[Update] The Majors in photos: From DreamHack Winter 2013 to StarLadder Berlin 2019 | starladder berlin major 2019 – Vietnamnhanvan

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Look through a selection of photographs from our archive ahead of the 16th Major, PGL Stockholm, to relive some of the innumerable stories that have unfolded in the first seven years of Counter-Strike Majors.

Since its release in 2012, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has gone through hundreds of online and offline tournaments, small and big, but the pinnacle of the game has always come at the Valve-backed Majors. Even when their prize pools were not the largest, Majors have always been the biggest stage where the buzz around every single round, map and series is amplified and the atmosphere is unlike any other with 16 to 24 teams from around the globe fighting to be crowned world champions.

The Avicii Arena in Stockholm will play host to the first Major since 2019

Counter-Strike was left without its most prized pursuit and the dream of every player, to raise a Major trophy, as teams and tournament organizers moved the circuit online to deal with the global health crisis in 2020, but that is about to change in Stockholm as the best teams in the world will once again compete for glory in front of a crowd of fans.

We are now going into the first Major in over two years, when the StarLadder Major Berlin was played in what feels like ages ago when looking back before the world ground to a halt due to the coronavirus pandemic, forcing the ESL One Rio Major to be postponed and ultimately cancelled.

As the upcoming PGL Stockholm Major becomes increasingly imminent, we dug into our archives to recover some of the most memorable moments that our photographers have captured at all fifteen Majors since Valve implemented their tournament circuit for all to reminisce on the history made by those pursuing the biggest crown on offer.

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DreamHack Winter 2013

Ex6TenZ’s VeryGames went into the first Major as the team to beat having recently tipped the scales of their rivalry with the other best team in the world, NIP, in their favor

NIP, who’d had the first CS:GO era in 2012 and early 2013 with an 87-0 LAN record before Majors were introduced, celebrated after taking down their VeryGames rivals in the DreamHack Winter 2013 semi-finals

The Elmia Congress and Concert Hall in Jönköping, Sweden, home to DreamHack’s Summer and Winter gaming festivals, played host to the first CS:GO Major

Devilwalk dropped his pants on stage after betting on doing so if his fnatic team won the grand final against NIP, which they did to become the first ever CS:GO Major champions

EMS One Katowice 2014

The Major moved to an arena for the first time at EMS One Katowice, which was played at the Spodek Arena in Poland, with the Counter-Strike stage on one side of the venue and League of Legends on the other

Titan and their star player shox failed to live up to expectations in Katowice, where they were sent packing in the group stage by Virtus.pro and HellRaisers after an opening victory over MOUZ

NIP beat Complexity and Dignitas in the playoffs to go into the EMS One Katowice grand final as the favorites to win

Virtus.pro, with three Counter-Strike 1.6 Major winners in TAZ, NEO and pashaBiceps, cemented themselves as legends of the game with a Major victory on home soil alongside youngsters Snax and byali

ESL One Cologne 2014

The young Danes of Dignitas, who’d made the playoffs of the first two Majors, continued to show promise at ESL One Cologne with a semi-final run in Cologne

Titan failed to make the playoffs for a second time while their French countrymen of Epsilon and LDLC achieved Legends status, prompting a shuffle that saw NBK-, SmithZz and ScreaM out for Maniac, KQLY and apEX

NIP’s redemption came at ESL One Cologne, where they were finally able to lift a Major trophy after falling in the previous two grand finals, while also exacting revenge on fnatic

DreamHack Winter 2014

The North American iBUYPOWER squad played their fourth and final Major at DreamHack Winter 2014. They were unable to exit the group stage in any of their attempts before the majority of the team was banned by Valve for match-fixing

DreamHack Winter 2014 was s1mple’s first Major, which he played with HellRaisers one month after turning 17-years-old

Dignitas continued to struggle in the playoffs, reaching the quarter-finals before being eliminated

fnatic were at the middle of the first big controversy at a Major when they used a boost on Overpass that was later deemed illegal. fnatic forfeited after the admins decided a replay of the decider map against LDLC was in order, losing the quarter-final series

The crowd spilled out of the hall in Elmia where the grand final was taking place to catch a glimpse of the hometown favorites, NIP, playing

LDLC’s manager, MoMaN, sprayed sparkling wine in celebration as his players watched after LDLC beat NIP 2-1 in the grand final with an overtime victory in the decider map

ESL One Katowice 2015

RpK made his return to Counter-Strike with Titan after two years in retirement, taking over the spot left open when KQLY was VAC banned. He played his first Major with the French outfit at ESL One Katowice 2015

KeyD Stars captain FalleN at his first Major, a trip partially crowdfunded by fnatic’s flusha as the Swede donated part of his Pantamera Challenge earnings for the Brazilian team to travel to Poland

The former Dignitas squad, now under TSM, continued to hit a wall in Major playoffs with karrigan leading the team

Virtus.pro failed to repeat their EMS One Katowice 2014 championship bid in front of their home crowd the following year

Lines of fans form outside the Spodek Arena in Katowice ahead of the final day of play in Poland

NIP made it all the way to a Major grand final for the fifth time in a row, now with Finnish AWPer allu

fnatic won what would become the last all-Swedish grand final at a Major, leaving the tally 2-1 in their favor against their NIP rivals

ESL One Cologne 2015


Renegades player SPUNJ completely oblivious that he was about to play the match of his career against Titan to deny them a spot in the playoffs

Cloud9, who’d had an impressive summer run with three grand final appearances and one semi-final, came crashing down as the team flopped out in the group stage in Cologne

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Kinguin, the first top flight international squad created, reached the playoffs in Cologne

The former KeyD Stars, now under Luminosity and with coldzera on the roster, once again made it to the playoffs of a Major

fnatic reigned supreme as the first team to win back-to-back Majors, building up towards what would become their era in late 2015 and early 2016

DreamHack Cluj-Napoca 2015

NiKo made his first Major appearance with mousesports at DreamHack Cluj-Napoca 2015

ScreaM left his international foray in Kinguin to return to a French team, playing the Romanian Major with Titan. The squad failed to make it to the playoffs one last time before the Titan organization folded

Cluj-Napoca became the Major with most North American players to date as Liquid joined Cloud9 and CLG, making it 15 players from the region instead of the usual 10

TSM, the favorites going into the Major after a string of victories, failed to find the solution and melted away under pressure, ending up trampled by NIP in the quarter-finals

G2, in partnership with Kinguin, crushed all uncertainty whether the team would work with newcomer jkaem, as they made it all the way to the semi-finals in the organization’s first Counter-Strike Major

NAVI, one of the most storied organizations in Counter-Strike, made their first Major final appearance in Global Offensive in Cluj-Napoca, where they lost to Envy in both the group stage and the grand final

Envy’s kennyS signs autographs for the young audience at the Sala Polivalenta in Cluj-Napoca after winning his first and only Major to date

MLG Columbus 2016

FaZe’s first Major, which was also the first Major on North American soil, wasn’t a good one as the former Kinguin and G2 team crashed out in the group stage

shox and SmithZz consoling each other as G2, now a French squad, failed to make the playoffs in Columbus

Coach THREAT had to stand in for newcomer Pyth, whose visa issues made him miss the event in North America. The veteran helped NIP make the all-important top 8 to maintain a Legends spot

NiKo couldn’t carry mousesports hard enough at the Major as the team once again crashed out in the group stage

JDM64 sat back and lounged into the playoffs as CLG beat Gambit and Envy before being eliminated by Liquid in the quarter-finals

Fans enjoying the atmosphere at the Nationwide Arena, home of the Columbus Blue Jackets

Astralis made their debut at a Major in Columbus, but the team’s Major curse continued as they went out in the semi-finals

s1mple and Hiko formed a deadly duo that helped Liquid reach the semi-finals with victories over FaZe, fnatic and CLG

ceh9 (famous youtuber) films Edward playing as NAVI make their way to a second grand final in a row in two Majors

coldzera’s father cheers Luminosity on as the Brazilians make their way through the playoff gauntlet

Luminosity pose with their first trophy ever won, MLG Columbus

ESL One Cologne 2016

G2’s shox and ScreaM photographed after losing to SK and fnatic at ESL One Cologne, where both French teams in attendance went out in last place

A large regiment of CIS players standing behind FlipSid3 as B1ad3 and company took on NIP in their group stage decider map

GeT_RiGhT cries after NIP fell eliminated from a Major group stage for the first time

gla1ve and zonic stood in for Astralis as the new signing, Kjaerbye, was ineligible to play and dupreeh had to miss part of the event to receive emergency surgery, although playing with two substitutes didn’t stop the Danes from reaching the playoffs

Gambit made Major playoffs for the first time at ESL One Cologne

Liquid and fnatic fans at the LANXESS Arena face off playfully between maps

Liquid made the Major’s grand final in s1mple’s last hurrah with the team, putting a North American squad in the grand final for the first time

SK won their second Major trophy in a row in Cologne, making fnx’s winrate at Majors a perfect 100%

ELEAGUE Major Atlanta 2017

Turner were given their first Major after a successful season of ELEAGUE

Players and staff stand and watch as teams are drawn during the Major’s Swiss stage

s1mple played his first Major with NAVI in Atlanta

FalleN thanked fox for standing in for SK, now without fnx, after their elimination in the semi-finals at the hands of Virtus.pro

A struggling Virtus.pro found life in Atlanta, where they won the first season of ELEAGUE after weeks fighting through the tournament’s gauntlet and then reached the Major grand final

Kjaerbye became the youngest Major MVP at the age of 18 when he was awarded the trophy for his performance in Atlanta

Emotions ran high and tears flowed in the Astralis camp as the Danes won their first Major title after falling short time and time again since the introduction of the Major circuit

PGL Major Krakow 2017

The French scene continued to struggle as G2, now with kennyS in its ranks, once again failed to make it out of the group stage at PGL Krakow

North, led by MSL and with Magisk and k0nfig among its ranks, made the playoffs at a Major for the second time

BIG went 3-0 in the group stage in what became another Major controversy as it was discovered they were using a bug that allowed a player to peek over certain positions unbeknownst to their enemies

markeloff shakes hands with flamie in what ended up being the Ukrainian player’s last appearance among the top 16 teams at a Counter-Strike Major

FaZe went out 0-3 with losses to FlipSid3, mouz and BIG after bringing rising star NiKo on board

Virtus.pro missed out on making another grand final on home soil, losing to Immortals in the semi-finals

Brazilian fans had a corner in the Tauron Arena from which to cheer on SK and Immortals

Gambit became unlikely Major champions in Krakow after taking out fnatic, Astralis and Immortals in the playoffs

ELEAGUE Major Boston 2018

QB.Fire became the Cinderella story at the second ELEAGUE as they went from making it through the Main Qualifier, which was renamed to Challengers Stage and became a part of the Major itself for the first time, to becoming Legends by the end of the tournament

G2 went from the Challengers Stage to the playoffs, becoming the first French team to make it out of the group stage since DreamHack Cluj-Napoca in 2015

Virtus.pro played their last Major with the Polish lineup that had been together since the dawn of CS:GO, going out in last place in the Swiss stage

Space Soldiers, led by MAJ3R and with the hard-hitting XANTARES, put Turkish Counter-Strike on the map by becoming the first squad from the country to qualify for a Major

FaZe cruised all the way to the final in Boston, making up for their previous Major blunders, but then choked against Cloud9 letting a large lead and four match points wither away before losing the series in overtime

Cloud9 became the first North American squad to win a Major, doing so in front of a crowd of fans on home soil in Boston

FACEIT Major London 2018

At FACEIT London, BnTeT’s TYLOO became the first Asian team to make it into the top 16 at a Major

NIP returned to a Major for the first time since being eliminated in the group stage of IEM Cologne 2016, this time with REZ, dennis and Lekr0 flanking GeT_RiGhT and f0rest

Cloud9 struggled to get results with an international roster that included Golden and STYKO after Stewie2K and tarik left the team

ISSAA and woxic made their mark in a boisterous HellRaisers, reaching the playoffs after eliminating fnatic in the Swiss stage decider match

MIBR, now with Stewie2K and tarik who left Cloud9 after their Major victory in Boston, made it to the semi-finals before the team slowly lost steam and returned to a Brazilian roster

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s1mple was once again denied a Major championship in the grand final after coming runner up at ESL One Cologne 2016

Astralis dominated the playoffs with 2-0 victories against FaZe, Liquid and NAVI and opened up what would become an era of domination at the Majors

IEM Katowice 2019

NRG, with Canadian in-game leader daps at the fore, made a splash at the IEM Katowice 2019 Challengers Stage with a 3-0 record in the Swiss group to reach the Major

ZywOo, the young star taking the world by storm, played his first Major at IEM Katowice 2019, although Vitality failed to make their mark and missed out on the playoffs

Renegades topped expectations, becoming the first team from Oceania to make the playoffs of a Major as they beat ENCE, FaZe and Vitality to reach the quarter-finals

A teary-eyed pashaBiceps, no longer competing at the elite level, brings out the trophy at the Spodek

Fans cheer for NIP in a Major arena for the first time since 2016 as f0rest and company made it to the quarter-finals in Poland

ENCE, who’d gone from a 0-2 start in the Swiss stage to qualifying for the playoffs, continued a dream run to the grand final with victories over Liquid and NAVI

Astralis wiped the floor with ENCE securing the final on Train (16-11) and Inferno (16-4) to become back-to-back Major winners, joining fnatic and Luminosity/SK in unlocking that achievement

StarLadder Major Berlin 2019

huNter- and nexa made their first Major top 16 by going through the Challengers Stage with CR4ZY at the last Major before the coronavirus pandemic, StarLadder Berlin

Liquid came into the StarLadder Major as the team to beat, holding the No.1 spot in the world ranking, but they were no match for Astralis when it mattered most

G2 played their last Major with a French roster in Berlin, unable to make the playoffs with a decider match loss to Renegades

f0rest and GeT_RiGhT played their final Major under the NIP banner going out in last place with a 0-3 record in the group stage after tallying losses to MIBR, CR4ZY and North

NAVI were once again stopped short in the playoffs, this time by NRG who ran away with a 2-0 series in the quarter-finals

Renegades showed up in Berlin to make their second playoff in a row, this time going a step further and reaching the semi-finals

NRG, now led by stanislaw at the StarLadder Major, pushed a step further and made it all the way to the top 4 at the Mercedes Benz Arena

Much like ENCE at IEM Katowice, AVANGAR put forth a dark horse dream run all the way to the final at StarLadder Berlin as AWPer JAME excelled throughout to become an MVP contender

Astralis became the most successful Major team in history when they raised their trophy towards the crowd after winning in Berlin. They tallied three Majors in a row for a total of four titles, while device equaled coldzera’s two Major MVP awards

[NEW] StarLadder Berlin Major 2019 schedule, standings and bracket | starladder berlin major 2019 – Vietnamnhanvan

Astralis are your Berlin Major 2019 Champions

The StarLadder Berlin Major is the second CS:GO major of 2019. The event schedule is divided into three phases, with league table standings for the New Challengers and New Legends stages, before a play-off bracket for the remaining eight teams in the New Champions Stage.

Boasting a prize pool of $1m and 24 of the world’s finest CS:GO teams, the Berlin Major will be one of the highlights of the year for Counter-Strike fans. Here’s everything you need to know…

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Playoffs Bracket

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New Legends Standings

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New Challengers Standings

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Berlin Major schedule

  1. New Challengers Stage: August 23rd to August 26th
  2. New Legends Stage: August 28th to September 1st
  3. New Champions Stage: September 5th to September 8th

Times are CEST

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Playoffs stage

September 8th, Grand Final

  • AVANGAR 0-2 Astralis

September 7, Day Three

  • Renegades 0-2 AVANGAR
  • NRG Esports 0-2 Astralis

September 6, Day Two

  • NRG Esports 2-0 Natus Vincere
  • Astralis 2-0 Team Liquid

September 5, Day One

  • ENCE 0-2 Renegades
  • Team Vitality 1-2 AVANGAR

New Legends Stage

Venue: Verti Music Hall, Berlin

September 1, Day Five

  • Renegades 2-1 G2 Esports
  • Team Liquid 2-0 mousesports
  • Natus Vincere 2-1 Cr4zy

August 31, Fay Four

  • G2 1-2 AVANGAR
  • MiBR 0-2 Natus Vincere
  • Team Vitality 2-0 mousesports
  • FaZe Clan 1-2 Renegades
  • Astralis 2-1 Cr4zy
  • Team Liquid 2-0 North

August 30, Day Three

  • Natus Vincere 17-19 mousesports
  • Team Liquid 18-22 AVANGAR
  • MiBR 4-16 G2 Esports
  • FaZe Clan 9-16 Cr4zy
  • Renegades 2-0 Dreameaters
  • Ninjas in Pyjamas 0-2 North
  • ENCE 2-0 Vitality
  • Astralis 0-2 NRG Esports

August 29, Day Two

  • Renegades 13-16 AVANGAR
  • Natus Vincere 16-7 DreamEaters
  • Ninjas in Pyjamas 10-16 Cr4zy
  • North 13-16 mousesports
  • Team Liquid 9-16 NRG Esports
  • FaZe Clan 7-16 Team Vitality
  • ENCE 16-8 MiBR
  • Astralis 16-7 G2 Esports

August 28, Day One

  • ENCE 16-5 AVANGAR
  • Astralis 16-9 DreamEaters
  • NRG Esports 16-14 Renegades
  • Team Liquid 16-9 Cr4zy
  • Team Vitality 16-9 North
  • FaZe Clan 16-8 mousesports
  • Natus Vincere 17-19 G2 Esports
  • MiBR 16-12 Ninjas in Pyjamas

New Challengers Stage

Venue: Verti Music Hall, Berlin

August 23, Day One

  • Vitality 8-16 Syman Gaming
  • NRG 17-19 Dreameaters
  • G2 16-10 Tyloo
  • North 16-5 INTZ
  • FURIA 16-6 Hellraisers
  • Mousesports 16-6 Forze
  • Avangar 16-13 Complexity
  • Cr4zy 16-13 Grayhound
  • North 16-14 Syman Gaming
  • G2 Esports 16-9 DreamEaters
  • mousesports 19-17 AVANGAR
  • FURIA Esports 11-16 Cr4zy
  • NRG Esports 16-7 TYLOO
  • Team Vitality 16-9 INTZ
  • Complexity 5-16 HellRaisers
  • Grayhound Gaming 9-16 forZe

August 24, Day Two

  • G2 Esports 1-2 mousesports
  • Furia Esports 2-1 Cr4zy
  • Team Vitality 14-16 DreamEaters
  • NRG Esports 16-4 Syman Gaming
  • Furia Esports 10-16 forZe
  • AVANGAR 16-8 HellRaisers
  • Complexity 2-0 TYLOO
  • Grayhound Gaming 2-1 INTZ

August 25, Day Three

  • G2 Esports 2-0 forZe
  • NRG Esports 2-0 AVANGAR
  • Cr4zy 2-1 DreamEaters
  • Furia Esports 0-2 Syman Gaming
  • Complexity 0-2 Grayhound Gaming
  • Team Vitality 2-0 HellRaisers

August 26, Day Four

  • AVANGAR 2-1 Syman Gaming
  • forZe 0-2 DreamEaters
  • Team Vitality 2-1 Grayhound Gaming

Meet the New Challengers

Sixteen teams click off the Berlin Major in the New Challengers Stage, with some having better prospects than others. Tim Masters scans the field of teams hoping to make it through to the New Legends Stage…

Team Vitality

The best team in this phase, and the second best in the world, Vitality are going to be many people’s 3-0 pick for a reason. ZywOo is scary, but the team is more than just kennyS evolved now the rest have come online.

AVANGAR

Jesus saves, and so does Jame, with AVANGAR’s star man having seen his stock fall in recent times. For a while, he was considered a great hope, but a reputation for saving and stat padding has begun to follow him around, and he needs to show up at this Major as a result.

G2 Esports

Remember kennyS and shox? They were the French guys who made you go ‘WTF?’ before ZywOo, and the great news is they still can. This is a team that should make it out of Challengers at least, but you can always rely on them to surprise you, for better or worse.

Complexity Gaming

A lot of people think it would be a surprise if Complexity made it out of this stage, but they have the funding and support of a much more successful team, and more talent than many people realise, so don’t be shocked if you see the Dallas S…sorry, Complexity in the second phase.

HellRaisers

If you want to talk talent, this is the team with too much to be this bad, if that makes any sense. Oskar is a game winner on his own, ISSAA can do wonders, and for years people said ANGE1 was the hidden best IGL in the CIS region. They should get through, but could easily fail judging by recent months.

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mousesports

The other real quality of this stage, alongside Vitality, is the new Mousesports, with karrigan at the helm and ropz back on form. Due to the Team NiKo/Team karrigan thing that pundits created around the FaZe situation, they also have a lot of support from the media, which has led to them being overrated, but should make it out of Challengers fine.

NRG Esports

When they kicked daps as in-game leader to be replaced by Stanislaw, there was a lot of support for the move, but so far NRG haven’t really shown themselves to be any better than the pre-Tarik era, when one person didn’t run the team. Not making it out of Challengers would represent a failure, but their expectations can’t go far beyond that.

forZe

The Russian org forZe has been around a while, but not really made much of an impact in the past. Their recent appearance at the Rainbow Six Major took that competition by storm, and the CS team has been doing well online too. Whether they can translate that form into LAN play is the next question to be answered.

Grayhound Gaming

The Dick is out in Berlin this year, having made it to yet another Major, and at this point all you can do is enjoy the antics of Mr Stacey and his Gray mates. The ANZ side will sadly split after the Major, with erkaSt unable to secure a visa to stay in Oz, so expect them to give it their all for one last hurrah.

CR4ZY

While the name change was not the most sensible idea, it seems as though the team now known as CR4ZY are still pretty decent, and they’ve been a team for a while now too, so you shouldn’t be surprised if they cruise sections of New Challengers. Not making it out would be a failure for this team.

FURIA Esports

If this were 2018, the Brazilian side would be coming in with no pressure and lots of fans, but things have gone a bit south for the team many proclaimed ‘the best in Brazil’ a few months ago. In a stronger Challengers stage they would be at risk, but the depth isn’t there to justify Furia falling at the first hurdle.

Syman Gaming

It’s not easy to judge some of the teams at this point, but the results suggest Syman could be in a spot of bother here, with no real wins over teams at the level you’d think required to make it out. Sure, they trade games with DreamEaters, but losses to Copenhagen Flames and HAVU suggest it might be ‘Syman says goodbye’ for this Major cycle.

TYLOO

There was a time when the line was ‘Tyloo can beat anyone on their day’, but it’s sadly turning the other way in 2019. Now, the Chinese superteam can lose to anyone, at any time, and while there is still a lot of talent on board they are nowhere near as scary as in previous years.

North

It’s frankly a bit silly that a team with the money and support North have, as well as the talent in the shape of kjaerbye and valde, find themselves in Challengers at all, but that’s the world they occupy. There is no reason for them to not make week two, and if they somehow do manage to get it wrong it should be time to blow the team up and start again.

DreamEaters

The most experienced player on DreamEaters has had spells on Pro100 and forZe, so it’s fair to say this is a bit of a step up for the org that is a new name to many CSGO fans. There will be few more popular 0-3 picks, and if they defy that expectation it will be a decent achievement for a bunch of rookies at this level.

INTZ eSports

At this point it looks like kNgV will at least play the Berlin Major with INTZ before his long-anticipated move to MIBR finally happens. How that affects their morale here is anybody’s guess, but don’t be surprised if they collapse and make an early exit despite the players they have.

The New Legends Stage

August 28th to September 1st at Verti Music Hall, Berlin

Eight teams have already secured their place in the New Legends Stage, based on their performance at the previous Major.

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The New Champions Stage bracket

September 5th to September 8th at Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin

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The New Champions Stage is a single-elimination bracket featuring the top eight teams from the New Legends Stage. All matches are best-of-three except for the BO5 final.

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