#HomeSweetHome Week 8
This event page for #HomeSweetHome week 8 has all the information you need. The teams, format, prize pool and predictions is all included. ...
ESL One Rio was scheduled to be one of this year's total two majors for CS: GO, but as the situation looks now due to the outbreak of the corona virus, it will be the only one for the year. The plan is for the major to take off in Rio de Janeiro from November 9-22. Under the current situation, it is not possible to guarantee that the tournament will be playable, but the qualification for the tournament will be played online, which changes parts of the program. The qualification is divided into six regions (Europe, CIS, North America, South America, Asia, Oceania) and in all regions the law on points will be fought which will later lead to places for the major, which will contain a total of 24 teams from all over the world. These locations will be distributed as follows between the regions:
Europe: 10 teams
North America: 6 teams
CIS: 5 teams
South America: 1 team
Oceania: 1 team
Asia: 1 teams
Due to the fact that two of the best South American teams, FURIA and MIBR, are currently in North America and participate in that qualification, the South American qualification has been lost. Only four teams will participate and that means that only one team will advance to ESL One Rio and they will get a place in the Contenders stage.
Where do I watch ESL One: Road to Rio?
ESL One: Road to Rio will be broadcast through ESL's official English channel on Twitch. https://www.twitch.tv/esl_csgo
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