Here are the current rankings for Valve’s first-ever Regional Major CSGO tournament. We’ve included any points teams gained from their placing at StarLadder Berlin Major just shy of a year ago, so these standings are an overall look at who has the lead going into CSGO’s second Regional Major tournament. A breakdown of where the points came from will also be included.
The Regional Major Rankings is the point-based qualification system that was implemented to determine the invites for Rio Major to replace the Minors and the old invite system. Teams earn points towards the RMR through various competitions that will be held in the months leading up to the Major. There will be three RMR Series: one in the Spring, one in the Summer and one in the Fall. Valve will sponsor the May and Fall Regional Major Ranking series. Each of those events will feature a prize pool of RM 1.1 million ($255,000), divided across each region based on the number of Legends and Challengers invitations available for that region.
Team Liquid – 1900 total points, 1300 from 4th place at Road to Rio, 600 from 8th place at StarLadder Berlin Major.
100 Thieves – 1700 total points, 1100 from 6th place at Road to Rio, 600 from 3rd place 100 Thieves acquire Renegades’s roster at StarLadder Berlin Major.
Gen.G Esports – 1600 total points, 1600 from 1st place at Road to Rio.
Evil Geniuses – 1550 total points, 950 from 7th place at Road to Rio, 600 from 4th place Evil Geniuses acquire NRG Esports’ roster at StarLadder Berlin Major.
FURIA Esports – 1500 total points, 1500 from 2nd place at Road to Rio.
Cloud9 – 1400 total points, 1400 from 3rd place at Road to Rio.
Team Envy – 1200 total points, 1200 from 5th place at Road to Rio.
MIBR – 904 total points, 950 from 8th place at Road to Rio. 300 from 12th place at StarLadder Berlin Major.
Point Deductions Total 40% -120 (Berlin Major 2019) MIBR replace “zews” , “LUCAS1” with “kNgV-” , “meyern”
Point Deductions Total 20% -226 (Road To Rio) MIBR replace “meyern” with “trk”
Triumph – 750 total points, 750 from 9th place at Road to Rio
Bad News Bears (disbanded) – 750 total points, 750 from 10th place at Road to Rio.
Yeah Gaming – 600 total points, 600 from 11th place at Road to Rio.