Faceit Major 2018 Main Qualifier

Faceit Major 2018 Main Qualifier

faceit major 2018 main qualifier

The second and last CSGO Major of this year is just around the corner and FACEIT has been given the honor to host the event. But before the actual event starts the main qualifier will be played in London from September 5 to September 9, where eight teams will advance to the major.

Participants fighting for a spot to FACEIT Major 2018

A total of 16 teams are participating in the main qualifier which will be played in London, UK. Some teams received a direct invitation to the main qualifier thanks to their results at the latest CSGO major (Eleague). While other teams had to qualify for the main qualifier via minor tournaments in different regions around the world.

All teams:

compLexity, Rogue, Renegades, TYLOO, HellRaiser, Spirit, Astralis, BIG, Gambit, Liquid, North, Space Soldiers, Vega Squadron, Virtus.pro, NiP and OpTic.

So, half of these participants will advance and among the favorites we see Astralis, Liquid, Virtus.pro, Space Soldiers, OpTic etc. Gambit and HellRaiers are also two teams that should be able to go through to the main event.

About The FACEIT Major 2018 qualifier

Event: FACEIT Major London 2018 Main Qualifier
Location: London, United Kingdom
Dates: September 5-9, 2018
Prize: 8 spots at FACEIT Major 2018
Map pool: Dust2, Cache, Inferno, Mirage, Nuke, Overpass, Train


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