Quick Rules

  • Tutorial for beginners: Match tutorial
  • Server: 128 tick servers with CS Game Integration
  • Seed: Random
  • Mapveto: Ban until Bo X. Random team starts.
  • Bracket: Single-Elimination BO1 and BO3 from Top8, Bo5 Grand Final
  • Overtime: MR3, $10000
  • Standard ESL Mappool:
    • de_inferno
    • de_nuke
    • de_mirage
    • de_train
    • de_vertigo
    • de_dust2
    • de_overpass
View complete rules.
  • Players must be at least 14 years old.
  • Teams must play with at least 3 EU players who has same nationality and the rest can be any EU citizens.
  • Players who were banned on other platforms (ESEA, FaceIT, Cevo, Steam) within 2 years can't participate on this tournament.

  • EU open qualifier: September 7th-8th 14:00 CEST | 1 team advances to the offline final.
    • September 7th 14:00 CEST - Matches will be played until the Top4 Round.
    • September 8th 14:00 CEST - Top4 and the Grand Final will be played.
    • Personal streaming is only allowed, in case the player is using the following overlay on his stream. Without this one, it is not allowed to do personal streaming about any stage of the tournament.


gold.png The best team will advance to the Offline final, which will be held on September 21st-22nd.
The following prizepool will be distributed on the Offline event.
medal_gold_3.png 1. 150 000 €.
medal_silver_3.png 2. 70 000 €
medal_bronze_3.png 3-4. 20 000 €
medal_bronze_3.png 5-8. 10 000 €

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