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MGMS CS: GO Second Qualifier: Registrations Open

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Registrations for the second MWEB GameZone Master Series (MGMS) qualifier for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive have officially opened. The tournament is set to be one of the most exciting yet as some of South Africa's best teams have an opportunity to get their hands on R10 000 in cash prizes. The top two teams will also find themselves with an invitation to the MGMS Grand Finals, which will be held on the 3 of October. 

The battle for the last two positions in the Grand Final

The MGMS has been divided into two separate qualifiers for the 2015 season, where the top two teams from each qualifier will earn a position at the Grand Finals. The first qualifier concluded last month weeks ago, which means that there are only two remaining spots up for grabs. The Grand Finals for the MGMS will be hosted at the MWEB offices in Cape Town and will boast an impressive total of R22 000 in cash prizes for the main event.

Bravado Gaming and Damage Control have managed to secure the first and second seed, respectively, for the Grand Finals. As a result, they will not be allowed to participate in the MGMS second qualifier, to the relief of some of the other South African teams. 

The battle for the remaining spots is going to be intense as there are some great teams who didn't make the cut in the First MWEB GameZone Master Series qualifier. Teams such as; Energy eSports, Ventus Gaming and Aperture Gaming  may be looking to the second qualifier to have their shot at glory.

The second MGMS qualifier will be increasing the number of live streams, bringing you all the action directly from the official MWEB GameZone stream channel

Registrations Open 

If you want to register for the MGMS second qualifier, then you can head over to the official tournament registration page for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Once there, you will be able to view registrations, brackets, rulesets, registered teams, the calendar and frequently asked questions. Registrations require that each team has a minimum of five members registered, with three optional reserves. No players are allowed to enter more than one team.

Registration will close on the 21st Augusts and matches will commence on the 24th of August, with the finals of the second CS:GO qualifier being held on the 20th of September. Teams must be sure to be available for matches before registering. 

Prizes for second qualifier

The top three teams will bag their share of R10 000 cash prizes:  "The top three teams will bag their share of R10 000 cash"

  • 1st Prize – R5,000
  • 2nd Prize – R3,000
  • 3rd Prize – R2,000 

Ruleset and Frequently Asked Questions

The ruleset and frequently asked questions can be found here, under the ‘Ruleset’ and ‘FAQs’ tabs respectively. The rules are subject to change to match international standards. 

Social Media  

If you’re chatting about the MWEB GameZone Masters Series on Twitter (or even Facebook), remember to add the hashtag #MGMS. For title specific information, use the hashtag #MGMSCSGO for CS:GO

The Full MGMS 2015 Calendar 

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Qualifier 2: 

  • 3 August: Registrations Open 
  • 21 August: Registrations Close 
  • 24 August: Tournament Starts 
  • 20 September: Finals 
  • 3 October: Grand Finals

Who do you think will be taking the remaining top two spots at the MGMS Grand Finals? Let us know by commenting below or hitting us up on Facebook or Twitter.  

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