The next CS:GO Major 2019 will be held in Berlin

It is known now that next CS:GO Major will take location in the capital of Germany. Well-known Berlin’s Mercedes-Benz Arena will host Counter-Strike fans from all over the world. The arena is ready to accept 14 thousand fans. As organizers announce, the tickets are already in sale and are actively purchased, so if you have the opportunity and wish to enjoy the game and see by yourself legenday CS:GO teams we’d recommend you to hurry up with purchasing the tickets.

Tournament schedule details

The major has the following schedule with several stages


Who will win the CS: GO Major 2019?

The final stage will host best of the best teams who are real aces and professionals of their thing. It is already known that several teams had already got their invites. Those are the teams who had shown their best results. Among them there are the champions of the previous CS:GO Major – Dannish Astralis, silver champions Ence, Ukrainian Natus Vincere, Brazilian MIBR and also Faze Clan, Team Liquid, Renegades and Ninjas in Myjamas. Other teams will go through qualifications and will be able to fight veterans of CS:GO on Mercedes-Benz Arena for 1 000 000$ prize pool. Winners with their 1st place will get 500 000$, the prize for the 2nd place is 150 000$, the 3rd place is 70 000$.


Should I bet?

Maybe you are already have an idea of which team will emerge victorious at the event in Berlin, but you are not sure how to make bets on CSGO major? First you need to choose a bookmaker – we recommend choosing among the websites for which esports is a priority. Esports betting sites will accept the maximum number of various bets on CSGO matches and most definitely offer special promotions timed to the major. Before spending your real money, you should closely read user agreement and betting rules to better understand how the site works. Then you will have to figure out which bets the site accepts – usually in case of CSGO you will be able to predict not only a winner of a match/tournament, but also the total number of rounds played and the final score.