greece George 'The Greek' Tsirita
2011 Germany Cologne, Germany Italy Ettore "Ettorito97" Giannuzzi 4-1 Japan Subaru "Subaru" Sanago Portugal Christopher "Christopher" Morais Global [11] [12]
2012 Spain Madrid, Spain Spain Pau "PaUU_24" Lara 6-5 Israel Ron "Strikel" Strikel Germany Mike "El Matador" Linden Global [13] [14]
Portugal José "Puto Zeca" Silva
2013 United Arab Emirates Dubai, United Arab Emirates Germany Patrick "Phayton" Maier 4-1 Brazil Allison "Allison Black" Pereira Greece Lazaros 'IptamenosOllandos' Kopanidis Global [15] [16]
2014 England Manchester, England Greece Anastasios "Apolytosarxon" Pappis 3-2 Italy Ettore "VietKong90321" Giannuzzi United Kingdom Dex "Ambidextrous" Kord Global [17] [18]
2015 Germany Berlin, Germany France Walid "usmakabyle" Teban 3-2 Austria Matthias "Lutti-1" Luttenberger Israel Ron "Strikel" Strikel Global [19] [20]
2016 Italy Milan, Italy France Walid "usmakabyle" Teban 4-3 Brazil Guilherme "GuiFera15" Fonseca Panama Gerardo "Sr Conse" Colthirst Global [21] [22]
2017 Wales Cardiff, Wales Brazil Guilherme "GuiFera" Fonseca 2-1 Italy Ettore "Ettorito97" Giannuzzi Peru Jhonatan "Jhona_KRA" Salazar Global [23] [24]
2018 Spain Barcelona, Spain Italy Ettore "Ettorito97" Giannuzzi 3-0 Spain Alex "AlexAlguacil_8" Alguacil Brazil Felipe "Fmestre12_PW" Mestre Global [25] [26]
France Jeremy "TioMiit_PW" Bruniaux
2019 England London, England France Walid "usmakabyle" Teban 4-3 Italy Ettore "Ettorito97" Giannuzzi Indonesia Rizky "Zeus_Faidan" Faidan Global [27] [28]
Portugal Christopher "Christopher_PW" Morais
2020 (PS4) Online Japan madakanachappy 1-0 Indonesia akbarpaudie Brazil dannyelements Global [29] [30]
Brazil MayconDouglas99
2020 (Xbox One) Online Brazil ThePhenom3392 4-2 Argentina MelianTheKing Spain PaUUU24 Global [31] [32]
Turkey Mucahit21
2020 (Steam) Online Germany twitch_peazyyy 3-2 Spain Erkobra18 Turkey Ronaldo7 Global [33] [34]
Malaysia VNGLMHTS

CO-OP tournament (3v3)

Edition Host city and country Champions Gold Final result Runners-up Silver Ref Vid
2018 Spain Barcelona, Spain
Broken Silence
  • Italy Ettore "Ettorito97" Giannuzzi (C)
  • Spain Alex "AlexAlguacil_8" Alguacil
  • Italy Luca "Il Distruttore-44" Tubelli
2-0
Total Football
  • Netherlands Yan "Indojawa-FC" Sonneveld (C)
  • Netherlands Yos "Indominator" Sonneveld
  • Netherlands Damien "Mr_Pro_Evo-D" Derkink
[35] [36]
2019 England London, England
eLiga Sul Stars
  • Brazil Guilherme "GuiFera99" Fonseca
  • Brazil Wanderley "alemao_pesbr" Gomes
  • Brazil Ralph "Ralphmonteiroo" Monteiro
2-0
Wani
  • Indonesia Lucky "luckymaarif" Maarif
  • Indonesia Rizky "Zeus_Faidan" Faidan
  • Indonesia Rio "RIO_ds" Dwi Septiawan
[37] [38]

Medal count - 1v1 Championship

All time medal count of the individual 1v1 tournament.

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 France (FRA)4015
2 Germany (GER)3148
3 Italy (ITA)2428
4 Great Britain (GRB)1315
5 Brazil (BRA)1214
6 Spain (ESP)1203
7 Belgium (BEL)1102
8 Portugal (POR)1045
9 Greece (GRE)1023
10 Poland (POL)1012
11 Israel (ISR)0112
12 Austria (AUT)0101
 Japan (JPN)0101
14 Indonesia (INA)0011
 Panama (PAN)0011
 Peru (PER)0011
Totals (16 nations)16162052

Most successful players

This table shows the most decorated players from the 1v1 Championship. Those who have won the Championship and placed top three in another are included.

Athlete Country
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Silver medal world centered-2.svg
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg
Total
Walid "usmakabyle" Teban  France 3 0 0 3
Ettore "Ettorito97" Giannuzzi  Italy 2 4 0 6
Yasin "Jinxy" Koroglu  Belgium 1 1 0 2
Robert "RobMclean" Mclean  United Kingdom 1 1 0 2
Guilherme "GuiFera" Fonseca  Brazil 1 1 0 2
Christopher "Christopher" Morais  Portugal 1 0 2 3
Mike "El Matador" Linden  Germany 1 0 1 2
Sven "S-Butcher" Weihmeier  Germany 1 0 1 2

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