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Intel Extreme Masters Chicago CSGO Day 1 Groups

Day 1 of the Intel Extreme Masters Chicago 2018 Counter-Strike:Global Offensive tournament begins today, Tuesday November 6th.  The Group Stages will be live streamed from November 6th to Friday, November 9th.  You can find all of the information for group stages, including the schedule and bracket below!

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Kicking it off will be the Group Stage matches featured below.  For now, players will be behind closed doors while the group stages are lived streamed.  Doors to the event will officially open Saturday, November 10th at 11:00 AM CST (UTC-6) at the Wintrust Arena, Chicago!

Where: Wintrust Arena, Chicago
Doors Open:
Saturday, November 10th at 11:00 AM
How to Watch:
 https://www.twitch.tv/esl_csgo
IEM Website & Info: https://www.intelextrememasters.com/season-13/chicago/
Tickets: https://www.intelextrememasters.com/season-13/chicago/tickets/

Players will take to the main stage November 10th and 11th where we will see two best of 3 Semi-Finals, and a best of 5 Grand Final on Sunday.

Schedule

All Times CST (UTC-6)


TUESDAY 6TH – Stream A
12:00pm – Group A – UB Ro8 – North vs NRG
1:15pm – Group A – UB Ro8 – MIBR vs Renegade
2:30pm – Group B – UB Ro8 – Fnatic vs BIG
3:45pm – Group B – UB Ro8 – Mouz vs AVANGAR
5:00pm – Group A – UB Ro4 #1 – Winner of Astralis/MVP vs Winner of North/NRG
8:35pm – Group A – UB Ro4 #2 – Winner of MIBR/Renegades vs Winner of LDLC/FaZe

TUESDAY 6TH – Stream B
12:00pm – Group A – UB Ro8 – Astralis vs MVPPK
1:15pm – Group A – UB Ro8 – LDLC vs FaZe
2:30pm – Group B – UB Ro8 – NaVi vs eUnited
3:45pm – Group B – UB Ro8 – Luminosity vs Team Liquid
5:00pm – Group A – UB Ro4 #3 – Loser of North/NRG vs Loser of Astralis/MVP
8:35pm – Group A – UB Ro4 #4 – Loser of LDLC/FaZe vs Loser of MIBR/Renegades


Wednesday 7TH – Stream A
12:00pm – Group B – LB Ro4a #2 – Loser Luminosity/Liquid
3:35pm – Group B – UB Ro4 #1 – Winner Navi/eUnited vs Fnatic/BIG
7:10pm – Group B – UB Ro4 #2 – Winner Mouz/AVANGAR vs Luminosity/Liquid

Wednesday 7TH – Stream B
12:00pm – Group B – LB Ro4a #1 – Loser of NaVi/eUnited vs Loser of Fnatic/BIG
3:35pm – Group A – LB Ro4b #1 – Loser of UB Ro4 #2 vs Winner of LB Ro4a #1
7:10pm – Group A – LB Ro4b #2 – Loser of UB Ro4 #1 vs Winner of LB Ro4a #2


THURSDAY 8TH – Stream A
12:00pm – Group B – LB Ro4b #1 – Loser of UB Ro4 #2 vs Winner of LB Ro4a #1
3:35pm – Group A – UB Final – Winner of UB Ro4 #1 vs Winner UB Ro4 #2
7:10pm – Group B – UB Final – Winner of UB Ro4 #1 vs Winner UB Ro4 #2

THURSDAY 8TH – Stream B
12:00pm – Group B – LB Ro4b #2 – Loser of UB Ro4 #1 vs Winner of LB Ro4a #2
3:35pm – Group A – LB Final – Winner LB Ro4b #1 vs Winner LB Ro4b #2
7:10pm – Group B – LB Final – Winner LB Ro4b #1 vs Winner LB Ro4b #2


FRIDAY 9TH – Stream A
12:00pm – Quarter Final #1 – 3rd Group A vs 2nd Group B
3:35pm – Quarter Final #2 – 2nd Group A vs 3rd Group B


The Teams

  • Astralis
  • FaZe Clan
  • Team Liquid
  • Mousesports
  • BIG
  • MIBR
  • NRG ESPORTS
  • Renegades
  • NAVI
  • Fnatic
  • avangar
  • North
  • eunited
  • mvp pk
  • Luminosity
  • Team LDLC

Prize Pool

Total: $250,000 usd
1st: $100,000
2nd: $42,000
3rd-4th: $20,000
5th-6th: $10,000
7th-8th: $6,000
9th-12th: $5,000
13th-16th: $4,000

Format

16 team tournament
Two GSL groups of 8 teams
Group 2nds play groups 3rds in the first round of playoffs
Group winners are seeded directly into the semifinal

You can visit the Intel Extreme Masters website here to check out all of the information for the Chicago Counter-Strike:Global Offensive Tournament!

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