ELeague Major

Turner and WME|IMG have partnered up to host the CS:GO Championship, ELEAGUE Major. This tournament will be held in Atlanta between 22nd until 29th January […]

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ELeague Major

From: 2017-01-22
To: 2017-01-29
$1,000,000.00

Teams

18
CS:GO

Tournament Betting Odds

Match brackets

10:00, 22 January

Gambit Gaming
16
VS
8
North

00:00, 22 January

Fnatic
10
VS
16
G2 Esports

00:00, 22 January

MIBR
16
VS
7
Hellraisers

00:00, 22 January

Virtus.Pro
16
VS
13
OpTic

00:00, 22 January

Navi
16
VS
3
Mousesports

00:00, 22 January

Team Liquid
21
VS
25
EnVy

00:00, 22 January

Astralis
6
VS
16
Godsent

00:00, 22 January

FlipSid3
9
VS
16
FaZe Clan

10:00, 23 January

Mousesports
16
VS
7
Hellraisers

10:00, 23 January

Navi
16
VS
6
EnVy

10:00, 23 January

FaZe Clan
17
VS
19
MIBR

10:00, 23 January

FlipSid3
14
VS
16
Team Liquid

10:00, 23 January

North
13
VS
16
Fnatic

10:00, 23 January

OpTic
12
VS
16
Astralis

10:00, 23 January

Godsent
9
VS
16
Gambit Gaming

10:00, 23 January

Virtus.Pro
16
VS
14
G2 Esports

10:00, 24 January

Fnatic
16
VS
11
Mousesports

10:00, 24 January

Godsent
3
VS
16
EnVy

10:00, 24 January

North
19
VS
15
Hellraisers

10:00, 24 January

Gambit Gaming
10
VS
16
Virtus.Pro

10:00, 24 January

Astralis
16
VS
5
G2 Esports

10:00, 24 January

MIBR
3
VS
16
Navi

10:00, 24 January

Team Liquid
18
VS
22
FaZe Clan

10:00, 24 January

FlipSid3
13
VS
16
OpTic

10:00, 25 January

North
16
VS
9
G2 Esports

10:00, 25 January

EnVy
11
VS
16
Fnatic

10:00, 25 January

Mousesports
4
VS
16
Team Liquid

10:00, 25 January

Godsent
16
VS
8
OpTic

10:00, 25 January

MIBR
19
VS
17
Astralis

10:00, 25 January

Gambit Gaming
16
VS
14
FaZe Clan

10:00, 27 January

Navi
1
VS
2
Astralis

10:00, 27 January

Fnatic
2
VS
1
Gambit Gaming

10:00, 27 January

Virtus.Pro
2
VS
1
North

10:00, 28 January

FaZe Clan
1
VS
2
MIBR

10:00, 28 January

Astralis
2
VS
0
Fnatic

10:00, 28 January

Virtus.Pro
2
VS
0
MIBR

10:00, 29 January

Astralis
2
VS
1
Virtus.Pro

Teams

Astralis
Team Page
Fnatic
Team Page
Navi

Natus VincereNa'Vina'vinaviNAVINa`Vi

Team Page
MIBR

MIBRMade in brazil

Team Page
Team Liquid

LiquidTL

Team Page
Virtus.Pro

VirtusProVPVirtus Pro

Team Page
FlipSid3

flipsideF3FS3F.3flipsidFlipsid3 Tactics

Team Page
Gambit Gaming

GambitGGGambit Esports

Team Page
EnVy

EnvyusEVTeam EnvyusnVTeam EnvyEnvy

Team Page
FaZe Clan

Fazefaze clanFaZe

Team Page
G2 Esports

G2G2e

Team Page
Mousesports

Mouz

Team Page
North

Team North

Team Page
Renegades

RNG

Team Page
Space Soldiers
Team Page
Godsent
Team Page
Hellraisers
Team Page
OpTic

optic gamingOptic

Team Page

Groups

Prize Pool

Grand total: $1,000,000.00

ELeague Major

Turner and WME|IMG have partnered up to host the CS:GO Championship, ELEAGUE Major. This tournament will be held in Atlanta between 22nd until 29th January 2017. The 10th ELEAGUE Major event will feature sixteen squads competing in Counter Strike: Global Offensive. 

From the previous Major tournament, ESL One Cologne 2016 event, the first eight (Legend) squads qualified automatically for the ELEAGUE in 2017. Whilst the remaining eight challenging teams will be decided by a LAN qualifier.

The sixteen Legend squads that qualify for the match and Challenger teams competing against each other in Counter Strike: Global Offensive. The four top ranking units will get to win a share in the prize pool of one million dollars.

Here’s our pick of the 8 teams that may make it through the first round:

SK GAMING

In the final match of the ESL One Cologne, SK Gaming won over Team Liquid winning first place. In the latest match of ELEAGUE Season 2, they lost to Astralis. The player Fnx left the team while Fox is a temporary replacement, do you think they could keep up their expectations to win?

TEAM LIQUID

Their CS:GO squad was created in January 2015, made up of five professional players, nitr0, EliGE, Hiko, jdm64 and Pimp. Team Liquid made their mark to qualify in ELEAGUE Major by becoming the first North American squad to reach the CS:GO Major finals at ESL One Cologne 2016.

FNATIC

The squad Is known worldwide as one of the best esports organizations. Fnatic CS:GO team have competed in several big tournaments like DreamHack Masters Las Vegas 2017, ESL One: Cologne 2016, MLG Championship among many others. In Fnatic’s roster, the players, Lekro and wenton left the Fnatic squad and replaced by Krimz and disco doplan.

Virtus.Pro

A Russian esports squad, Virtus.Pro consist of five teammates, Taz, NEO, pasha, Snax and Byali. This unit has won over CS:GO squads like Cloud 9, Natus Vincere and Fnatic. Do you think they have what it takes to win this tournament?

ASTRALIS

A Danish esports organization partly owned by the players, Astralis have lately won  against Optic Gaming in the finals of the Esports Championship Season 2 in 2016. They have also participated in ELEAGUE Season 2 in Atlanta finishing second place winning a prize of $140K. Last October 2016, Astralis acquired a new team captain and in-game leader, Gla1ve.

FLIPSID3 TACTICS

An American esports organization, F3 is made up of five players, B1ad3, the squad captain, WorldEdit, markeloff, wayLander and electronic, who is currently on trial. Some competitions that Flipsid3 Tactics have competed include DreamHack Winter 2016, Adrenaline Cyber League and Eleague Season 1 among many other tournaments.

GAMBIT ESPORTS

A British esports company created their CS:GO squad in January 2016. Gambit Esports consists of five dedicated members these include Dosia, mou, AdreN, Zeus and Hobbit. Their latest success was beating Renegades in DreamHack Winter 2016 in Sweden winning first place with a prize pool of $50K.  

NATUS VINCERE

A Ukranian esports organisation, worldly known for their Counter Strike team. In the last few matches, NaVi won against Virtus Pro in ESL One: New York 2016 and beat Luminosity Gaming in Dreamhack Leipzig 2016. Among some of the favourite squads that are taking part, do Natus Vincere stand a chance to win the ELEAGUE Major?

The eight Challenger teams have yet to be announced at a later date.