The Brazilian Counter-Strike Circuit (CBCS) introduced on Thursday that it has secured a partnership with Valve granting that two of its Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) splits that may enable groups to qualify for the Majors organized by the sport writer. Additionally, the tournaments held in April-Could, and July-August will depend for the official Regional Main Rankings (RMR).
The primary cut up of the circuit that may qualify for the Main has a complete $100K BRL (roughly $17.8K USD) prize pool, of which $41.5K BRL ($7.4K USD) will go to the primary place finisher together with 1000 rating factors.
CBCS is a manufacturing by LnK Gaming, a joint firm held by DC Set and Brazilian communications big Globo, the leisure group Omelete, the esports promotion firm Avid gamers Membership, held by the Immortals Gaming Membership, and the streamer Alexandre “Gaules” Borba. Beforehand, it was a franchise construction, however after remodeling and the joining of new partners in late 2020, it turned an open circuit.