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ESG Tour Mykonos 2017 odds

Who wins CS:GO - ESG Tour Mykonos 2017?

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ESG Tour Mykonos 2017 Preview

CS: GO – A new circuit starts in Mykonos

For the first time, the platform PvPRO.com organizes a competition on the professional scene of CS:GO. It is ESG Tour Mykonos which will take place from 7 to 10 September in a sumptuous villa where the teams will compete to decide a cash prize of 200 000 €.

A relaxing atmosphere

The tournament wishes to distinguish itself by its original character: the players will be housed within the "Destiny Villa" but will also compete with the parties in the property. The organizers guarantee numerous happenings which should excite the players as well as the spectators who will follow the retransmission of the competition.

Note that Mykonos is only one stop on the ESG Tour circuit. The first three teams at the end of the tournament will be directly invited to the next stage.

Teams and Groups revealed

A total of eight participants will be present. Seven teams were invited by the organizers: Gambit (winners of the Major in Cracow), SK Gaming, Heroic, Virtus.pro, BIG, mousesports, Team Liquid. The final place will be awarded to winners of a closed qualification (only by invitation).

Team EnVyUs filled the last spot by winning the qualifiers. The French had to take part in the online elimination, where they defeated: HellRaisers, Team LDLC and Space Soldiers.

The eight participating teams are divided into two groups:

  • Group A: SK Gaming, Gambit eSports, Mousesports and Heroic
  • Group B: Team Liquid, Virtus.pro, BIG and Team EnVyUs

The possible contenders

The team to look out for will be SK Gaming, winner of three of the last four most competitive CS:GO tournaments. The team is currently in the United States to train for the upcoming season. Another major contender is Gambit, PGL Major Krakow's champion. They will be playing against Immortals, the Brazilian team who Gambit beat in the Grand Final of Krakow. BIG, famous for using the "bug of the jump" - which is no longer available - in past tournaments, should also draw attention.

Tournament Format

Now fans can get ready for the LAN games that will start with the group phase and GSL format. This stage will be held in double elimination brackets - that is, you must lose twice to leave the tournament. The upper bracket will have series matches best-of-one (BO1). However, the teams suffering their first defeat will be dropped in the lower bracket. The teams in lower bracket will compete in the best-of-three format (BO3). The final will be held in a best-of-five (BO5).

Prize Pool

In the playoffs, there will be a prize pool of 200,000 euros - and also a game at the next ESG Tour stop. This award will be for the best three in Mykonos, here is the breakdown of the cash-prize:

  • 1st: 100,000 €
  • 2nd: 40,000 €
  • 3-4th: 20,000 €
  • 5-8th: 5,000 €

So, get yourself prepared for some professional CS:GO action coming your way. We will keep you updated with the competitive action that is set to take place at Mykonos.