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Teams with three losses will be eliminated and will be invited to the next major's offline qualifier. In the playoffs, eight teams will play in a single elimination, best of three bracket.
Teams will play until a winner is decided in the finals. The map pool was changed for this major. Dust II was taken out of the active map pool and Valve reintroduced Inferno, which has been revamped since it was taken out.
The veto process was also changed for the best of one games. One team can decide whether to veto first or second. The team that vetoes first will remove two maps.
The second team will remove three maps. The first team will then choose from one of the two remaining maps. The second team will then choose the side it wants to start on.
The best of three veto process was unchanged. Each team will remove one map. Then each team will choose one map. For the decider map, each team will remove one more map to decide the third map.
A total of eight teams will compete in the Asia Minor. Two teams will be invited and the other six will qualify in their regional qualifiers. Teams were split up into two groups.
Flash then took down Renegades in the winner's match to take first seed in the group. Signature defeated Spotnet in a close series, and Renegades defeated Signature in the decider match, TyLoo then defeated Immunity to take first seed in the group.
TyLoo and Renegades won their respective maps and it came to the decider map. In the end, Renegades ended up with the win in overtime to move a step closer to the major qualifier.
Immunity pulled off an upset win against Flash and both Australian teams moved on to winner's finals. In winner's finals, very lopsided matches took place, as Renegades won the first map , Immunity won the second map , and Renegades won the third map to guarantee a spot at the major qualifier.
In loser's semifinals, TyLoo fell behind early in the first map, but came back to take it; TyLoo then carried the momentum to the second map and dominated Flash and moved on to face Immunity.
In loser's final, TyLoo swept up Immunity with ease and took the second Asian spot in the major qualifier. Renegades met TyLoo once again in the Asia Minor finals.
This time, Renegades came up on top after a game three overtime win and took the first seed in the Asia Minor after finally defeating its Asian rival.
A total of eight teams will compete in the Commonwealth of Independent States Minor. The eight teams that participated in this minor all qualified through the closed qualifier.
In the closed qualifier, twelve teams are invited and four teams qualify through an online open qualifier.
Teams were separated into four groups of four and the top two teams moved on in each group to the closed qualifier. Two teams in the minor qualified for the main qualifier.
Spirit Academy and Vega Squadron won close games in the initial matches, but Vega easily took the winner's match to take the top seed for Group A.
Tengri defeated Nemiga in the loser's match and then got revenge on Spirit Academy to take the second seed. QBF took a close winner's match against pro to take the top seed of Group B.
Team Spirit fell to Spartak in the loser's match, but it was pro to come out on top in the decider's match. Vega easily took down pro Tengri had a little bit of a tougher time but still managed to close it out against QBF relatively easily.
In the loser's bracket, pro10 took care of QBF relatively easily to move on toe loser's finals. In a tense winner's finals, Vega defeated Tengr in the first game and the second game went in favor of Tengri, Tengri then dominated the third game to secure a spot at the major qualifier.
Vega and pro were in a hotly contested best of three, but it was the Russian team that came up on top, with the scores being , , and Vega secured its second straight major qualifier spot.
Tengri and Vega fought again and this time Vega took down Tengri to obtain the top seed at the minor.
All teams in the European Minor were required to compete in a closed qualifier. In the closed qualifier, 8 teams were invited and 8 other teams qualified through three different open qualifiers.
The teams will play in a Swiss system tournament and the top 8 teams move on to the closed qualifier. In the closed qualifier, the teams will be separated into two groups of four teams.
Two teams from each group move on to a four team, double elimination playoff bracket. The top three teams advance to the main qualifier.
Ballistix Gaming upset Team EnVyUs in the first match of the minor after taking a dominant lead and then closing it out before EnVyUs could complete its comeback.
BIG had an easy time against Team Kinguin. In the winner's match, Ballistix had a lead at the half, but BIG was able to bring it back and take first seed in the group, EnVyUs was able to defeat Kinguin after a slow start in the loser's matchup.
In the decider's match of Group A, the French team took revenge on Ballistix and take the second spot in the group after two close games, including an overtime game for the second map.
Dignitas easily defeated LDLC in the first match of the decider's series; the second match was much closer as LDLC made a massive comeback to win In bracket play, Dignitas defeated BIG in one triple overtime game and one blowout to guarantee a spot at the main qualifier.
BIG continued its run in the loser's bracket by taking out Dignitas in two victories and then blew PENTA out of the water to claim the top seed at the major despite struggling the first day.
Two teams were invited to the Americas minor. One team out of a pool of from South America qualified for the minor.
The last five teams came from the North American closed qualifier. In that closed qualifier, 8 teams qualified through the open qualifier and 8 more teams were invited.
The top five teams moved on to the Americas minor. In the minor, two teams moved on to the major. Immortals and Luminosity won their games as the two Brazilian teams faced off in the winner's match.
Immortals convincingly won the match between the two to take the first seed. Luminosity and NRG fought in the decider's match and it was Luminosity taking the win, with both maps being a very close scoreline.
In the decider's match, CLG took a huge lead in the first game of the first half , but paiN started a comeback but fell short.
In the second map, CLG cleaned up the third Brazilian team after paiN started another comeback to reach the final four. Cloud9 took down Luminosity in the first game after a close first half and ran away with the game in the second.
In the second game, Cloud9 came back from a deficit and took the series in overtime. CLG had a lead, but losing an anti-economy round started a comeback for the other side as Luminosity came alive this time.
However, CLG barely took it over the line to take it CLG did not find the same success as it did against Luminosity as it fell to Cloud9 Cloud9 then defeated Immortals to take the top seed for the Americas Minor.
The main qualifier will be a sixteen team swiss tournament , where after the Day 1 games, teams will play other teams with the same win-loss record.
Every round will consist of one game. In addition, teams will not play the same team twice unless necessary. Any team with three wins would qualify for the major, and any team with three losses would be eliminated.
The qualifier will be played in Bucharest , Romania. In the first round, teams from pool 1 will be matched up against teams in pool 4.
Teams in pool 2 will play teams in pool 3. In the second round, the winners in the first round will face each other in the "high" matches; the losers will face each other in the "low" matches.
In the third round, the winners of the high matches 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 will face each other in the "mid" matches. The losers from the previous low matches will face each other in round three's low matches.
The losers of these low matches are eliminated. Twelve teams remain in the Qualifier. In the fourth round, the losers of the high matches and the winners of the low matches will face each other in round four's high matches.
The winners of the high matches qualify for the major. The losers of the mid matches and the winners of the low matches will face each other in the low matches of round four.
The losers of these matches are eliminated from the Qualifier. Six teams remain. In the last round, the remaining teams will face off.
The winners of these matches will qualify for the major and the losing teams will be eliminated. All streams were broadcast on Twitch in various languages.
He was replaced by Vito "kNg" Giuseppe. Timo "Spiidi" Richter was moved to the inactive roster. Legendary Natus Vincere former player and current coach Sergey "starix" Ischuk leaves the team and Na'Vi's manager anaylst Andrey "Andi" Prokhorov takes over the coaching role.
Only Denis "seized" Kostin remains from the original Na'Vi lineup after starix departed and its former team captain Danylo "Zeus" Teslenko was released by the team in favor of Oleksandr "s1mple" Kostyliev and went on to play for Gambit Gaming now rebranded as Gambit Esports last year.
The rankings shown below reflect the July 10, rankings. In addition, a list premier tournaments and relevant major events is listed. These tournaments are part of the list the HLTV.
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:GO major.
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. 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 top 20 players of were ranked by HLTV. Below is the list of players in the top The group will be a sixteen team swiss tournament , where after the Day 1 games, teams will play other teams with the same win-loss record.
Any team with three wins would qualify for the playoffs and win Legend status granting automatic invitation for the next major , and any team with three losses would be eliminated however, these teams will be guaranteed a spot in the next major qualifier.
Team from pool 1 are Astralis, Virtus. The winners of these two matches will qualify for the playoffs and gain Legend status. Twelve teams will remain in the group stage.
The winners of the high matches qualify for the playoffs and gain Legend status. The losers of these matches are eliminated from the major.
Six teams will remain. The winners of these matches will qualify for the playoffs and win Legend status, and the losing teams will be eliminated.
The first match of the major started with Gambit Esports from Kazakhstan and the multinational mousesports on Inferno.
Gambit pulled away in the end as mousesports struggled on its terrorist half and Gambit won the first game of the major. Fnatic and FlipSid3 Tactics faced off in the second match.
FlipSid3 took an early lead in the game, which included a Denis "electronic" Sharipov 1 vs. Like mousesports, FlipSid3 struggled in the second half and the three time major champions advanced to the winner's matches.
The struggling Virtus. Vega had odd bans as the final two maps went to VP's two best maps. VP easily took the game on Nuke in Vega's first major.
The halftime score was close, but BIG's counter-terrorist half proved very sturdy as it only allowed one round. North was in its event first event since EPL Season 5, in which it placed second; its opponent was Cloud9, who was on a hot streak coming into the major, including a second-place finish at ESL One: Cologne Despite Kristian "k0nfig" Wienecke 29 kills, he was the only one who showed up for his team.
North's counter was Jordan "n0thing" Gilbert 's 26 kills and Cloud9 took the game. However, the French came back despite Oleksandr "s1mple" Kostyliev's 30 kills.
Astralis and Immortals was the last match of the day. Astralis was very close to defeating the second Brazilian team, but Immortals came back and the game went to overtime.
However, the defending major champions barely took it over the edge to defeat Immortals. FaZe and mousesports put up a fight on Train and the game went to overtime.
The CIS match was the next match of the major. Andrey "B1ad3" Gorodenskiy only had 7 kills for FlipSid3. Immortals easily took care of Vega with its players being very close to each other in terms of kills, with Henrique "HEN1" Teles leading the way with 21 kills.
Nikolay "mir" Bityukov had the best performance for Vega, but it was not enough as players such as Sergey "keshandr" Nikishin only had 7 kills.
BIG took on Cloud9 in the next match and the Germans closed out the game after a huge first half. Timothy "autimatic" Ta turned things up as Cloud9 mounted a comeback, but it was too late for the Americans.
In the second winner's match, Gambit easily took down G2 on Cache. Alexandre "bodyy" Pianaro only had 8 kills for his team.
The defending champions faced off against two-time champions. SK took a massive halftime lead, but Astralis fought its way back.
However, two economy rounds from SK in which it barely invested into the rounds went the way of SK. The second day ended with two legendary teams: Virtus.
VP looked like it was going to easily take the game after the first half despite Cache being a map VP does not play much one.
The nine round lead turned into a two-round lead as Dennis "dennis" Edman started a huge comeback. However, VP held its ground and took the last three rounds to close out the game.
PENTA could not get things rolling in the first half. Dmitriy "jR" Chervak's leadership and Sergey "keshandr" Nikishin's firepower took Vega to a strong first half, but Vega continued to struggle on its terrorist side.
Pavel "hutji" Lashkov and Leonid "chopper" Vishnyakov struggled massively in the second half aside from a few rounds, but PENTA completed the comeback in the end and Vega was the first team to be knocked out of the major.
FaZe and FlipSid3 met in the next game. One of the huge favorites to win the whole tournament was eliminated in last place as the experienced Fabien "kioShiMa" Fiey and FaZe's in-game leader Finn "karrigan" Andersen did not put much impact in their games.
In a hotly contested match between North and mousesports, the game went to overtime. Immortals and Na'Vi struck to Overpass, a map both teams are comfortable on.
The map that favors tactics went in favor of Immortals's in-game leader Ricardo "boltz" Prass. Na'Vi's captain seized failed to put up numbers like in the first day when his AWPer GuardiaN had a good performance along with s1mple.
G2 and Cloud9 was a very close game that went to overtime. Both in-game leaders, Richard "shox" Papillon and Jake "Stewie2k" Yip, topped the scoreboard and autimatic had 28 kills, but the French were able to edge out the Americans.
Two veterans of the scene faced off in the final of the middle matches as both teams are two of the few teams that have been to every major.
In a close game, Astralis took down Fnatic after dominating the second half. Robin "flusha" Rönnquist struggled this game with just 12 kills in 30 rounds.
Gambit and VP was the first match to decide which team would move on to the playoffs. Gambit was the first team to move on to the top 8.
BIG continued its Cinderella run as it took down the world's number one in SK Gaming to be the second team to move on to the playoffs. Two playoff contenders battled it out in the first match of the final day of the group stage.
Between autimatic's huge performance and Stewie2K's and Tyler "Skadoodle" Latham's key clutches, Cloud9 was able to send mousesports home as Chris "chrisJ" de Jong's squad could not reach the coveted Legends status for another major.
Robin "ropz" Kool was the youngest player ever to play at a major, but it was shut down by Cloud9.
Na'Vi and Fnatic played it out with two of the longest standing lineups played it out to determine who was going home.
In the first high match, Astralis dominated G2. NBK- only had 8 kills for the French side. In the closest game of round four, North and VP faced off.
VP, after going , was one game away from elimination. SK and Immortals battled it out between in the two Brazilian teams.
Round 5 started with the French superteam against the most decorated team of all time. Fnatic started with a strong lead at the half.
G2 started a comeback of its own, but a 13th round from Fnatic proved to be the end for G2 and once again the French team could not get to the playoffs.
Dan "apEX" Madesclaire had 24 kills and bodyy had 22, but flusha and Olof "olofmeister" Kajbjer had 25 kills each and olofmeister and Freddy "KRiMZ" Johansson continued their streak of being few of the only players to reach the playoffs at all eleven majors dev1ce, dupreeh, and Xyp9x from Astralis are the other three.
Cloud9 players like Skadoodle and Michael "shroud" Grzesiek could not show up for Cloud9 and the American's first major in about a year came to an end.
The final match of the group stage came in the form of FlipSid3 vs Immortals. Immortals jumped to a huge lead before FlipSid3 managed a reasonable halftime score of However, Immortals dominated in its terrorist side and the team went into the playoffs in its first ever major appearance, a feat that was last achieved by Team Kinguin at ESL One Cologne Lucas "steel" Lopes lead his team with 23 kills in the victory.
BIG and Gambit received the top seeds and played a randomly selected opponent among Virtus. The remaining two teams, North and Virtus.
After a day of rest from competition, the first matchup in the Tauron Arena pitted Gambit Esports and Fnatic. For the third consecutive major, these two teams met up in the quarterfinals.
The previous two times, Fnatic dominated both series. Gambit had a tough road to the playoffs on paper, but the Kazakh team took care of all its opponents and went on to a perfect group stage record.
Fnatic had an even tougher road as after its initial matchup against Flipsid3 Tactics, it only faced top ten teams, but survived after defeating a struggling Natus Vincere and the number four ranked team in the world, G2 Esports.
History shows Fnatic has the edge, 9 wins to Gambit's 4, which includes the Swedes winning the last three matches. Gambit initially jumped to a lead, but Fnatic jumped back into the game with by taking the next five rounds.
In the tenth round, Gambit was forced onto an economy round. KRiMZ was able to take down mou, but Dosia was able to trade kills and Zeus popped out from behind a smoke and kill olofmeister.
HObbit peaked when Fnatic attempted a defuse and killed dennis who was close up and Zeus killed JW before flusha responded by taking down AdreN.
Gambit would go on to take a lead, but the Swedes came back to win the half, Gambit suddenly rocketed up to 14 rounds as Fnatic only took one round in the meantime to start the second half.
Fnatic took one more round before a crucial 27th round, in which both teams had a full buy. About 20 seconds into the round, mou just about caught a peeking JW near the A Bombsite.
AdreN then held tha angle as olofmeister peeked and Gambit took its 15th round. However, Fnatic reset Gambit the next round and then won the following round to take the game to the full distance.
A struggling Dosia took down olofmeister as flusha found Zeus behind the B bombsite train. June 29, - EEST. June 30, - EEST. July 1, - EEST. July 2, - EEST.
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