Valve hat bekannt gegeben, dass bis auf Weiteres keine Major-Events in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) stattfinden werden – Rio ist. Als Major-Turnier wird in der E-Sport-Disziplin Counter-Strike: Global Offensive ein von der Valve Corporation mithilfe von Erlösen aus kaufbaren Spielinhalten gesponsertes großes Turnier bezeichnet. Der Preispool lag bis konstant bei The ESL Major League offers a € prize pool to its participants. A maximum of 24 teams will be participating every season consisting of group stages and.
Major (Counter-Strike: Global Offensive)Valve hat bekannt gegeben, dass bis auf Weiteres keine Major-Events in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) stattfinden werden – Rio ist. Valve gibt seine Entscheidung bekannt, Counter-Strike: Major im Jahr abzubrechen. Valve schickte eine E-Mail an die Organisatoren und. In Brasilien kommt es kommendes Jahr zu einer Premiere. Erstmals messen sich die besten Counter-Strike-Spieler in dem südamerikanischen.
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The Philadelphia Eagles quarterback…. The underlying reason for this decision is the ongoing pandemic. Several Esports events in have gone down the drain because of the very reason.
Assuming it makes sense to proceed, the event will take place October November 7 with a potential play-in event October These penalties are at the discretion of the responsible admin and are penalized according to severity.
Note, we do not accept publicly submitted demo or screenshot evidence in these cases. Should it become known to the ESL administrators that any form of cheating was used to the advantage of a player or a team during an ESL match, the ESL reserves the right to punish them to the full extent of the rules available.
By breaking any rule a player risks being barred or completely excluded from a specific league or from all leagues.
This also includes their team. The use of programs or "hacks" or other methods to circumvent, modify or in any way manipulate ESL Anticheat is forbidden.
Any use of such programs or methods will be punished as cheating. Even testing of such programs or methods in a match not happening within the ESL will be punished.
Contributing to the distribution of cheats in any way is not allowed on ESL. This includes but is not limited to referring to the name, website or logo of cheats anywhere on ESL, such as player profiles, team profiles, forums, comments, guest book entries, etc.
Cheating at a professional level i. Results voided, 5 year ban unless significant mitigating factors in line with the ESIC Anti-Corruption Code or, in the presence of aggravating circumstances, a longer ban, forfeiture of prize money and monetary fine if discovered before the end of a tournament, disqualification.
If players have an active prescription for a substance on the WADA list, they have to send proof to the tournament administration before the first day of the tournament deadline in local time.
They may still be subject to a doping test, but a positive result for the prescribed substance will be disregarded. Mild cases of doping will be punished with a warning and possibly minor penalty points for the participant.
Severe cases i. Results voided, ban of between 1 and 2 years, forfeiture of prize money and monetary fine if discovered before the end of a tournament, disqualification.
For second and subsequent offences, participants should expect far harsher sanctions and in all likelihood a lifetime ban from esports.
An ESL Account can only be created if the user is at least six years old. To play in a ladder, a method of contact must be available and visible to all users in your player profile.
Each player in the ESL must only have one account! Using alternative spelling, gibberish or wrong spelling in order to avoid the requirements mentioned above is illegal.
We reserve the right to extend, change, exchange or delete these rules if necessary. It would be nice if a player's photo clearly shows the face of the player, for adding anything else graphics, other people, other parts of body, etc.
For anything else please use the gallery. Photos with weapons are not allowed! A player's country must be set to their country of residence.
Deliberately faking the country of residence is punishable. If a player's country of residence is changed in order to avoid any country restrictions or if the player is trying to fake or abuse they will be punished with 2 penalty points.
If the player does so and plays in a team match, the team will get 3 penalty points and the match is deleted. A player's nationality must be set to their nationality that is proven by a current passport.
Deliberately faking nationality is punishable. Failure to comply with this rule will result in a ban of up to 6 months.
The original registrant must always be the final user of the account, which cannot be lent or transferred in any case.
This will be considered as account sharing or multi account and pursued according to the ESL rules. A team's name does not have to be unique, but the ESL reserves the right to refuse clans with the same or similar names as a well-known clan e.
These teams would be called "Challengers. The Columbus Minor system originally featured one Americas team, two Asian teams, one CIS team, one European team, and three last chance qualifier teams.
Two teams from each qualifier would go on to join the bottom eight teams from the last Major to the Major qualifier. The top eight teams would move on.
This would also mean that the top sixteen teams from the Major would earn automatic invites to the next Major, with the Legends getting automatic seeds in the second phase of the Major and the next eight teams earning automatic berths to the first phase of the Major.
The two spots would instead be filled in via a playoff stage featuring the four third place teams at the Minors. Unlike traditional sports or other esports leagues, Valve's policy on a spot in a Major is based on whichever the majority of the players are on rather than the team itself.
From to , Majors used a four group GSL format for the group stage. The highest seed the semifinalists and finalists from the last Major in each group would play the lowest seed in each group and the other two teams would play.
The two winners would then play to determine which team gets the top seed. The two losers then play to decide which team would go home. The remaining two teams play to determine which team takes the final playoff spot.
All games were best of ones. The last Major of and both Majors in featured a best of three decider match to make it more fair and to have a more guarantee that the better team would come out on top.
Starting in , the group stage would feature a Swiss group stage. This would mean teams would be divided into four pots, in which pot one had the four highest seeds, pot two had the next four highest seeds, and so on.
A randomly selected team from pot one would face off against a randomly selected team from pot four. The same process is done with the pots two and three.
After initial matches are done, teams with the same record would play, so that teams with a 1—0 record would only play another team with a 1—0 record.
If a team gets three wins, then that team moves on to the next stage. If a team has three losses, that team is eliminated.
The Swiss system also guarantees no team would face each other twice unless necessary. The FACEIT Major: London revealed a slightly different form of the Swiss system called the Buchholz system, in which matchups would now be seeded instead of random and the last round would feature best of three sets.
Initially, the first three matches started out the same way as the GSL format intended, so that the winner of the group was determined.
However, teams were then reassigned afterwards so that the two losers played from different groups and then the decider match would also be teams from different groups.
The playoffs, now known as the New Champions stage, have featured eight teams since the Major's inception. All games are best of three series.
With the GSL format, the group winners would earn top seeds and the group runner-ups would earn the bottom seeds. Each top seed plays a bottom seed in quarterfinals and teams play until a winner is decided.
For the Swiss format seeding, the two teams that came out on top in the group stage earn the highest seeds. Two randomly selected teams from the bottom three teams would be pitted against the top seeds.
Two randomly selected teams from the third to fifth place teams would be put together and then the last two teams would finalize the bracket.
Valve has permanently banned players in the past for a couple of reasons. VAC is a system designed by Valve to detect cheats on computers.
Any time a player connects to a VAC-secured server and a cheat is detected, the user is kicked from the server and given a permanent lifetime ban and would not be allowed to play in any VAC-secured servers.
The only other way in which players are banned thus far is due to match fixing. After Casey "caseyfoster" Foster — co-owner of NetcodeGuides. Valve indefinitely banned seven players who were involved in the scandal.
Valve would later make the bans permanent, causing some controversy in the Counter-Strike community as Valve did not permanently ban Dota 2 players for the same reason.
Afterwards, only two other cases of match fixing would take place that would ban nine other players. Stickers are virtual items in the game in which players can buy or open from virtual capsules.
There are four types of stickers: normal, holo, foil, and gold. Every player in the Major would get their autograph put into the game as a sticker, which fans put on their in-game weapon skins to show support.
The teams and the tournament organizer also get their stickers. Each purchase of a sticker has half of its proceeds go to the player or the team and Valve takes the other half.
These are map-based packages that are signed by the most valuable player of the round, which includes the gold stickers of the two teams playing in that round, the gold sticker of the most valuable player of that round, and the gold sticker of the tournament organizer.Counter-Strike Global Offensive could go without a Major for another year. It will become incredibly difficult to hold the competitive scene of. Valve announces its decision to call off Counter-Strike: Major in Valve sent an email to the organizers announcing its plans to redline the event for next year. According to the initial plans, the Spring Major would have taken place between May 10 to 23 and had also started accepting proposals for the event as far back as in Earlier versions of Counter-Strike also had Majors, but they were not supported by Valve. CS:GO Major Championships (colloquially known as Majors) are tournaments with a prize pool of $1,, (previously $,) sponsored by Valve introduced in , with recent editions including special in-game features. The ESL One: Rio Major was supposed to be the 16th Valve-sponsored Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Major Championship and the first Major of The major was originally scheduled to take place from May 11th to 24th but was postponed to the Autumn Major dates on March 23rd due to the rapidly increasing spread of COVID in Brazil. With the third wave of the COVID pandemic wreaking havoc worldwide, Epic G ames and Valve have officially canceled several of their in-person event lineups for , including Epic's Fortnite Competitive events and Valve's Counter-Strike Spring Major scheduled to take place in May , with the in-person Fall Major cautiously still on schedule for November. Natus Vincere 8. The top eight teams would move on. However a current surge in COVID circumstances leading to triple Frankreich - Kroatien typically even quadruple the numbers seen through the summer season peak have introduced with it a brand new wave of restrictions.