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The Majors are a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Major Championship and the sixteenth version, the PGL Stockholm 2021 has now started. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is one of the most popular esports around. The major championship will be held from October 26th, 2021 to November 7th, 2021 in Stockholm, Sweden.


  • PGL Stockholm 2021 Overview
  • PGL Stockholm 2021 Betting State-by-State
  • How Do I Bet on the 2021 PGL Majors in Stockholm?
  • PGL Stockholm 2021 Fast Facts
  • PGL Major Stockholm 2021 Schedule
  • PGL Top Teams
  • PGL Major: Kraków 2017
  • 2021 PGL Major FAQ
  • Final Thoughts on the 2021 PGL Majors in Stockholm

PGL Stockholm 2021 Overview


The PGL Major Stockholm 2021 is also known as the PGL Major 2021 or the Stockholm 2021. In the PGL Stockholm 2021, twenty four teams will be competing, having qualified through regional major rankings.

It has a $2,000,000 prize pool. This is an increase from the $1,000,000 prize pool from previous Majors held in prior years. This is due to the COVID-19 pandemic causing an absence of offline competition.

This is going to be the second Major that has been hosted by the PGL, a Romanian-based organization. The first one was the PGL Major: Kraków in 2017. The PGL Stockholm 2021 is the first Major after the StarLadder Major: Berlin in 2019, because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

PGL Stockholm 2021 Betting State-by-State

Esports betting is not legal in all states where sports betting itself is legal. However, there are some states that have legalized esports betting. The states in which you can place bets on esports are:

  • New Jersey
  • Connecticut
  • Nevada
  • Colorado
  • Virginia
  • Tennessee
  • Washington
  • In Washington, esports betting is only available in-person at this time.

    How Do I Bet on the 2021 PGL Majors in Stockholm?

    If you want to bet on the PGL Majors Stockholm 2021, you need to make sure of a few things. First of all, you need to be of legal betting age in one of the above listed states. In Washington State, you will need to bet in-person at a retail sportsbook that allows esports betting. In the other states, you will need to be of legal gambling age and have an account on an online sportsbook that allows esports betting.

    Here are the steps you need to follow in order to create an account on an online sportsbook:

    1. Make your way to the online sportsbook desktop site or app of your choice. Then, click on the button that will begin the registration process to create your account. This button may say something like “Join Now” or “Sign Up.”
    2. Once the registration process has started, you will need to fill out your personal details on the registration form. Some of these details may include your full name, phone number, email address, date of birth, and/or social security number.
    3. At some point, you may have the chance to enter in a promo code to redeem a sign up offer. Or, you may have the chance to opt in to a welcome offer. To claim this offer, you will need to follow the provided steps in order to avoid missing out.
    4. After submitting your information on the registration form, you may be asked to verify your new account by clicking on a link that has been sent to your provided email address. Make sure to click on this link in order to verify your new account.
    5. Finally, you will need to deposit money into this new sportsbook account. You should choose the payment option that you like the best and deposit accordingly. Then, you will be able to place bets on esports using your new sports betting account.

    PGL Stockholm 2021 Fast Facts

    You may still need to know some details about the PGL Stockholm 2021. So, we have gathered some details for you to help expand your knowledge. These are some fast facts to help bring you up to speed.

    • The PGL Stockholm 2021 will have three different stages. These are: New Challengers Stage, New Legends Stage, and New Champions Stage.
      • The New Challengers Stage: Consists of — a 16 team Swiss System format; elimination and advancement matches that are best-of-three; non-elimination and advancement matches that are best-of-one; the top 8 teams will proceed to the New Champions Stage; the bottom 8 teams will be eliminated.
      • The New Legends Stage: Consists of — a 16 team Swiss System format; elimination and advancement matches are best-of-three; non-elimination and advancement matches are best-of-one; the top 8 teams will proceed to the New Champions Stage; the bottom 8 teams will be eliminated.
      • The New Champions Stage: Consists of — a single-elimination bracket; all matches are best-of-three.
      • The PGL Major Participants: There will be a total of 24 qualifying teams that come from different competitive regions at the Major.
    • These qualifying teams have been sorted into their prospective categories. This was based on their performances at RMR events.
    • The tournament will start on October 26th, 2021 and will go until November 7th, 2021.
    • The Challengers and Legends segments are going to be held at the Annexet Arena.
    • The playoffs, aka the Champions Stage, will be held at the Avicii Arena from November 4th, 2021 until November 7th, 2021.
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    PGL Major Stockholm 2021 Schedule

    Here is the Tournament Schedule:

    • Challengers Stage: October 26th, 2021 – October 29th, 2021
    • Legends Stage:October 30th, 2021 to November 2nd, 2021
      Champions Stage: November 4th, 2021 to November 7th, 2021

    Here is the Playoff Schedule:

    • Thursday, November 4th, 2021: Quarterfinals 1 and 2
    • Friday, November 5th, 2021: Quarterfinals 3 and 4
    • Saturday, November 6th, 2021: Semifinals 1 and 2
    • Sunday, November 7th, 2021: Finals

    PGL Top Teams

    Now that you know more about the PGL Stockholm 2021, you may be curious about the teams that will be competing. If you are planning on engaging in betting on the Major, you will want to know which teams to look out for. Here is a list of teams to watch:


    Ninjas in Pyjamas (Legends Stage)
    Astralis (Challengers Stage)
    G2 (Legends Stage)
    Vitality (Legends Stage)
    Heroic (Challengers Stage)
    MOUZ (Challengers Stage)
    BIG (Challengers Stage)
    ENCE (Challengers Stage)
    Movistar Riders (Challengers Stage)
    FaZe (Challengers Stage)
    Copenhagen Flames (Challengers Stage)
    Natus Vincere (Legends Stage)
    Gambit (Legends Stage)
    Team Spirit (Challengers Stage)
    Entropiq (Challengers Stage)
    Virtus Pro (Challengers Stage)

    Renegades (Challengers Stage)

    TYLOO (Challengers Stage)
    North America
    Team Liquid (Legends Stage)
    FURIA (Legends Stage)
    paiN Gaming (Challengers Stage)
    GODSENT (Challengers Stage)
    Evil Geniuses (Legends Stage)

    South America
    Sharks Esports (Challengers Stage)


    Now, if you are planning on placing some esports bets on the PGL Stockholm 2021, you will want to know what bets to place. And, that will depend on the betting types that are available for the event. The types of bets that you can expect are typical bets that you can place on most esports games.

    These bets will include outright win/moneyline bets where you choose the potential winner of a match. You will also find prop bets, which are bets that can be placed on happenings that can take place during an event that do not affect the outcome of the event. And, you can also find bets on the points during the matches.

    PGL Major: Kraków 2017

    The last PGL Major, the PGL Major: Kraków 2017 was the eleventh Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) Major Championship. As its name suggests, it was organized by PGL. The event was held from July 16th, 2017 to July 23rd, 2017 in Kraków, Poland. It was also known as the PGL Major 2017 or the Kraków 2017.

    The PGL Major: Kraków 2017 featured sixteen professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive teams. These teams came from countries around the world. Eight of these teams had qualified directly based on their placement in the top eight in the previous Major, ELEAGUE Major 2017. The other eight teams had qualified through the Offline Major Qualifier.

    The PGL Major: Kraków 2017 was the fourth Major in a row that had a prize pool of $1,000,000. There were eight teams in the playoffs. The returning Legends teams were Astralis, Fnatic, Gambit Esports, North, SK Gaming, and Virtus.pro. The new Legends teams were BIG and Immortals. There were two underdogs in the grand finals, Gambit Esports and Immortals.

    Gambit Esports ended up defeating Immortals 2-1 in a best-of-three series that was fairly close. This was only the third time that a non-European team won a Major and the first time a Major was won by an Asian team.

    2021 PGL Major FAQ

    Gambit Esports ended up defeating Immortals 2-1 in a best-of-three series that was fairly close. This was only the third time that a non-European team won a Major and the first time a Major was won by an Asian team.

    You have now learned a large amount about the PGL Stockholm 2021. But, you may still feel like you have some gaps in your knowledge. This frequently asked questions section should help fill in some answers to the questions you may still have.

    What is the PGL?

    The PGL is a Romanian organizer of esports events and represents one of the leagues that host CS:GO professional events.

    Can I bet on the 2021 PGL Major in Stockholm?

    You should be able to place bets on the PGL Major: Stockholm 2021. Of course, you will only be able to do so in the states where esports betting is legal (New Jersey, Nevada, Colorado, Virginia, Connecticut, Tennessee, and Washington) and on participating sportsbooks.

    Who Won the Last Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Major Championship?

    Astralis won the StarLadder Major: Berlin 2019.

    Final Thoughts on the 2021 PGL Majors in Stockholm

    Now, you should have learned pretty much everything there is to know about the PGL Majors in Stockholm. Not only do you know the details of the event, but you also know details about esports betting. You should have all the information you need to place your bets on this major esports event. And, you should be able to do so knowing the best bets to place.


    [NEW] What’s next for PGL Kraków’s group-stage dropouts | pgl krakow – Vietnamnhanvan

    Another Counter-Strike: Global Offensive major has come and gone, and it’s about time we start reflecting on those who left PGL Krakow disappointed. Here are some thoughts on the teams, from presumed PGL contenders to upstarts in the field, that were eliminated in group stage.

    FaZe Clan

    A group stage exit by any means would have been a failure for FaZe, but an 0-3 finish can leave a tournament favourite nothing but crushed. Indeed, there’s nothing silver lining here for FaZe. They didn’t get unlucky in the draw. They faced three teams that should’ve been handled comfortably.

    The cause of this performance is not even clear. Yes, Fabien “kioShiMa” Fiey and Finn “karrigan” Andersen had terrible individual performances, but that alone shouldn’t prevent them from winning against mousesports or FlipSid3 Tactics. Both Nikola “NiKo” Kovač and Håvard “rain” Nygaard had underwhelming performances, leading me to think that the issue with was not with any individual player, but with the team as a whole.

    What makes this exit so confusing is that FaZe had been incredibly consistent prior to this event, only making one exit in the semi-finals, which they forgivably lost to SK Gaming. Otherwise, FaZe had reached the finals of every tournament they attended since the addition of Niko. Whether this tournament was a hiccup or an indication of times to come, we’ll have to wait and see.


    Coming off a couple of strong finishes, a team that looked destined for failure only a month ago became a serious contender for legend status at PGL. While dropping out in group stages is disappointing for the North American squad, it put up a good showing in Krakow. While Cloud9 lost a game it should’ve won to BIG on Inferno, it beat both mousesports and North, who came in as probable legends.

    Their other two losses were a disappointing showing against Virtus.pro and an overtime loss to G2 Esports. A strong major debut from Timothy “autimatic” Ta served as Cloud9’s backbone, and C9 showed an improved level of composure and slow-play while always being able to morph into an explosive terrorist side when need be.

    As a team, they looked good. Unfortunately, the clutch form we saw from Mike “shroud” Grzesiek fell off a cliff and posted a dreadful minus-31 plus-minus over five maps. Moreover, the lukewarm level of Jake “Stewie2K” Yip carried over from ESL One Cologne, and his dedication to a hyper-aggressive play style has put him in bad situations at times.

    This tournament serves as a better indication than Cologne as to what C9 will be: Good enough to beat some good teams, but not good enough to beat great teams consistently.

    G2 Esports

    How the mighty have fallen. With FaZe out early in the tournament, it seemed that the playoff stage already took a big hit. But when G2 was eliminated, courtesy of Fnatic, the top eight went from prospectively the strongest in recent majors to maybe the weakest.

    The historically great G2 has taken a nosedive over the past 18 months with consecutive group stage exits. But unlike FaZe’s disastrous 0-3 exit, G2’s 2-3 record is believable. While the roster, on paper, is stacked like an elite team, G2’s performance had cooled of prior to the major. To make matters worse, superstar Kenny “kennyS” Schrub struggled in Krakow, posting a unacceptable minus-9 over five maps.

    In order to dominate with firepower, G2 need kennyS in good form, and he’d been more than delivering on that front until now. On top of that, G2 has regularly struggled against underdogs, and losing a couple winnable best-of-one’s meant the difference between legend status and a group-stage exit for the French squad.


    Mousesports’ continuous upward trajectory came to a grinding halt at this tournament. But though it left with a disappointing 1-3 record, the team was competitive and reached double-digit round wins on every map.

    The team as a whole looked pretty good, but the firepower seemed to be dulled in pressure moments. With time, players like Robin “ropz” Kool and Christian “loWel” Garcia Antoran will likely become threatening players at majors, but that time isn’t now. The two prospects put up minus-2 and minus-7 respectively, and ropz particularly failed to make the impact we know he can have.

    It’s worth noting that Chris “chrisJ” de Jong had a particularly poor tournament, a trend that ought to be noticed. He hasn’t yet posted a positive plus-minus on LAN in 2017, a quite disappointing fact when compared to his rather good form in 2016. To be fair, it may be that his space as a star has been overtaken by new additions to the team, but I doubt that tells the whole story.

    His absence was made up for by Denis “denis” Howell, who posted surprisingly decent numbers and was the star of a mousesports win against FaZe and its overtime loss to North. This atypical performance from denis, while nice to see, shouldn’t be expected in the future. It may be worthy of concern that, despite a considerable overperformance by its consensus worst player, the team wasn’t able to make a greater dent in the tournament, but the growth of its young players should, hopefully, more than make up for it henceforth.

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    Most were surprised to see Penta make it to the major in the first place. Both as a team and as players, it’s fair to call them rookies. Impressive rookies, though. While Penta struggled against solid teams, taking down only Vega Squadron, Penta showed a propensity for getting back in the game against Vega and SK Gaming but a talent in equal measure for throwing leads, as seen against North and FlipSid3.

    What was most impressive about Penta, however, is the skill of its players. Miikka “suNny” Kemppi, the renowned prospect of the team, looked better and better as the tournament went on, finishing fifth in Kills per Round with a remarkable 0.81. The most surprising performance came out of Jesse “zehN” Linjala, who showed off some excellent aim, even in games where he and his team were lackluster.

    It ought to be noted, however, that Kevin “HS” Tarn came into the tournament expected to be Penta’s second star, and he never quite lived up to the hype. In fact, he had an extremely high 0.71 Deaths per Round, showing that whatever he was doing in Tier 2 isn’t cutting it in Tier 1. But this is his major debut, and growth in this way can be anticipated, even if it isn’t guaranteed. I think that summarizes well Penta as a whole.

    Vega Squadron

    This event was a bit of a dud for Vega Squadron. Nothing was expected of the team, and that expectation was proved well-founded. The closest it got to winning a match was against Penta, which had a poor tournament as well.

    Not much can be said about the team’s performance, as not much was shown. Although the whole roster looked good at the Main Qualifier, no one looked great here. But, if we have to find good in all things, I’d say that Nikolay “mir” Bityukov was the most promising player on the team. While he got heavily punished, finishing the tournament with a 0.80 Deaths per Round, he nevertheless had an excellent 0.78 Kills per Round. If nothing else, the man gets involved.

    Another promising player on the team, Dmitriy “jR” Chervak, had a highlight or two amidst very poor performances, and just like Vega as a whole, doesn’t look ready for Tier 1 competition quite yet.

    FlipSid3 Tactics

    Already a fairytale story by qualifying to yet another major, FlipSid3’s absence from the quarterfinals was a letdown but also unsurprising. In fact, its 2-3 final record was much better than anticipated, and the players gave a good account of themselves.

    It’s hard to see how FlipSid3 could’ve done any better. Denis “electronic” Sharipov was, well, electric. His plus-minus of plus-8 is misleading, as his Kills per Round were incredibly high: 0.78. Unfortunately from FlipSid3, a single player can only carry you so far. Not to discredit the tactical prowess of Andrey “B1ad3” Gorodenskiy, but in the end, Counter-Strike is a game won by frags, and strategy can only take a team so far if it lacks firepower.

    Electronic was the only player with a positive plus-minus on his team. To make matters worse, B1ad3 recorded a minus-47 with a shocking 0.39 kills per round. Even for a tactical in-game leader, such a low amount of fragging is catastrophic, and it was a significant downgrade from B1ad3’s usual performance.

    Natus Vincere

    Oh boy. Na’Vi was built to be a superteam, and after winning ESL New York, results have been nothing but disappointing.

    Both Denis “seized” Kostin and Aleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev said there will be roster changes. Na’Vi was in double-digits in every match it lost, but after nearly a year with the same roster, it’s long past the time for moral victories.

    The common logic used to be that if only Ladislav “GuardiaN” Kovács and s1mple would show up in the same match, Na’Vi would be unbeatable. Well, the former has been on the up-and-up, and latter was, statistically, the best player in the tournament. Sporting an Average Damage per Round of 103.0 over four maps, s1mple finally returned to peak form.

    Na’Vi was built to be a major-winning team. As Immortals demonstrated, a groups win could have let Na’Vi avoid the top four teams in the tournament and still made the PGL finals. The single silver-lining is that s1mple, wherever he ends up henceforth, looks to be in god mode once more. If his run of form continues, s1mple can be the best player in the world. And if the team around him can function, they could contend for majors once again.

    [4K] PGL Major Stockholm 2021 – THE GRAND FINALS

    PGL STOCKHOLM MAJOR 2021 is the first CS:GO Major after a twoyear break. It is the first tournament of this magnitude to be broadcast in 4K. The best 24 teams in the world will fight for the biggest prize pool in the franchise’s history: $2,000,000.
    Qualified Teams
    Ninjas in Pyjamas
    Team Vitality
    G2 Esports
    FURIA Esports
    Team Liquid
    Evil Geniuses
    Natus Vincere
    Gambit Esports
    Movistar Riders
    paiN Gaming
    Team Spirit
    Copenhagen Flames
    FaZe Clan
    Sharks Esports
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