How to watch PGL Antwerp Major Europe B RMR
We've embedded the official PGL Twitch channel below for your viewing convenience, so you can watch the PGL Antwerp 2022 Major Europe B RMR event, and the main tournament running from 9th to 22nd May with ease.
CS:GO esports fans can also watch PGL Antwerp Europe B RMR matches live via the official PGL YouTube channel.
Schedule & format for
PGL Antwerp Europe B RMR
The PGL Antwerp Major Europe B RMR event runs from 21st to 24th April 2022. Matches are scheduled to begin at roughly 09:00 UTC time each day.
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The tournament features a 16 Team Swiss System Format, and the Buchholz system is used to seed matches from Round 3 to 5. All matches are best-of-one, with the exception of the Elimination and Advancement matches, which are best-of-three affairs.
The third-place decider is also a best-of-three match. When the dust settles, eight teams will advance to the PGL Antwerp Major, while the other eight teams will be eliminated.
PGL Antwerp Major 2022 Europe B teams list
There are a total of 16 teams competing at the PGL Antwerp Major Europe B event. Some of the teams have qualified for this event thanks to their placement in the PGL Stockholm Major 2021, while others had to go through gruelling open qualifiers to earn a spot.
PGL Antwerp Europe B RMR teams:
- G2 Esports
- Copenhagen Flames
- SINNERS Esports
- Team Spirit
- Bad News Eagles
- Anonymo Esports
- Sangal Esports
As you can see, there are some heavy-hitters in this tournament, from the Danish legends Astralis, to G2 Esports, NIP and Players, which is the Gambit squad competing under another name.
Prize pool and Major spots for Europe B RMR event
For this RMR event, there are three Legend status spots, and five Challenger status spots available, alongside a prize pool of $85,000.
For most of the teams competing here, the prize pool really doesn't matter much. Instead, it's all about qualifying for the PGL Antwerp Major 2022. Check out the prize pool distribution below.
- 1st place - $42,500 and Legend status.
- 2nd place - $21,250 and Legend status.
- 3rd place - $12,750 and Legend status.
- 4th place - $8,500 and Challenger status.
- 5th to 8th place - Challenger status.
So there you have it, everything you need to know about the Europe B RMR event leading up to PGL Antwerp 2022. This is, without a doubt, an exciting tournament that no CS:GO esports fan should miss out on, and with our viewer's guide, you definitely don't have to!
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