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IEM Season XIII - Katowice Major 2019 odds

Who wins CS:GO - IEM Season XIII - Katowice Major 2019?

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Intel Extreme Masters Season XIII - Katowice Major 2019

The popularity of eSports is growing rapidly and there are many reasons for it. In addition to being a fun form of competition, the eSports are becoming more challenging and sophisticated and the coverage of these competitions are becoming better too. eSports fans will get to watch a few exciting tournaments in 2019, the Intel Extreme Masters Season XIII - Katowice Major 2019 will definitely be one of the events that eSports fans will be looking forward to.

Beginning in 2007, the 13th season of the championship is scheduled to officially start on February 14 and will last until March 3. Also the 14th Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Major Championship will be part of this event. A total of 24 teams will be competing in this tournament, 14 of which will be part of the 2019 season based on their performance on the last Major Championship which was held in London. While, the organizers will hold special regional qualifiers for the rest of the teams.

Administered by Valve Corporation and ESL, this year's World Championship will come with a 1 million US dollar prize pool. Introduced in 2016, this is huge prize pool is one of the main reason why so many people are looking for eSport betting advice, they know that they can earn a decent amount of money by placing bets on their favorites in the fierce competition. In order to get the most of it, you'll have to follow the trends in this fast changing eSports betting world.

Now back to the championship, we will witness four regional qualifiers (CIS, Europe, Americas, and Asia). Each Minor will feature eight teams, two teams from each qualifier will move on to the New Challengers stage. In addition, the teams that placed third in their respective Minors will have another shot at the Major as the number of direct invites have been reduced to fourteen from sixteen, the last two spots will be decided through a third place qualifier, in which the teams that placed third at each Minor will play until two teams remain.

Keep in mind that the last year's CS: GO event was won by Astralis (it was their second Major), who still need to win one more Major in order to share the record with Fnatic (a Swedish team) which has won three Majors. In addition to Astralis from Denmark, a few other exciting professional teams will also be in attendance on this championship including BIG from Germany, MIBR from Brazil, Ninjas in Pajamas from Sweden, TyLoo from China, Vega Squadron from Russia etc. But, it’s not just CS:GO that you can watch on this championship, there’s a StarCraft II stage too. All in all, a truly impressive eSports gaming event will be awaiting sporting fans this year in SPODEK Arena, with professional teams from all over the world.


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