OKBET CS GO NEWS : MAJOR SEEDINGS AT IEM RIO
The Electronic Sports League (ESL) has announced the seeding method for the IEM Rio Major Regional Major Rankings (RMRs), more especially for the Europe and Asia regions, a day after the European Qualifiers came to a close. Once all of the qualifiers have been played, the ESL will unveil the final seeding for the Americas Championship. They have vowed to make this announcement on Tuesday, September 6th.
Following the completion of the four European Qualifiers on August 31, a total of sixteen teams were successful in advancing to the next round. From the first qualification round, Sprout, Team Falcons, MOUZ, and Aurora Gaming advanced.
HOW WILL SEEDING WORK?
The ESL announced that teams that finished in the top 16 at the PGL Antwerp Major will be seeded first through twelfth based on their overall performance at that competition. The teams who finished in first through fifth place in the open qualifier will be seeded between 13th and 18th, while the teams that finished in first through fourth place in the open qualification will be seeded between 19th and 22nd. The top five teams from Qualifier 3 will compete for Slots 23–27, and the top six teams from Open Qualifier 4 will compete for Slots 28–32. The teams that finish in first through sixth place in Open Qualifier 4 will fill Slots 28–32.
Using the technique of alternate sowing, the seeds numbered 1 through 12 have been distributed across Europe A and Europe B. Sprout, the team that finished first in open qualifier 1, had the option of being placed in either EU 1 or EU 2, but they choose to compete in the EU 1 group instead. Using the alternating seeding process, the remaining teams were divided up into the two groups and given their seeds.
After having previously qualified through the PGL Antwerp Majors, the top six teams from Europe A are as follows: FaZe Clan, the victors of the Majors in May will get the top seed in Europe A, followed by Team Spirit, Ninjas in Pyjamas, G2 Esports, Cloud 9, and Bad News Eagles. Now, Sprout and Aurora Gaming for Qualifier 1 and Fnatic and forZe for Qualifier 2 and Eternal Fire, B8, and Ecstatic for Qualifier 3 and Astralis, 1Win, and Team Gamer Legion for Qualifier 4 have joined them in the competition.
Majors runners-up ENCE, Heroic, Team Vitality, BIG, and Outsiders are the teams that have qualified from the Majors to compete in Europe B. Natus Vincere is also included in this group. K23 and Monte advanced from the second qualifier, Sangal Esports and Fantasy advanced from the third qualification, while SAW, HEET, and Benched Heroes advanced from the final qualifier. Team Falcons, MOUZ, and OG advanced from the first qualifier. These 32 teams will compete in the European Regional RMRs, which will be held in Malta from October 5-9, and the top 16 teams will earn a spot in the IEM Majors, which will begin in November in Brazil.
The Swiss System will be used to host the European RMRs with 16 teams competing. The best-of-three format will be used for all of the elimination and advancement matches, while the best-of-one format will be used for all of the other matches. Each team will continue to compete until they have earned three victories and moved on to the subsequent level, and they will be ousted from the competition once they have earned three defeats.
This eliminates the requirement that teams must play the same number of games and avoids the need for them to play several matches against the same opponent. The pairings for Rounds 3 through 5 will be determined using the Buchholz system, and the match to determine who wins fourth place will be a single-elimination best-of-three competition. Only the top eight teams in each group will advance to the IEM Rio Majors; the teams that finish in last place will be eliminated.
Additionally, the ESL has made the match schedule for the first round of the RMRs available to the public. On October 4, there will be a total of 16 games played, with eight matches coming from each of the two groups. In the first match of Europe A, FaZe Clan will compete against GamerLegion. In the first match of Europe B, Natus Vincere will square off against Benched Heroes.
The qualifying rounds for Asia have already been completed. IHC Esports, the team who finished first in the closed qualifier for Rest of Asia, is the first seed in the tournament. The top team in Oceania, Renegades, will be seeded second, and TYLOO, who competed in the Central Asia Qualifiers, will be seeded third. The Encore Esports Club, formerly known as LookingForOrg, came in first place in the closed qualifier for the Middle East and will now be seeded fourth.
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