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Counter-Strike 2 accused of cheating

Posted by SlayeR 2 months ago, 108 views Games  
Counter-Strike 2 (CS2) is under fire as players accuse the game of manipulating Steam reviews in a move labeled as “dishonest.” After many months of anticipation, Counter-Strike 2 officially launched on September 27. In a controversial move, Valve opted to replace its predecessor, CS:GO, with CS2 on Steam, effectively removing CS:GO from the platform.

Counter-Strike 2 boasts significant improvements, including enhanced graphics and map overhauls. However, the transition has not been smooth for all fans.

CS2 was launched without several popular features that were integral to CS:GO, such as certain maps, game modes, and, notably, support for Mac users. Understandably, there are players who have been left disappointed by Valve’s decision to simply remove the much-loved CS:GO from Steam. And that’s not even to mention the game-breaking bugs that players are already uncovering in CS2.

Adding to the controversy, Valve removed all 167 achievements associated with CS:GO from Steam, further frustrating dedicated fans.

Many of these players have since taken to Steam to voice their frustrations, leaving negative reviews for CS2. However, they soon realized that their reviews were not just impacting CS2’s rating but being added to the collection of reviews that CS:GO had accumulated over time.

This move by Valve has sparked outrage among the community, with many accusing the company of dishonestly inflating CS2’s review score.

One player review on Steam with more than 5,400 helpful votes states, “However you feel about the update to CS2, CS:GO should not have been de-listed. Also, merging reviews of GO into 2’s is very dishonest. If EA and Ubisoft would get criticized for such a move, why shouldn’t Valve?”

Another user on the Counter-Strike 2 community forum questioned Steam’s review policy, suggesting that Valve was manipulating its own system to favorably position CS2.

However, not all players are in agreement. Some argue that CS2 is merely a significant update to CS:GO and not a separate game. They argue that since CS2 is essentially an evolution of CS:GO, it makes sense for the reviews to be merged.

This perspective has led to heated debates within the community, with some players emphasizing that the title “Counter-Strike 2” indicates it’s a sequel and not just an expansion.

In the meantime, Valve has added a disclaimer on the Counter-Strike 2 store page, clarifying that reviews written before September 27 were for the legacy version, CS:GO.
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The Last of Us 2: Remastered

Posted by SlayeR 2 months ago, 91 views Games  
The Last of Us 2: Remastered has been spotted on the LinkedIn profile of a Naughty Dog developer.

The developer in question is lead outsource artist Mark Pajarillo, who has been at the Sony studio since January 2021.

“Responsible for overseeing the production of all outsourced environment art assets, weapons and interactive props for two iconic titles The Last of Us: Part One and The Last of Us 2: Remastered,” reads his LinkedIn profile.

While Sony hasn’t officially announced a Last of Us Part 2 remaster, one is anticipated.

In July, The Last of Us Part 2 composer Gustavo Santaolalla seemingly let slip that an “enhanced version” of the game was in development at Naughty Dog.

Santaolalla, who also composed the original game and the franchise’s TV adaptation for HBO, mentioned that a new version of Part 2 was in the works during an interview with Blender.

During the conversation, one of the interviewers expressed his delight at playing the game and finding out that Santaolalla has a cameo in it. In the section in question, the Argentinian musician can be found playing a song with a ronroco.

According to Spanish language website Vandal, Santaolalla then revealed that a “new version” of the game was in the works in which players will be able to “make [him] play certain tracks”, before adding that he wasn’t allowed to reveal any more information.
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Diablo IV is coming to Steam

Posted by SlayeR 2 months ago, 78 views Software  
Diablo IV, one of the biggest games of the year, is coming to Steam on October 17th. The news comes via video game news and deals account Wario64, who spied a listing for the hellish RPG on Steam.

Though available on consoles (minus the Switch), the PC version of the game was previously locked to Blizzard’s propriety service. Expanding Diablo IV to Steam is in line with previous efforts from Blizzard to capture more PC gamers as it made Overwatch 2 available on Steam earlier this year. Blizzard has stated that it intends to bring more of its games to Steam but has not shared which games it intends to offer there or when they’d be available.

Overwatch 2 was the first game Blizzard launched on the platform and was panned almost immediately. It currently has an “overwhelmingly negative” review score with over 190,000 reviews likely over player dissatisfaction with the implementation of a battle pass and canceled content. Diablo IV, which launched back in June of this year, shouldn’t have that problem, as it was generally well received.
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Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile

Posted by SlayeR 2 months ago, 66 views Upcoming Games  
Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile is set to launch in spring 2024.Activision noted the date in a new blog post with a bunch of information about the future of the Call of Duty franchise. The new mobile version of the battle royale hit was first announced in March 2022.

In celebration of the over 45 million fans who have already pre-registered for Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile, the team announced that, in addition to Verdansk, Rebirth Island will make its mobile debut and be available on Day One of the game’s worldwide launch. This fan-favorite Call of Duty: Warzone map that has been painstakingly and specially built for Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile combines some of the best elements of Battle Royale and Multiplayer into one thrilling experience sure to provide fans with another dose of amazing, frenetic action.

Since Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile was revealed, early adopters in Limited Release countries have experienced a host of content via cross progression and the shared Battle Pass, jumped into 120-player matches on the legendary Verdansk map to face off against real humans at a massive scale, and provided a tremendous amount of feedback.

In collaboration with Call of Duty studios and technology teams at Activision, the Warzone Mobile teams across Activision Shanghai Studio, Beenox, Digital Legends, and Solid State Studios continue to work through their feedback to make all elements of the game even better with refinements to everything from performance and polish to gameplay, touch controls, menus, and more.

From rendering at a significantly higher fidelity to reducing the install footprint, to refining the customization options, to the integration of an authentic multiplayer experience featuring maps like Shipment and Shoot House to complement Battle Royale, Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile is all-encompassing Call of Duty experience poised to redefine Battle Royale for gamers on the go.

If you have not signed up for Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile yet, there’s still time. Head over to the Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile website to preorder on the App Store or pre-register on Google Play to claim some awesome rewards and ensure you are ready to roll when the game launches worldwide in spring 2024.
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Microsoft completes Activision Blizzard acquisition

Posted by SlayeR 2 months ago, 83 views Other/Misc  
Microsoft now publishes franchises like Warcraft, Diablo, Overwatch, Call of Duty, and Candy Crush.

Microsoft has finalized its $68.7 billion deal to acquire Activision Blizzard, the publisher of Call of Duty, World of Warcraft, and Diablo. The Verge exclusively reported last week that Microsoft was planning to close today, and now it’s official. The acquisition required 20 months of battles with regulators in the UK and US, but Microsoft has closed its Activision Blizzard deal after defeating the Federal Trade Commission in a US federal court and restructuring the deal to appease the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) in the UK.

“We love gaming. We play games, create games, and know first-hand how much gaming means to all of us as individuals and collectively, as a community. And today, we officially welcome Activision Blizzard and their teams to Xbox,” says Xbox chief Phil Spencer. “As one team, we’ll learn, innovate, and continue to deliver on our promise to bring the joy and community of gaming to more people. We’ll do this in a culture that strives to empower everyone to do their best work, where all people are welcome, and is centered on our ongoing commitment of Gaming for Everyone.”

The deal is Microsoft’s largest acquisition ever, far in excess of the $26 billion Microsoft paid to acquire LinkedIn in 2016 and the $7.5 billion it paid to acquire Bethesda in 2021. This is Microsoft’s biggest-ever push into gaming, too, and the company said at the original announcement of this megadeal that it will now be the “third-largest gaming company by revenue, behind Tencent and Sony.”

Microsoft now plans to add many of Activision Blizzard’s games to Xbox Game Pass. “Today we start the work to bring beloved Activision, Blizzard, and King franchises to Game Pass and other platforms,” says Spencer. “We’ll share more about when you can expect to play in the coming months. We know you’re excited – and we are too.”

Activision Blizzard made it clear earlier this week that Modern Warfare 3 and Diablo IV won’t be coming to Xbox Game Pass this year, though. Microsoft hasn’t provided an update on Xbox Game Pass subscription numbers since announcing 25 million subscribers alongside the original Activision Blizzard deal announcement in January 2022.

Microsoft will now add more than nine game studios from the Blizzard side alone to its Xbox Game Studios, alongside games studios in more than 11 locations for the mobile gaming King side of the acquisition. Microsoft has also transformed into a publishing powerhouse after the acquisition, with more than 8,500 Activision employees now joining Microsoft.

Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick will remain in place to help with the transition until the end of 2023. “I have long said that I am fully committed to helping with the transition,” says Kotick in an email to Activision Blizzard employees today. “Phil has asked me to stay on as CEO of ABK, reporting to him, and we have agreed that I will do that through the end of 2023. We both look forward to working together on a smooth integration for our teams and players.”

On Friday, Microsoft also reiterated that it is committed to the labor neutrality agreement it struck with the Communications Workers of America (CWA) in June 2022. “Now, more than sixteen months later, as Microsoft has closed its transaction to acquire Activision Blizzard, we affirm our commitment to our labor principles and innovative approach to union partnerships,” Microsoft’s Brad Smith wrote in a blog post. “Microsoft remains steadfast in our support of our current and future employees in whatever choice they make about their workplace and their representatives.” Workers at Blizzard’s Albany, NY offices and Activision subsidiary Raven Software have unionized.

It hasn’t been an easy deal to finalize for Microsoft. The CMA initially blocked the deal in the UK over cloud concerns, months after the FTC initially sued to block the Activision Blizzard acquisition in the US. After the FTC then failed to secure a preliminary injunction to block Microsoft from finalizing its Activision Blizzard acquisition, the CMA and Microsoft instantly agreed to pause their legal battles for a remedy in the UK and eventually negotiated an agreement over cloud gaming rights.

The FTC appealed the decision in its case and says it will continue that appeal. “Microsoft and Activision’s new agreement with Ubisoft presents a whole new facet to the merger that will affect American consumers, which the FTC will assess as part of its ongoing administrative proceeding,” spokesperson Victoria Graham said, according to Reuters. “The FTC continues to believe this deal is a threat to competition.”
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Nvidia is raising the price of GeForce Now

Posted by SlayeR 2 months ago, 52 views Software  
Enjoying Starfield on GeForce Now, where the cloud gaming service is one of the best ways to play? Starting November 1st, it’ll cost you $6 more in Canada, £2 more in the UK, or an additional €2 in Europe per month for the must-have Ultimate plan. Six-month plans are going up by $20 CAD, £10, and €10, respectively.

Nvidia spokesperson Jordan Dodge tells me the United States is currently exempt from the price changes. “No price change happening in the US,” he says.

The company says the hikes “account for increased operational costs” in the specific countries where they’re rolling out, according to a customer help page, and that GeForce Now founders can still pay grandfathered pricing as originally promised.

This will be the third price hike for GeForce’s top tier — Nvidia doubled it twice in 2021. For example, UK subscribers who chose to leave their Founders plans for upgraded graphics and latency will have gone from paying £4.99 a month to £8.99 a month to £17.99 a month to, finally, £19.99 a month starting November 1st. Still, the Ultimate tier is a much more impressive service than the Priority one, and that leap accounts for most of the cost.

It’s apparently that time of year when streaming subscription services announce their price increases one after another, in hopes of normalizing the trend. Netflix is reportedly next, and we’re covering all the price hikes here.
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AMD’s Anti-Lag ban for CS2 Players

Posted by SlayeR 2 months ago, 52 views Games  
CS2 developers warned AMD GPU owners not to enable the “Anti-Lag/+” feature because it triggers an automatic ban.

Counter-Strike 2 developers strongly warned players in a post that they’ll be banned if they turn on AMD’s Anti-Lag feature for CS2. According to the post, the features from the most recent driver updates are “implemented by detouring engine dll functions,” adding that when AMD updates the drivers, the team will work on “identifying affected users and reversing their ban.”

AMD added support for Anti-Lag Plus in CS2 in the Adrenaline Edition version 23.30.1 driver. The feature is exclusive to Radeon RX 7000-series GPUs, so older hardware shouldn’t be affected. We emailed AMD for a statement on the issue. Engadget notes that you can disable the feature by pressing Alt+L, and points out that you can verify the hotkey assignment in AMD Radeon Software by clicking the gear icon > Hotkeys > customizing the hotkey for Anti-Lag Plus.
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Counter-Strike 2: Release Date

Posted by SlayeR 3 months ago, 205 views Upcoming Games  
Counter-Strike 2, the much-anticipated sequel to 2012’s CS:GO, is official. As one of the most iconic FPS franchises of all time, there is plenty of excitement – but when is CS2 coming out? A release date has now potentially been leaked.

Despite being over ten years old, and Counter-Strike itself over two decades old, CS:GO is always growing in popularity. As of August 2023, it’s had almost 26 million unique players and hit a peak player count of 1.8 million in May.

Is there a Counter-Strike 2 release date?
CS2 is expected to release on or before September 23, 2023. This was revealed in a leak that shows the first “season” of the competitive Premier Mode is scheduled to begin on September 23.

So far, Valve has only publicly stated that Counter-Strike 2 will release in Summer 2023. Technically, ‘summer’ runs up until September 30.

On August 21, it was the 11-year anniversary of CS:GO’s release, and so many in the community speculated that Valve would release CS2 on this day to mark the occasion.

However, despite all the anticipation, the day came and went with no announcement from Valve.

Although it is possible that the release date could be delayed, if Valve wants the new seasons to start on time, then CS2 will need to be out for everyone to play by September 23.

Currently, the game is still in beta, but all maps are now playable, and many more players are invited, meaning a full release is imminent.

Was CS2 delayed?
No, the Counter-Strike 2 release date has not been delayed. However, a hoax went viral on X/Twitter in August, with a fake message from Valve saying they had delayed the release to Spring 2024.

However, this was just a joke, made up by Twitter user Exerpas to troll fans who are getting somewhat impatient about the CS2 release.
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Diablo 4 release date

Posted by SlayeR 12 months ago, 723 views Upcoming Games  
Diablo 4‘s release date has been officially confirmed, following leaks earlier this week.

Blizzard announced during The Game Awards that the game will be released on June 6, 2023.

It also announced that players who pre-purchase the game will get early Open Beta access.

“The endless battle between the High Heavens and the Burning Hells rages on as chaos threatens to consume Sanctuary,” the game’s official blurb says.

“With ceaseless demons to slaughter, countless abilities to master, nightmarish dungeons, and legendary loot, this vast, open world brings the promise of adventure and devastation. Survive and conquer darkness, or succumb to the shadows.”

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Company of Heroes 3 is coming to PS5 and Xbox

Posted by SlayeR 12 months ago, 690 views Consoles  
Company of Heroes 3 has been announced for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series consoles.

Company of Heroes 3 is being rebuilt from the ground up for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series S|X and will include a newly designed controller scheme allowing for maximum precision on the battlefield. The User Interface is also getting a full revamp, factoring in intuitive button layouts and readability, making for the ultimate strategy experience on consoles.

“Relic has a long history of delivering incredible strategy experiences on the PC,” developer Relic says.

“We knew we had to do the same for CoH3 and launch the best game in the franchise’s history without any compromises. At the same time, we wanted to expand the audience for CoH3 by bringing the game to console.”

The third installment in the Company of Heroes series was due to be released on November 17, but last month publisher Sega announced that the game had been delayed until February 23, 2023.

According to Sega, developer Relic “required some additional time to work on overall improvement, balancing, and fine-tuning of Company of Heroes 3 to ensure they’ll meet player expectations and deliver the deepest tactical experience in the series yet.”

In a statement about the delay, Relic’s general manager Justin Dowdeswell said: “Working with the Company of Heroes development community over the last years has been an invaluable experience and we’re immensely grateful for all of their contributions to Company of Heroes 3 so far.

“We want to deliver the biggest and most immersive game in our franchise’s history, which means we need a bit more time for bug fixing, balancing, and polishing to ensure our players have a fantastic experience at launch.”

The game is powered by the Essence Engine 5, the latest evolution of Relic’s proprietary RTS tech, and will feature a dynamic campaign map in which players command ground, air and naval forces and build supply lines as they lead the Allies’ campaign to retake mainland Italy.
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Final Fantasy 16 release date

Posted by SlayeR 12 months ago, 647 views Upcoming Games  
Final Fantasy 16 will release in June, it’s been announced.

Announced during The Game Awards, the game will come to PlayStation 5 on June 22, 2023. It will remain exclusive until at least December 31, 2023.

The announcement was accompanied by a new trailer, which showed off gameplay from the console-exclusive RPG.

“The flames of vengeance burn bright and beckon with ambitious hunger,” the trailer’s accompanying blurb read. “Awaken the Eikons, but will you dominate them or will they dominate you?”

The announcement finally puts paid to many months of speculation about when Final Fantasy 16 will be released.

In an interview last month, Final Fantasy 16 producer Naoki Yoshida told Famitsu that Final Fantasy 16’s release date would be announced later this year. Yoshida also claimed the game is now nearing the final stages of development.

“With regards to development, the team has turned the corner and entered the home stretch, and is currently concentrating its efforts on debugging, tweaking, polishing, and optimisation,” he said.
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Transformers: Reactivate is a new co-op

Posted by SlayeR 12 months ago, 654 views Upcoming Games  
Transformers: Reactivate has been announced for PC and consoles.

The 1-4 player online action game was revealed at The Game Awards with a trailer that’s viewable below.

It’s being developed and published by Splash Damage, the London-based studio behind Gears Tactics, Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory and Dirty Bomb, with a closed beta scheduled for 2023.

Transformers: Reactivate will tell an original story in which players take control of “some of their favourite characters; unique, weighty, and powerful, seamlessly converting between vehicle and bot form as they battle The Legion; the greatest threat the Autobots have ever faced”.

It has also been announced that Splash Damage has acquired Bulkhead, the Derby-based studio behind Battalion 1944, The Turing Test and Killrun, which is co-developing Transformers: Reactivate as well as making its own original IP.

“Growing up with G1 Transformers in the ’80s means it’ll always hold a special place in my heart, it’s both an honour and a privilege to work with such a beloved franchise,” said Splash Damage CEO Richard Jolly.

“We know fans have been waiting a long time for a new Transformers game on consoles and PC, and we’re going to give them the experience they deserve.”

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Modern Warfare 2 overtakes Elden Ring

Posted by SlayeR 12 months ago, 485 views Games  
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 has dethroned Elden Ring to become the best-selling game of 2022 in the US.

That’s according to data published on Friday by the NPD Group, which is based on dollar sales unless otherwise stated.

Having topped October’s software sales chart based on just two days of sales, Activision’s shooter held the No.1 spot on November’s chart ahead of new entries God of War: Ragnarök, Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, and Sonic Frontiers.

Modern Warfare 2 is the fastest-selling entry in the long-running series, according to publisher Activision. It topped $1 billion in sales in 10 days, beating the record previously held by 2012’s Black Ops 2, which took 15 days to reach the milestone.

On the hardware front, NPD said US console sales in November were up 45% year-over-year to $1.3 billion, driven by a significant increase in PS5 availability.

Sony’s console retained the top spot on the monthly sales chart, in both unit and dollar sales, ahead of Nintendo Switch in both measures.

Overall consumer spending on game hardware, content and accessories in November was up 3% year-over-year to $6.3 billion. Year-to-date spending stands at $49 billion, which is down 6% year-over-year ahead of the final month of 2022.
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Xbox Series S is officially $50/£50 off until Christmas Eve

Posted by SlayeR 12 months ago, 492 views Consoles  
Microsoft has slashed the price of the Xbox Series S from now until Christmas Eve, giving players $50/£50 off the all-digital machine.

The console, which can play all of Xbox‘s current generation games at reduced specs, has seen several sales recently, including during Black Friday when it dropped briefly to £189.

However, this discount is the longest sustained price cut the machine has received since launching in 2020.

From today until December 24, the console’s RRP will be $199.99 / £199.99 at all major retailers.

Microsoft’s head of gaming recently provided more details on the company’s decision to increase first-party game prices from $60 to $70.

The company announced this week that starting next year, major first titles from Xbox Game Studios like Forza Motorsport, Redfall, and Starfield will cost $69.99 at launch in the US.

Microsoft‘s head of gaming Phil Spencer suggested last month that Xbox consoles, games and/or subscriptions may increase in price in the future.

“I think at some point we’ll have to raise the prices on certain things,” Spencer said at WSJ Tech Live, “but going into the holiday we thought it was important to maintain the prices.”

He added: “We’ve held price on our console, we’ve held price on games […] and our subscription. I don’t think we’ll be able to do that forever. I do think at some point we’ll have to raise some prices on certain things.”
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G2 and Astralis to miss IEM Rio CSGO Major

Posted by Diablo 1 year ago, 673 views eSport  
G2 Esports and Astralis will both miss the Rio CSGO Major after upsets against GamersLegion and forZe respectfully. This is both teams’ first time missing a Major in over five years.

In the RMR Road to Rio 2022 Europe tournament, both Astralis and G2 Esports lost in their respective lower matches and have been knocked out of Major qualification on October 7.

G2 lost their matches against Cloud9 and then 1win before losing their first series against GamersLegion which knocked them out of CSGO Major qualification. Astralis were defeated by Ninjas in Pyjamas and Bad New Eagles during the best-of-one portion of the event before their series loss to the Russian team.

Both organizations are staples at CSGO Majors with G2 Esports qualifying for every Major since 2015, a streak of 11 events. This will be Astralis’ first time missing a CSGO Major since its inception in 2016.

The Danish organization is the winningest Major team in the esport, claiming four titles in the past six years.

G2 and Astralis will not be at IEM Rio CSGO Major
G2 Esports’ last Major appearance was at the PGL Major Antwerp 2022 where they placed in the top 11. The team has enjoyed decent showings this year, with a second-place finish at IEM Katowice as their highest placing of the year so far.

Astralis have not had the best year in comparison. At the Antwerp Major, the Danish team placed in the top 20. Their best showing this year was at IEM Cologne where they placed in the top four after a 2-0 loss to NAVI. The organization saw some reshuffling to start the year with a few roster moves as well.

The RMR Road to Rio is still ongoing as FaZe Clan, NIP and Sprout have already qualified for the Legends Stage. There are only three spots left for teams in the qualifier to make the CSGO Major.

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CS:GO Major Dates 2023

Posted by SlayeR 1 year ago, 620 views Gaming Events  
Valve has released the tentative dates for the upcoming CSGO majors in 2022 and 2023. The details were sent out to tournament organizers to invite proposals for the majors as well as the RMR tournaments.

Return to two Majors every year
Valve stated that they’ll be returning to two majors for 2022 and 2023. In the email, the targetted dates were put forward. Late May has been chosen as the timing for the first major in both years, whereas the second major will be held in early November.

The developer also emphasized the importance of the Major being held in a convenient time zone for the majority of CSGO fans and recommended that TOs consider the two prime times 16:00 CEST and 21:00 CEST in their bids. Dates and organizers for both of the CSGO Majors of 2022 are already revealed:

PGL Major Antwerp 2022 (May 5 – 22, 2022)
Intel Extreme Masters XVII – Rio Major 2022 (October 31 – November 13, 2022)
The team’s placement in both of the majors will contribute to their points in the BLAST Premier and ESL Pro Tour circuits and a winner of each major secures themselves a place at the BLAST World Final taking place in December.

One Regional Major Ranking event to be held in each region
The dates and details for the RMR circuit were also laid out in the email. One RMR event will be held in each region before the two majors. The tentative dates selected are Early April and Late September respectively. Valve will also be providing support for the prize pool, travel, and accommodation for these events. The regions for RMR events are:
  • Europe
  • North America
  • South America
  • CIS
  • Asia/Oceania

The regions have been updated keeping in mind the generally combined scene in Asia and Oceania and mark a return to the regional division from the Minor system. The two regions had been separated in the PGL Major RMR circuit due to difficulties in travel due to the pandemic.

The Major Circuit will continue with the PGL Stockholm Major which starts on October 23, 2021. After the cancellation of the ESL One Rio Major, last year the prize pool for the upcoming major has been doubled to $2 Million. Teams are currently fighting to qualify for the major in the various RMR tournaments.

Other CSGO S-Tier Tournaments in 2022
On the way to the majors, there are a few other S-Tier events that are a key part of this year’s CSGO competitive roadmap. Some are independent some contribute and interact with the majors. Either way, those events are a great place for some top-tier competitive play. Here are all the S-Tier CSGO events of 2022 (except for majors):

Intel Extreme Masters XVII – Dallas (May 30 – June 05, 2022)
BLAST Premier: Spring Finals 2022 (June 15 – 19, 2022)
Roobet Cup – (June 22 – 30, 2022)
Intel Extreme Masters XVII – Cologne (July 05 – 17, 2022)
BLAST Premier: Fall Groups 2022 (August 19 – 28, 2022)
ESL Pro League Season 16 (August 31 – Oct 02, 2022)
BLAST Premier: Fall Finals 2022 (November 23 – 27, 2022)
BLAST Premier: World Final 2022 (December 14 – 18, 2022)
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