Counter-Strike: Global Offensive – StarLadder Berlin Major Guide 2019

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The StarLadder Berlin Major will be the second Major competition of the year, and it’ll see some of the best groups on the planet duke it out for the incredible $1 million prize pool.

Obviously, it’s not about the cash, however. The notoriety of winning a Major title is a fantasy for ace CS players, so we’re promised some inconceivably energizing matches as each point can mean the distinction.

Underneath you’ll discover our guide center so you can keep refreshed on all that it brings to the table. Who’s playing? When is it on? How might you observe all the activity? Simply read on, we have you secured. We’ll additionally keep this guide refreshed as the competition seethes on, so bookmark this page to remain on top of it!

Results

We’ll separate the outcomes from every one of the Stages only underneath as the challenge advances:

Champions Stage

Quarterfinals Bracket:

  • ENCE versus Renegades
  • Group Vitality versus AVANGAR
  • Astralis versus Team Liquid
  • Natus Vincere versus NRG Esports

Legends Stage

Top eight groups who advanced to the Champion Stage:

  • ENCE
  • NRG Esports
  • Astralis
  • Group Vitality
  • AVANGAR
  • Group Liquid
  • Natus Vincere
  • Rebels

Challengers Stage

Top eight groups who advanced to the Legends Stage:

  • North
  • mousesports
  • G2 Esports
  • NRG Esports
  • CR4ZY
  • Group Vitality
  • AVANGAR
  • DreamEaters

When does it start?

Here’s the point at which the Berlin major is expected to arrive.

  • New Challengers Stage: Friday 23rd – Monday 26th August
  • New Legends Stage: Wednesday 28th August – Sunday first September
  • New Champions Stage: Thursday fifth – Sunday eighth September

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Who’s there?

The greatest groups on the planet will visit and battle for that $500,000 thousand prize.

Group Liquid are the ones to beat, with something of a stranglehold on S-Tier rivalries throughout the previous couple of months. Fluster Clan show up, brandishing huge names like olofmeister and GuardiaN, while Natus Vincere of Ukraine hope to pull through having taken triumph in the last StarLadder-run occasion.

Here’s a full rundown of groups contending in the StarLadder Berlin Major 2019:

Legends:

  • Astralis
  • ENCE
  • Natus Vincere
  • MIBR
  • Fluster Clan
  • Group Liquid
  • Mavericks
  • Ninjas in Pajamas

New Challengers:

  • Essentialness
  • Unpredictability
  • HellRaisers
  • mousesports
  • CR4ZY
  • forZe
  • Syman
  • North
  • G2
  • AVANGAR
  • NRG
  • FURIA
  • Grayhound
  • TYLOO
  • DreamEaters
  • INTZ

How’s it work?

The main 8 Challenger groups advance for the chance to battle it out against the Legend groups. The initial two phases utilize a Swiss section group, with best of 3 counterparts for headway and disposals.

The best 8 from the Legend Stage advance to the Champion Stage, which uses a solitary disposal section type, a conventional knockout arrangement. Quarter, Semi and Grand Finals are for the most part best of 3.

 

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