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How far will ELeague go?

Chiu on This
A short and regular opinion blast from Stephen Chiu

Today it was announced that ELeague got the nod to do the next Major in CS:GO. This is great for all involved as they have great production, they’re well run and already highly respected by the community and the players. With them being a major partner though, my question is this.

How far will ELeague go? There are still numerous things that could be done to change the Major for the better. The first being the removal of the map randomizer, the possible changing of the format (from GSL groups to a round robin or Swiss format), or a possible increase in the number of teams participating in the main event?

Or maybe it’ll go like it always has, but one could hope.


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