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Two teams from each qualifier move on to the New Challengers stage. Each minor featured eight teams.
Eight teams qualify from the closed qualifier to the minor. Each minor has two groups of four and the top two teams from each group move on to the bracket stage.
There, the four teams play in a four team, double elimination, best of three and the top two teams move on to the major.
The "New Challengers stage," formerly known as the offline qualifier, features sixteen teams: Boston , New Legends stage and the eight teams from the minors.
These teams play in a sixteen team, Swiss-system format. The top eight teams from this stage move on to the next phase of the major. The group stage, now known as the "New Legends stage" will feature the sixteen teams that are normally a part of the main stage.
These teams include the top eight teams from the Boston Major and the top eight teams from the New Challengers stage. Like the Challengers stage, the Legends stage is a sixteen team, Swiss-system format.
The top eight teams from this phase move on to the top eight. In round five of each Swiss group stage, the remaining six teams play in a best of three instead of the standard best of one.
Essentially, the teams with the hardest strength of schedules will earn the higher seeds after the first round; strength of schedule is determined by how many wins the team's opponent has had.
In the playoffs, now known as the "New Champions stage," eight teams will play in a single elimination, best of three bracket.
Teams will play until a winner is decided in the finals. Rather than a randomizing the teams with the teams with the same records, these playoffs would seed teams based on how difficult their opponents were.
This is determined by adding up how many wins the opponents had in the New Legends stage. The map pool will be different from the last major.
Each regional qualifier, called "Minors", featured eight teams, whether through direct invitation or through qualifiers. Each minor featured two groups of four teams; these groups were in GSL double elimination formats, which was the format used at every major until the ELEAGUE Major, with the initial matches and winners match being best of ones and the losers and decider series being best of three.
Two teams of each group qualify for the bracket phase, which is a four team, double elimination, best of three bracket.
Two teams qualify for the major qualifier from each minor. The Asia Minor ran from July 16 to July Two teams were invited to the Asia Minor, unlike the last Asia Minor, in which all eight teams were invited.
Two teams qualified from the Southeast Asia qualifier which includes India , one team from the East Asia qualifier, one team from the Middle East qualifier, one team from the Oceania qualifier, and one team from the China qualifier.
Each open Asian regional qualifier was a single elimination bracket. Controversy ensued in the China qualifier.
Fierce Tiger had won the China qualifier via forfeit from VG. FlashGaming due to the latter's internet issues. Flash suspected that its internet had been "sabotaged" before the match was about to start.
Fierce Tiger was unhappy with the decision, saying that VG. Flash should be held accountable for its own issues and that its players were already on vacation.
After speculations arose about the mysterious new fifth player Fierce Tiger brought on to the team who went by the alias "tbgirl", FACEIT learned and eventually confirmed with Valve that tbgirl was actually a player named Kun "LEo" Hou.
A VAC ban is an official ban by Valve if a player is caught cheating with Valve's anti-cheat system and any player with a VAC ban would be ineligible to play at a Valve-sponsored tournament and would last a lifetime.
Fierce Tiger tried to hide LEo's new identity and knowingly let the banned player play. Flash in the final. The Asia Minor kicked off with a stunner.
Renegades was able to defeat B. T-dream[S]cape in a comfortable win as the favorites to win the Minor moved on. Flash struggled as one of its star players YuanZhang "Attacker" Sheng was injured.
T-d[S] was able to the team from the China qualifier in a relatively close three maps as VG. Flash was eliminated after qualifying for the Boston Major back in January.
Renegades once again cruised to an easy series win against B. In Group B, TyLoo opened up with a closer than expected win against 5Power Club, as the latter was playing with three stand-ins.
In the other opening match, Uniquestars from Israel put up a strong performance, but it was not enough as Tainted Minds led by Joshua "INS" Potter's 25 kills allowed the Australian team to pull off the comeback.
In the winner's match, TyLoo absolutely throttled Tainted Minds to easily take the first seed. Uniquestars was able to pull off a series win against a notable Asian team in a close best of three.
However, the team from Israel could not pull past Tainted Minds as the latter was able to figure out Uniquestars in the end.
The bracket stage started off with a thriller, as the two rivals from the Asia and Oceania region met once again in the Asia Minor. TyLoo barely took the first map as it went the full thirty rounds.
Renegades took the next map into overtime. In the third map, Renegades had the early lead, but TyLoo won ten of the next eleven rounds to dominate Australia's best and move on to the winner's finals.
The next map was much closer, but Tainted Minds was able to secure the series and face off against TyLoo as some of the Tainted Minds players looked to go back to the Major.
SCARZ's mini-run came to an end as the Japanese fell to Renegades, but was able to take a map off the Australians as for the second straight year, an East Asian team came in fourth.
TyLoo continued to stroll as it defeated Tainted Minds to secure a spot at the Major. Renegades made quick work of Tainted Minds as the compatriots duked it out.
In the finals, Renegades took revenge against TyLoo as the Australians took the first seed in the Asia Minor to face an easier opponent in the first round of the New Challengers stage.
All eight teams in the CIS Minor came from the closed qualifier. In the closed qualifier, eight teams were invited and another eight teams qualified from four separate open qualifiers.
The closed qualifier was a sixteen team, best of three, Swiss system format and the top eight teams moved on to the CIS Minor. Before the Minor even started, Nemiga Gaming was denied visas to the United Kingdom, so the team was unable to attend the Minor.
With Nemiga Gaming out, Group A effectively ran as a three team, double elimination bracket with HellRaisers given a bye.
In the winner's match, HellRaisers took down PLINK after going down by taking six rounds in a row to secure a spot in the playoffs. The third map went to overtime on Mirage, but it was pro to get revenge by sweeping the overtime to eliminate PLINK and move on to the playoffs.
Team Spirit took down forZe in the winner's match to take the top seed in the group. In the bracket stage, pro took down Team Spirit in two maps to send the Russian team down to the loser's bracket.
HellRaisers was able to take down pro in two games in a relatively closer series to secure a spot at the Major, thanks to the firepower of Özgür "woxic" Eker, while pro still needed one more win to make it to the Major.
In the first place decider, HellRaisers survived Spirit's comeback bid after being up to take the game Spirit answered by taking the next map on Mirage easily Spirit looked to take the final map after going up at the half.
However, the Russian squad was only able to pick up just two rounds on its counter-terrorist side as w0xic dominated the second half with 40 kills and HellRaisers completed the comeback at to take the first seed at the CIS Minor.
The Europe Minor ran from July 19 to July All eight teams in the Europe Minor will come from the closed qualifier.
In the closed qualifier, eight teams will be invited and another eight teams will qualify from four separate open qualifiers. The closed qualifier will be a sixteen team, best of three, Swiss system format and the top eight teams move on to the Europe Minor.
Sprout Esports's new lineup started strong with a win against Team Kinguin. Sprout defeated the Ninjas to move on to the bracket phase as the organization looked to head back to the Major.
Red Reserve took down Team Kinguin in two close maps. With Kinguin being eliminated, this would be the first time the legendary Wiktor "TaZ" Wojtas would not play at a Major after attending the first one with Universal Soldiers and the next eleven with Virtus.
OpTic started with an easy map win over NiP, but the Swedes bit back with an overtime win in the second.
In the third map, OpTic cruised to the series in at to move on to winner's final. The Ninjas started the loser's side strong as it dominated Sprout.
Sprout barely took the next map at , but NiP bounced back to take the third map in a close win, led by Fredrik "REZ" Sterner's 28 kills.
In the loser's bracket, NiP finally found its stride as it was the two old school legends in the game to come through and knock out ENCE from the Major.
In the grand finals, NiP rolled over OpTic to take the first seed in the Minor and finally go back to a Major after missing three straight. The Americas Minor ran from July 7 to July Unlike the previous America Minors, no team was directly invited to the Americas Minor.
This time, six teams will come from the North American closed qualifier and two teams will come from the South American open qualifier.
In the North American closed qualifier, eight teams will be invited and another eight teams will come from four separate open qualifiers.
These teams will play in a sixteen teams, best of three Swiss system format and the top six teams will move on to the Americas Minor.
The South American open will have two open qualifiers and each will be a single elimination, team bracket. Despite NTC taking the halftime lead, eUnited was able to pull away with the game lead Kaleb "moose" Jayne's 22 kills.
The winner's match saw NRG taking a massive lead and then denying a comeback attempt by eUnited to book a spot in the bracket.
NTC was able to take care of Swole Patrol with relative ease to stay alive. In the other match, Rogue strolled through its second half against Team Dignitas.
In the winner's match, Rogue was able to win a close map against compLexity to secure a spot in the bracket phase. Team Dignitas won the first match against Furia easily, but the second was close as Furia sent the game to overtime after being down However, Dignitas was able to scrape away with the win, to eliminate the second South American team.
Dignitas kept it close with compLexity in the first match, but it was the latter team to win the map. Rogue completely dominated eUnited in the first map of the bracket phase, which included a first half.
Rogue was able to clinch the series in a close game with the help of Ricky "Rickeh" Mulholland and Rogue sent eUnited to the loser's bracket.
NRG easily won the first map against compLexity Gaming as the favorites to take the Minor was on a good start. However, compLexity looked to get its organization back to its Major since EMS One Katowice and just about took the game in overtime after being down NRG took a close one against eUnited, but eUnited bounced back to take the next map in another close game.
On Dust II, eUnited took a massive halftime lead and looked to upset a top ten team. In the first place decider, compLexity rolled over Rogue in the first map.
However, compLexity was able to clutch it out in the thirtieth round to take the top seed in the Americas. The major was streamed in various languages across twitch.
China streamed its broadcast on Douyu. The top 20 players of were ranked by HLTV. Below is the list of players in the top Most achievements have whether the player was the most valuable player of the tournament MVP or an extremely valuable player in the tournament EVP.
The rankings shown below reflect the September 3, rankings. The world ranking is based on teams' achievements over the past year with severe decay in points throughout each month , recent form over the last 2 months, and performance at the last 10 LAN events.
All of that is predicated around a 3-man core each team is required to have in order to retain their past points. Points cap at points.
The following list shows the relevant tournaments to the rankings. From top to bottom, the tournament becomes more relevant to the rankings.
Those in gold indicates the tournament was a Major, meaning Valve, the developers of the game, sponsored the tournament to host a CS: A premier tournament means it offers an outstanding prize pool, is frequently played offline, and features the best players from all over the world.
A major tournament simply means the tournament features a large prize pool and a good number of top teams; the major tournaments that are shown below are only shown because a team from the major participated in the event.
This list also shows where the tournament took place, the number of teams at the tournament, the winner and runner-up, prize pool, and — if applicable — HLTV's most valuable player of the tournament.
The New Challengers stage took place from September 5 to September 9, The Challengers stage, also known as the Preliminary stage and formerly known as the offline qualifier, will be a sixteen team swiss tournament: Every round will consist of one game.
In addition, teams will not play the same team twice unless necessary and teams will be randomly chosen for the first two rounds; afterwards, rounds three through five will use the Buchholz system , meaning that seeding will take place for next matchups.
In addition, round five matchups will be a best of three rather than a best of one. Any team with three wins would qualify for the New Legends stage, and any team with three losses would be eliminated.
In the first round, teams from pool one will be matched up against teams in pool four. Teams in pool two will play teams in pool three.
One team from a pool is randomly decided to face off against a randomly decided team in another pool. Teams in pool three are the Minor winners: Teams in pool four are the Minor runner-ups: In the second round, the winners in the first round will face each other in the "high" matches, in which teams with a record will play against each other; the losers will face each other in the "low" matches, in which teams with a record will play each other.
In the third round, the winners of the high matches teams with records from round two will face each other. The winners of these two matches will qualify for the major.
The losers of the high round and the winners of the low round teams with records will face each other in the "mid" matches.
The losers from the previous low matches teams with records will face each other in round three's low matches.
The losers of these low matches are eliminated. Twelve teams remain in the Challengers stage. In the fourth round, the losers of the high matches and the winners of the mid matches teams with records will face each other in round four's high matches.
The winners of those high matches qualify for the next phase of the Major. The losers of the mid matches and the winners of the low matches teams with records will face each other in the low matches of round four.
The losers of these matches are eliminated from the Major. In the last round, the remaining teams will face off teams with records.
The winners of these matches will qualify for the New Legends stage and the losing teams will be eliminated from the Major. Instead of a best of one, these games will be a best of three.
In the most ideal of situations, the Swiss format should allow teams to have a harder time each time they win and have an easier time each time they lose.
London on Inferno. Space Soldiers' Engin "ngiN" Kor could not attend the Major due to visa issues, so the coach Canpolat "hardstyle" Yildiran was forced to sub in, setting Space Soldiers back from its usual peak.
Hunter "SicK" Mims lead the way with 23 kills and Daniel "vice" Kim found some crucial kills to get to This game turned to be a tight one as Rustem "mou" Telepov of Gambit went huge with 36 kills.
BIG faced off against Renegades in the next match. The two squads historically had very close games, but this time BIG overwhelmed Renegades with Johannes "tabseN" Wodarz's 27 kills while Fatih "gob b" Dayik followed up with Tizian "tiziaN" Feldbusch set the tone in the pistol round with an incredibly fast shot to set the tone of the game.
The Aussies' star player Justin "jks" Savage only had 9 kills in the affair. Spirit looked to run away with the match after a halftime score, but Vega came all the way back to make to tie it at A Leonid "chopper" Vishnyakov 1 vs.
HellRaisers was the next match in what was portrayed to be the most competitive match, as HellRaisers was a solid team and a seemingly slumping North team went on to win DreamHack Masters Stockholm , the last big event before the Major.
North made a huge comeback to have the game head to overtime Team Liquid vs. OpTic Gaming was up next. The North American side dominated the Danes throughout the map.
Day 2 began with a round one match in Astralis versus compLexity Gaming. The match was initially supposed to be played on the first day, but with Twickenham Stadium suffered a site-wide network outage, forcing FACEIT to play the match on day two.
Ninjas in Pyjamas and TyLoo started off the second round. BIG and Vega was a back and forth affair that headed to overtime.
HellRaisers had a strong start against Liquid, but Liquid came back by taking ten of the last eleven rounds in the first half. HellRaisers struggled in the gun rounds as Liquid generally cruised to victory.
Rogue and Astralis was the next match on Inferno. Rogue started off strong and won the second pistol round, but a weak Astralis buy somehow defeated Rogue and world's best took eleven of the last thirteen to avoid the upset.
Spirit took everyone by surprise by taking a massive lead against North on Nuke and got to match point at , but North suddenly had seven rounds in a row.
Vadim "DavCost" Vasilyev had a crucial opening kill while only on a pistol and Victor "somedieyoung" Orudzhev held it down after the bomb was planted to hold on for the win.
The two teams that were blown out in round one met in round two. However, compLexity was able to stifle the comeback and kept Space Soldiers winless.
Ahmet "paz" Karahoca struggled for Space Soldiers in the losing effort. The first decider match happened between Team Liquid and Vega Squadron. Vega continued to be the surprise in the early goings as it took a lead, but Liquid was able tie the game at 12 after exploiting Vega's poor counter-terrorist side.
Liquid got to match point first but would later fall flat as Vega's control of the map proved superior to send the game to overtime. Three crucial kills in the 35th round by Twistzz and a strong hold by Nicholas "nitr0" Cannella in the 36th round allowed Liquid to be the first team to advance to the New Legends stage.
Chopper tried to run over Liquid with 27 kills and Igor "crush" Shevchenko followed up with 22, but Pavel "hutji" Lashkov only had 10 kills as Vega was edged out.
The next match between NiP and Astralis was a big one as it became one of the longest games in Major history.
The game headed to quadruple overtime as NiP edged out Astralis to take a top spot in the Legends stage and took down the world's best. Peter "stanislaw" Jarguz lead the way with 24 kills and the young Jaccob "yay" Whiteaker and veteran Shahzeb "ShahZaM" Khan followed closely with 22 each.
In the end, HellRaisers was able to come back from a deficit to win the game at Mikhail "Dosia" Stolyarov only had 9 kills in the effort.
OpTic took a massive lead, but TyLoo would come back all the way to make it in the Chinese team's favor and the game was tied at 15 to head to overtime.
In triple overtime, OpTic finally edged out TyLoo to go up Haowen "somebody" Xu had a huge game with 49 kills, but k0nfing went bigger with Mirage would be byali's last map with VP as North dominated the Poles.
Filip "NEO" Kubski continued to struggle throughout the year as he ended up with just 9 kills and pashaBiceps only had 4 after the latter said this would most likely be his last Major.
Astralis bounced back immediately from the previous day to thrash Team Spirit Xyp9x came in big time with 26 kills and Lukas "gla1ve" Rossander's team looked to take another Major.
Players such as Dmitry "S0tF1k" Forostyanko struggled throughout the map for Spirit as it was forced to a best of three final round.
Renegades had struggled throughout and the team that it normally would beat eased its way to the fifth round.
HellRaisers and OpTic set another chaotic overtime. BIG wanted to show its Cologne run was not a fluke by at least making the top sixteen at the Major.
Although Johannes "nex" Maget struggled for the Germans, mou could not perform as much as he did before and smooya lead BIG with 25 kills. Yet another overtime came through between compLexity Gaming and Vega Squadron.
North and Rogue had a tight first half contest, but North could not figure out Rogue's defense in the second until at , when North came back and sent the game to overtime.
Despite players such as Nikolaj "niko" Kristensen struggling early, North was able to win the game in triple overtime to send Rogue home.
TyLoo started very strong with an halftime lead, even holding somedieyoung to just one kill by the end of the half. Team Spirit got quite close with 12 rounds, but somebody had a big game with 27 kills.
A wrong read by Spirit in the last round allowed TyLoo to have an easier time to enter the B bombsite as TyLoo took map one. Spirit got off to a much better start at , but TyLoo was able to salvage the half at Towards the end of the second map on Inferno, TyLoo was in a very advantageous situations in two rounds, but BnTeT made a crucial mistake by going too aggressive into a weak Spirit buy and then other TyLoo players went for a high risk play that did not pan out in round 29 to let Spirit get to map point.
However, Spirit crumbled in round 30 against a weak force buy from TyLoo as neither team capitalized on the other team's mistakes and another Inferno game headed to overtime.
A sloppy but entertaining overtime ensued as both teams came back from massive man disadvantages and somehow made the rounds work. Neither team won a terrorist round in overtime until the third overtime when Spirit won two of the three.
In the end of the mess, TyLoo was able to dig its way to victory. Players on both side such as Dmitriy "Dima" Bandurka and DD had impactful kills to keep the game close.
The second map was much closer as OpTic was able to climb back from a score. Despite tying the score five times throughout the match, the Danish team never had the lead in the series despite k0nfig's 25 kills in the second map as OpTic was eliminated from Major championship contention.
North looked to come back from a record and Vega Squadron looked to avoid being eliminated after starting The first map on Inferno did not end up being a close and messy one, unlike the other Inferno matches at the Major.
Led by chopper's 24 kills, Vega comfortably cruised to a map win as it was finally able to break through a back and forth first eleven rounds. Map two was much closer after the first half ended at in favor of Vega.
North would take a lead, but Vega's players calmed their nerves and proceeded to take the last seven rounds to eliminate North from the Major.
The New Legends stage, formerly known as the Group stage, used the same format as the Challengers stage. This stage takes place from September 12 to September 16, Fnatic, G2 Esports, mousesports, and Winstrike Team were teams in pool two based on their quarterfinals finish at the Boston Major.
Team Liquid and Ninjas in Pyjamas were placed in a third pool for going undefeated in the New Challengers stage. Astralis, compLexity Gaming, and HellRaisers were in a fourth pool after going The two teams in pool three were randomly drawn to play two teams from pool two.
Two randomly selected teams from pool four were drawn to play the other two teams from pool two. The remaining team from pool four was matched against a randomly selected team from pool one.
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