The first Regional Major Rankings event ESL One: Road to Rio has come to its end. Teams in six regions have started their way to the only Major of the year 2020, which is scheduled for November. More about new Major qualifiers system you can learn here. In most of the regions, the event ended few weeks ago but the tournaments in Europe and CIS were over on May 17.
In Europe the best team in the world took what belongs to them. Astrlalis have always been on top of their form on Majors and the first Major of 2020 was scheduled for May before being postponed due to coronavirus pandemic. Astralis lost only one series at the group stage and in play-off they did not drop a single map! G2 took the second place, FaZe Clan stayed the third.
The biggest sensation of CIS was NAVI’s failure. They did not manage to make it to the play-offs. In their Group all six teams had the same 2:2 score line before the last day. Natus Vincere lost to Hard Legion 0:2 and were out of the event. Team Spirit featuring chopper and mir took the first place in this region. They did not lose a single series during the whole even and their map difference was 16:3! Winstrike took the second place while Hard Legion and Virtus.Pro were third and fourth respectively.
In North America Evil Geniuses surprised anyone by not making it through to play-off as well. Team Liquid also let their fans down as they took only the fourth place. Gen.G won the event by beating FURIA and the grand final. Cloud9 took the third place.
In South America Indonesian organization BOOM with their Brazilian roster featuring boltz and felps won the league while Renegades took the first place in Oceania. Mongolian team TIGER surprisingly overcame Chinese favorites to win the event in Asia.
Despite ESL One: Road to Rio is over, CS:GO is still on. You can bet on DreamHack Masters and other CS:GO matches with the best odds at Cyber.Bet!