FaZe Clan's David "frozen" ?erňansk? celebrates a win at the PGL Copenhagen RMR.
Image via PGL

All CS2 teams qualified for the PGL Copenhagen Major

Only one can be the first.

Everyone remembers the last CS:GO Major in Paris and it should go without saying fans won’t forget the first Major for Counter-Strike 2 when 24 of the world’s best teams meet at PGL Copenhagen to determine who is crowned the first CS2 Major champion.

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While the game has changed, the methods for qualifying for premier events have stayed the same. The majority of the field will be made up of European CS2 rosters that qualified by way of one of two super-stacked Regional Major Ranking events, or RMRs. The remainder is decided by the Americas RMR and the Asia-Pacific RMR.

For teams in the Counter-Strike space, making the Major is everything, especially given how lucrative stickers can be. Let’s see who’s made it to the PGL Copenhagen Major.

All CS2 teams qualified for the PGL Copenhagen Major

Europe

NAVI's Aleksi "Aleksib" Virolainen competes at the PGL Copenhagen RMR.
No s1mple? No problem for Aleksib. Image via PGL

The following teams qualified for the PGL Copenhagen Major via European RMR A and RMR B. The Major seeding will be determined by Valve’s Regional Standings, which will also decide whether CS2 teams start in the Opening Stage (previously known as Challengers) or advance to the Elimination Stage (previously known as Legends). Europe already owns seven of the eight guaranteed Elimination Stage spots.

TeamPlayersRMR Record
Virtus ProJame, FL1T, fame, n0rb3r7, mir3-0
G2 EsportsHuNter-, NiKo, m0NESY, HooXi, nexa3-0
Cloud9Ax1Le, HObbit, electroNic, Perfecto, Boombl43-0
MOUZTorzsi, xertioN, siuhy, Jimpphat, Brollan3-0
Natus VincereAleksib, b1t, jL, iM, w0nderful3-1
FaZe ClanRain, broky, karrigan, ropz, frozen3-1
KOImopoz, dav1g, JUST, adamS, stadodo3-1
Team VitalityZywOo, apEX, Spinx, flameZ, mezii3-1
Team SpiritChopper, magixx, zont1x, sh1ro3-1
ApeksSTYKO, nawwk, jkaem, CacaNito3-1
Eternal FireXANTARES, Calyx, MAJ3R, Wicadia, woxic3-2
SAWMUTiRiS, rmn, ewjerkz, story, arrozdoce3-2
AMKAL ESPORTSTRAVIS, Forester, NickelBack, Krad, ICY3-2
ENCEGoofy, gla1ve, Kylar, hades, dycha3-2
ECSTATICQueenix, kraghen, salazar, Nodios, Patti3-2
HeroicTeSeS, NertZ, sjuush, nicoodoz, kyxsan3-2
9Pandasseized, d1Ledez, clax, iDISBALANCE, glowiing2-3

9Pandas ultimately emerged as the final team to qualify from Europe via the last-chance qualifier, with Guild Eagles and GamerLegion falling oh-so-short of making it to the first CS2 Major.

Asia-Pacific

The MongolZ's bLitz, playing at IEM Katowice.
TheMongolz swept the RMR. Photo by Adam Lakomy via ESL

The Asia-Pacific RMR was held between Feb. 26 and 28 and featured teams from Asia, China, the Middle East, and Oceania. Rather than a 16-team Swiss Stage, the Asia-Pacific RMR comprised an eight-team double-elim bracket with two PGL Copenhagen Major spots on the line (both starting in the Opening Stage). Out of these eight participants, TheMongolz and Lynn Vision came out victorious and booked their flights to Denmark.

TeamPlayersQualified through
TheMongolzbLitz, Techno, Senzu, mzinho, 910Upper final
Lynn VisionWestmelon, Starry, EmiliaQAQ, z4kr, JeeLower final

Americas

The Americas RMR began on March 1 and ran until March 4. They will be played offline in Monterrey, Mexico. Sixteen teams will compete in a Swiss-stage gauntlet with five spots in the Major on the line.

TeamPlayersRMR Record
FURIAKSCERATO, arT, yuurih, FalleN, chelo3-0
Imperial EsportsVINI, HEN1, felps, noway, decenty3-0
paiN Gamingbiguzera, lux, kauez, nqz, n1ssim3-1
Legacycoldzera, latto, dumau, NEKIZ, b4rtiN3-1
ComplexityEliGE, hallzerk, JT, Grim, floppy3-1

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Scott Robertson
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