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CS:GO Regional Major Ranking tournaments partners announced

Valve has announced the CS:GO RMR partners for the final tournaments heading into the Rio Major.

The ESL One: Rio Major 2020 CS:GO tournament was supposed to take place back in May, but due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, it was moved to the Autumn Major dates of 9th to 22nd November. Now, Valve has revealed the CS:GO Regional Major Ranking partners for the final tournaments leading up to ESL One: Rio Major 2020.


CS:GO RMR partners

ESL One: Rio Major 2020 is set to be one of the biggest CS:GO events yet. It features a massive prize pool of $2 million instead of $1 million due to the cancellation of the second Major. It is still a bit unclear how the major will take place with the pandemic in mind but for now, it is definitely something for CS:GO fans to look forward to.

On Twitter, Valve announced the CS:GO RMR partners for the remainder of the season leading up to ESL One: Rio Major 2020. 



IEM New York Online (from ESL) will be the last RMR tournament for North America and CIS regions. There will also be a European regional online tournament, but this will be a non-RMR event. The final European CS:GO RMR tournament will be organized by DreamHack.



The Asia region will be handled by Perfect World, with the Fall Edition of the Perfect World Asia League as the CS:GO RMR tournament heading into the Rio Major. 

Lastly, Omelete & Co will organize the South American CS:GO RMR tournament. At the time of writing, no details on the tournament have been announced.

While a lot of details and dates remain unannounced, it is an exciting development as this basically confirms Valve and ESL plans to go ahead with what will be the first CS:GO Major of the year.

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