IEM Katowice Major 2019 Details, Start Date!

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IEM Katowice Major 2019 Details and Start Date Photo

The IEM Katowice Major 2019 is going to be the first $1 million Major in CS:GO Esports category in 2019. It is going to be the first Major of CS:GO in Katowice after 2015. Since there are 24 places to grab, all the CS:GO Pro Teams from all over the world are going to come for this Major. For every team who grabs a place, there will be a self-customized in-game sticker waiting for them. It will highlight their history of CS:GO Gaming from the qualifiers to Minor Championships. It will also include ESL Arena to the International Congress Centre and then to Spodek Arena. Check out the below article to know all the IEM Katowice Major Details and its Start Date.

IEM Katowice Major 2019 Details and Start Date!

Below are all the IEM Katowice Major 2019 details with the start date and everything you want to know about it…

IEM Katowice Major 2019 – Begins February 14

Legends Challengers Minor Challengers
Astralis Ninjas in Pyjamas TBD via Asia Minor
Natus Vincere Fnatic TBD via Asia Minor
MIBR G2 Esports TBD via CIS Minor
Team Liquid Cloud9 TBD via CIS Minor
BIG Vega Squadron TBD via Americas Minor
compLexity Gaming TyLoo TBD via Americas Minor
HellRaisers TBD via Europe Minor
FaZe Clan TBD via Europe Minor
TBD via a third place
TBD via a third place

The Major Stages

The New Challengers Stage Feb. 14 to 17 Format TBD
The New Legends Stage Feb. 21 to 24 Format TBD
The New Champions Stage Feb. 28 to March 4 Single-elimination best-of-three bracket

The CIS and Europe Minor Championships – Begins January 16

CIS Europe
Team Spirit Mousesports
Winstrike Windigo Gaming
Nemiga Gaming OpTic Gaming
AVANGAR North
pro100 Space Soldiers
Gambit Esports ENCE Esports
Syman Gaming Team Vitality
UnderPressure Valiance
  • Major CIS Teams Eliminated: forZe, Monolith Gaming
  • Major European Teams Eliminated: Heroic, Team Kinguin, Virtus Pro, Team LDLC

The Asia and Americas Minor Championships – Begins January 22

Asia Americas
Renegades (Oceania) INTZ Esports (SA)
Grayhound Gaming (Oceania) Imperial Esports (SA)
ViCi Gaming (China) NRG Esports (NA)
CyberZen (China) Team Envy (NA)
MVP PK (East Asia) eUnited (NA)
GOSU (East Asia) Team One (NA)
Beyond Esports (Southeast Asia) Bravado Gaming (NA)
exDT (Middle East) Furia Esports (NA)
  • Major Asian Teams Eliminated:
  • Major American Teams Eliminated: Swole Patrol, Ghost Gaming, Old Guys Club, Luminosity Gaming, Mythic.

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