Sign-ups open for $50,000 Gfinity CSGO Spring Series

Gfinity has announced that the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Spring Series 2018 is now open for registration to teams in EU and NA.

Competitors will be competing for a share of the $50,000 prize pool when the tournament returns in June.

Gfinity says it retains true to its roots with a commitment to grassroots esports. All skill levels are able to compete thanks to competition's three divisions: amateur, intermediate and main.

Participating teams will battle it out across eight weeks in a Swiss style season format in order to qualify for the Playoffs. As well as the prize pool, they will compete to become champions of Europe and North America.

Team registrations are now open via https://cevo.com/gfinitycsgo at discounted early bird prices.

Pre-season begins on June 10th and ends June 28th, with the regular season taking place from July 2nd to August 31st. Playoffs start September 2nd.

You can see a breakdown of each skill division below:

 

Main Division - $15,000 prize pool per region

The Main Division is the invite-only skill division consisting of 48 skilled and experienced teams (per region) looking for serious, near-professional competition.

Teams can qualify to play in this division through their performance in the previous season, and sometimes through our off-season MVP tournaments.

Main teams will play two matches per week on Monday and Thursday evenings in both North America and Europe across one national conference (per region) and compete for the top cash prizes:

1st - $8,000.00 USD
2nd - $5,000.00 USD
3rd - $2,000.00 USD
4th-6th – 5x free entry into next season's Main skill division

Teams interested in participating can email leagueops@gfinity.net with a link to their team roster and recent CSGO accomplishments.

Move-ups to the Main division will only be considered for fully-paid teams, registered in the Intermediate division at the time of application.

It's $20 to register per player or $25 after the early bird rates end on June 28th.

 

Intermediate Division - $7,500 prize pool per region

This division  is open to all teams in both Europe and North America. It's designed for experienced teams seeking serious competitive play.

Intermediate teams will play two matches per week on Sunday and Wednesday evenings in both North America and Europe across one national conference (per region), for cash prizes and the chance to move up to the Main skill division based on their performance.

1st - $4,000.00 USD + automatic move up to next season's Main skill division
2nd - $2,500.00 USD + automatic move up to next season's Main skill division
3rd - $1,000.00 USD + automatic move up to next season's Main skill division
4th-6th - 5x free entry into next season's Main skill division

All other Intermediate division teams that qualify for the Playoffs will receive an automatic move up to next season's Main skill division.

It costs $12.50 sign up per player, or $15 after the early bird rates end on June 28th.

 

Amateur Division - $2,500 prize pool per region

Amateur is the entry-level skill division open to all teams in both North America and Europe. It's designed for new and experienced teams seeking casual competitive play.

Teams in this division will play one match per week on Tuesday evenings in both North America and Europe across one national conference (per region), competing for cash prizes and the chance to move up to the IM/M skill divisions based on their performance.

1st - $1,500.00 USD + automatic move up to next season's Main skill division
2nd - $750.00 USD + automatic move up to next season's Main skill division
3rd - $250.00 USD + automatic move up to next season's Main skill division
4th-6th - 5x free entry into next season's Intermediate skill division

It costs $7.50 sign up per player, or $10 after the early bird rates end on June 28th.

All other Amateur division teams that qualify for the Playoffs will receive an automatic move up to next season's Intermediate skill division.

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