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StarLadder Major 2019 – Key Things to Keep in Mind

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Most CS: GO players are looking forward to the CS: GO Major at the end of this summer, and if you happen to be one of them, then you must be really excited. You’re not wrong – being the second edition of the event for this year, there are many pro teams that will enter the battle for the money prize. At the same time, you have many CS: GO betting options, on bookmakers like https://csgoeasybets.com/csgo-major-2019/.

There is not much time left until the tournament, so here are some important things to know about it prior to the starting date.


· Teams

The format for CS: GO Major 2019, also known as StarLadder Major 2019, is of 24 teams. While 16 of them are chosen through the Swiss System Format, the others are going to be chosen from Regional Qualifiers.

We already know 12 of the teams, chosen either through Legends of Katowice 2019 9th – 14th. The teams we know we are going to see in action are:

– AVANGAR

– Natus Vincere

– Team Liquid

– MIBR

– Astralis

– Team Vitality

– ENCE eSports

– G2 Esports

– FaZe Clan

– Renegades

– compLexity Gaming

– Ninjas in Pyjamas

· Prize Pool

The prize pool is of $1,000,000 USD, and half of this sum will be awarded to the big winner. 2nd place will get $150,000, and places 3rd – 4th will get $70,000.

· Maps

The map pool has had some changes as well. Previous editions have had Cobblestone and Cache, but this edition has left them out. Instead, they added new ones in their place. The maps in this edition’s pool are Nuke, Dust II, Vertigo, Inferno, Overpass, Train, Mirage.

· Format

We still don’t know what the regional qualifiers are, but we know where they’re coming from and how they’re going to be chosen. Basically, CIS, Asia, Europe, and America are going to send their teams. Afterward, the New Challengers stage will feature two teams from each qualifier, while each minor will have 8 teams. And more than that, Valve has reduced the number of direct invites, now being 14, while they used to be 16. As such, teams that ended on the 3rd place in their Minors will have another chance at the Major. These teams will play against each other until only two will be left.

Make sure you don’t miss the chance to look for CS: GO betting advice and do some betting before and during the tournament. Who knows, maybe you’ll get lucky.

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