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Event suchen suchen alle Events. Each Minor will feature eight teams. In addition, the teams that placed third in their respective Minors will have another shot at the Major as since Valve reduced the number of direct invites from sixteen to fourteen, the last two spots will be decided through a third place qualifier, in which the teams that placed third at each Minor will play until two teams remain.
The map pool was changed for this Major. Cache was taken out of the map pool as Valve announced it would be undergoing renovations. Rather than debuting a new Cobblestone, which is normally in the map pool, Valve introduced Vertigo for the first time as part of its competitive map pool.
Each regional qualifier, called "Minors", featured eight teams. Like past recent Minors, no teams were directly invited to the Minors.
Each Minor will feature two groups of four teams in a standard, GSL format group stage. The highest and lowest seed of the group and then other two teams will play in a best of one.
The winners will play in a best of three and then the losers will play in a best of three. The winner of the winner's match will qualify for the bracket stage while the loser of the loser's match will be eliminated.
The last two teams in the group will play in a best of three; the winner will move on to the bracket stage and the loser will be eliminated.
The bracket stage will be a four team, best of three, double elimination bracket. The top two teams will qualify for the New Challengers stage of the Major, the third place team will have another shot in the third place play-in, while the fourth place team will be eliminated.
The third place play-in will be a four team, double elimination bracket. The initial and winner's match will be a best of one while the elimination matches will be a best of three.
The top three teams move on to the Major as Cloud9 lost their Major spot so the spot is replaced by a team from the third place play-in.
The North American closed qualifier featured sixteen teams, with eight teams being invited and another eight teams coming from four open qualifiers.
Like the Europe Minor closed qualifier, the North America qualifier was a sixteen team, double elimination, best of three bracket.
The last spot was filled in by a last chance qualifier. Sharks Esports was able to take advantage of Team Singularity's inexperience and had a relatively easy time closing out the game.
INTZ booked a spot in the bracket by taking a very close three game series over Luminosity. Team One was the first team to be eliminated after a fairly close three game series with Singularity.
Sharks looked to continue the streak of underdog Brazilian teams making an impact and it did so as Sharks eliminated Singularity behind Raphael "exit" Lacerda's 55 kills.
The Europe Minor closed qualifier featured sixteen teams. No teams were invited to the Minor, but eight teams were invited to the closed qualifier while another eight teams came from four open qualifiers.
The closed qualifier was a sixteen team, double elimination, best of three bracket. Notable teams such as Virtus.
NoChance kicked off the Europe Minor with an upset over mousesports, barely edging out the Germany-based team; four of the five NoChance players had at least 20 kills each.
Fnatic dismantled North in the first map of group B's winner's matchup and then limited the Danish offense in the second half of the second map as Jesper "JW" Wecksell put on a vintage performance with 25 kills.
After making a comeback in the first map and taking a 12—3 lead in the second map, Sprout looked to close things out. However, Finn "karrigan" Andersen rallied his team and completely overran the Sprout defense in the second half.
Sprout took a small lead into the third map halftime, but, once again, mousesports rallied back and only allowed one round and Sprout was eliminated.
Group B's loser's match had Ancient and BIG splitting the first two maps and the third map went to overtime.
CR4ZY continued its winning ways with a dominant two-game sweep over North to book a spot at the Major.
The Asia Minor will feature eight teams. Unlike the other Minors, the Asia Minor featured teams from six geographical regions. All qualifiers featured four invited teams with four more coming from two open qualifiers, except for the Greater China qualifier — which had sixteen teams, eight of which were invited — and the African qualifier — which had no invited teams.
All qualifiers were a double elimination, best of three bracket. Grayhound Gaming started strong by taking down Energy Esports with relatively easy fashion, as Simon "Sico" Williams's 22 kills lead the way.
Avant Gaming upset 5Power Gaming after Avant took a massive 14—1 lead at the half and the 5Power comeback started far too late. Grayhound and Avant had a close first game that went in favor of the higher seeded Australians, but Grayhound posted a 16—0 on the second map to advance.
Avant proved its win over 5Power was not a fluke as a very close three game series went in favor of the Australians. Grayhound had some trouble with MVP PK on the first map, but a dominant second map guaranteed the Australians that it would not be eliminated at the Minors.
TyLoo easily took down Avant with a 16—2 win on the first map; the second map was much closer, but the Chinese team put away the game with YuanZhang "Attacker" Sheng's massive 32 kills.
MVP PK was able to handle Avant as dominant second halves on both maps allowed the Koreans to at least guarantee a spot on the Minor play-in.
With Renegades already at the Major, TyLoo found a new Australian team to have contentious series with, and Grayhound came out on top, with the third map going into double overtime.
The CIS Minor will feature eight teams. The CIS closed qualifier featured the same format as the other Minor qualifiers.
Gambit Youngsters easily took down Unique Team in a dominant 16—4 win. DreamEaters survived Warthox in a two-game sweep that featured a and scorelines.
Syman eliminated Unique in two very close games, including one that went to overtime. In the battle of group B favorites in the loser's set, Spirit edged out Nemiga to eliminate the Belarusians.
After suffering had big loss to Gambit Youngters in the first map, Syman dominated the next two to stay alive.
Spirit bounced back and was able to eliminated Warthox as Victor "somedieyoung" Orudzhev's 44 kills lead the way. Syman defeated DreamEaters in a thrilling series that went all three games, with the last two going into overtime.
DreamEaters was able to eliminate Spirit in an upset win. In the loser's finals, Syman and DreamEaters clashed in another tense set, but Syman came out on top again and qualified for the Major.
This qualifier featured the teams that placed third in their respective Minors. This phase was a four team, best of three, double elimination bracket.
After Cloud9 forfeited its spot by not fielding the majority of its lineup from the last Major, a third team would qualify from this qualifier.
The second map also started off with the Russians thrashing the Brazilians, but INTZ managed to make a massive comeback, from down 12—3 to winning 19— The third map was a close one, but DreamEaters managed to pull off the upset to head to its first Major.
Of course, it's not all about the money, though. The prestige of winning a Major title is a dream for pro CS players, so we're guaranteed some incredibly exciting matches as each point can mean the difference.
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Team Liquid are the ones to beat, with something of a stranglehold on S-Tier competitions for the last few months.