B site officially announced 100K as its prize pool for Qualifiers

100K for qualifiers

CSGO’s Newly-organized league B site just announced a prize pool of 100K for their qualifier matches. This qualifier will give teams a chance to get into the main tournament in the future.

B site is finally making big moves to compete with ESL in a major way. They finally announced some details about their upcoming qualifier matches. These qualifier matches will run from February 5-17 across three regions. This will include Europe, North America, and South America.

This will put them against direct competition against ESL which was previously the league to look up to. As these two leagues might have scheduling conflict most teams will have to choose only one between them.

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The EU qualifiers will have 32 teams coming into the tournament. half of them will have invites and another half will come directly from open brackets. This will also hold true for NA as they will have 16 teams participating with both invites and open brackets.

As of now, FACEIT’s studios in Los Angeles is confirmed to be the ground for Global LAN Qualifiers. This will also give teams who paid $2 million as franchise fees to be an official partner entitled to a revenue-sharing model.

Match Fixtures

Europe

Open Qualifier #1 – February 5-7 (Register)
Open Qualifier #2 – February 8 (Register)
Open Qualifier #3 – February 9 (Register)
Open Qualifier #4 – February 10-12 (Register)

Closed Qualifier – February 14-17

North America

Open Qualifier #1 – February 5-7 (Register)
Open Qualifier #2 – February 8 (Register)
Open Qualifier #3 – February 9 (Register)
Open Qualifier #4 – February 10-12 (Register)

Closed Qualifier – February 14-16

South America

Open Qualifier #1 – February 5-7 (Register)
Open Qualifier #2 – February 8 (Register)
Open Qualifier #3 – February 9 (Register)
Open Qualifier #4 – February 10-12 (Register)

Closed Qualifier – February 14-16

This will give some much-needed competition to the big league as they all will compete for more viewers.

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