The BLAST.tv Paris Major is the most anticipated event in the CS:GO calendar, and with RMR tournaments underway, the team list for the event is gradually taking shape. The upcoming tournament promises to be one of the most exciting events of the year, with 56 teams vying for a spot in the final Major of CS:GO’s history.
RMR Tournaments Across Europe, Americas, and Asia-Pacific
Copenhagen, Monterrey, and Ulaanbaatar are hosting the RMR tournaments for Europe, Americas, and Asia-Pacific, respectively. The European RMR is the most robust region in the competition, and 17 teams are set to qualify for the tournament. In contrast, only five teams will qualify from the Americas, and two teams from the APAC RMRs will earn their spot in the BLAST Paris Major.
Qualified Teams List For BLAST Paris Major
- NAVI (Legend)
- Fnatic (Legend)
- Into the Breach (Legend)
- Bad News Eagles (Legend)
- GamerLegion (Challenger)
- OG (Challenger)
- Apeks (Challenger)
- MOUZ (Challenger)
- paiN (TBD *)
- FURIA (TBD *)
- Grayhound (Challenger)
Note: A team with an asterisk still needs to play a seeding match to determine whether they start in the Challengers or the Legends stage.
The list of all CS:GO teams who have qualified for the BLAST Paris Major thus far is taking shape, with updates to come as more teams earn their spots at the event. Notably, a team with an asterisk (*) will still need to play a seeding match to determine whether they will start in the Challengers or the Legends stage.
In the European Legends category, NAVI, Fnatic, Into the Breach, and Bad News Eagles have already qualified for the tournament. Meanwhile, in the Challengers category, we have GamerLegion, OG, Apeks, and MOUZ. The Americas region will be represented by paiN and FURIA, who are yet to be determined (*TBD). Finally, the Asia-Pacific region will be represented by Grayhound, who will compete in the Challenger category.
Intense Competition and High Stakes
The competition in the BLAST.tv Paris Major is expected to be intense, with each team vying for a chance to secure their place in CS:GO history. The European RMR is the most robust region in the competition, and thus, it is expected to qualify the most teams for the Major. The Americas region is also highly competitive, with paiN and FURIA expected to give a tough fight to the European teams.
Fans across the globe are eagerly anticipating the showdown, with the tournament bound to produce some nail-biting moments. The stakes are high, and the competition is bound to be intense, with each team vying for a chance to secure their place in CS:GO history.
In conclusion, the BLAST.tv Paris Major promises to be an exciting event of the year, with the RMR tournaments determining the final list of teams. With a wide range of teams from different regions and categories, the competition is sure to be intense, and fans cannot wait to see who emerges victorious. The upcoming tournament will undoubtedly be one of the most anticipated events of the year, and it will be fascinating to see how each team fares in the intense competition.