CS Summit 6 Online: North America Overview

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Summit starts in North America for the sixth time. The upcoming event will be held online with a $75,000 prize pool. However, the main reward for the teams will be the RMR Points. What are the RMR points? Why are they important? Which teams are in the highest need to win CS Summit 6? 

CS Summit NA – format, participants, and schedule 

The online Summit in North America starts with Stage 1 on June 22-23. In this stage, teams with NA RMR Rankings #6 - #10 will compete with each other and 3 qualifiers winners for three places in Stage 2. Stage 1 participating teams: 

  1. Cloud9 
  2. Team Envy 
  3. MIBR 
  4. Triumph 
  5. Yeah Gaming 
  6. Chaos Esports Club 
  7. Team One 
  8. New England Whalers 

Stage 2 will be held from June 24 to June 28, 2020. There will be a GSL format featuring two groups, 4 teams in each. Three best teams will advance to Stage 3. Two top teams from each group will go to Upper Bracket while third teams from Group A and Group B will clash in the Lower Bracket. Current group stage participants: 

Group AGroup B
Team Liquid100 Thieves
Evil GeniusesGen.G Esports

Stage 3 is the final playoffs for 6 teams who will define the most skillful one in North America. The Grand Final will feature a Bo5 match with a 1 map advantage to the Upper-Bracket team. The tournament winner will get $22,000 and 2000 RMR points. 

What are RMR points and why they are important? 

Apart from a dollar prize pool, CS_Summit will also award RMR points to its participants. The Regional Major Rankings is called to replace the Minors and direct invites to Major CS:GO events. Ahead of the Major, the teams are able to earn RMR points by participating in different events like CS Summit 6 Online.  

In this season, there are three RMR series for North America: Berlin 2019, Road to Rio and cs_summit 6. The total number of points will determine the teams who will represent the North American region at ESL One: Rio 2020. Top three teams of NA RMR rankings will qualify for Legends Stage, 4th teams – for Challenger Stage, 5th team will qualify as Contender. While the teams ranked on 6-11 places will not be able to participate at ESL One: Rio 2020. Therefore, such famous teams like Cloud9 and MIBR should really do their best at CS_Summit 6 Online: North America to earn enough points for qualifying to the biggest CS:GO event of the year. 

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