Indeed, it’s that time of year again. After another set of regional competition, there’s the RLCS Spring Split Major to look forward to. Accordingly, the best teams in the world are heading to London to compete offline for global dominance!
For those unaware, this Major is only another example of how the format has shifted this year. Indeed, with three splits, this upcoming Split is the final one of the season.
Across each event, teams have fought to earn seeding and points at the World Championship. Accordingly, this is the final opportunity for teams to make it to the largest event of the year.
Hailing from all the globe, here are your contestants and their qualifying parameters:
NA Spring Ranking
- G2 Esports
- FaZe Clan
- Spacestation Gaming
- Team Envy
EU Spring Ranking
- Team BDS
- Moist Esports
- Team Liquid
- Karmine Corp
- Endpoint CeX
OCE Spring Ranking
SAM Spring Ranking
- FURIA Esports
- Team Secret
- Gaimin Gladiators
MENA Spring Ranking
- Team Falcons
Running from 29th June to 3rd July, a total of $300,000 will be on the line as teams compete in the Copper Box Arena offline.
Read on as we dive deeper into the competition below!
In terms of format, the competition will involve a double elimination bracket bracket.
Indeed, this means that all teams will start on the Winners’ Bracket and from here, teams will be able to win and stay in the Winners’ Bracket. However, should a team lose they’ll be sent to the Losers’ Bracket where they’ll fight for their lifeline in the competition.
Anyways, here are your first round Winners’ Bracket matches below:
- G2 Esports vs Gladiators
- FURIA Esports vs Karmine Corp
- Version1 vs Ednpoint CeX
- Moist Esports vs Team Envy
- Team BDS vs Team Secret
- Spacestation vs Pioneers
- FaZe Clan vs PWR
- Team Liquid vs Team Falcons
Apart from the $300,000 prize pool, teams are competing for a majority of RLCS Circuit Ranking Points.
They’ll do so by fighting through matches which will vary in length as listed below:
- Upper Bracket – Round 1 and Quarterfinals (BO5), Semifinals and Finals (BO7)
- Lower Bracket – Round 1-3 (BO5), Quarterfinals, Semifinals and Finals (BO7)
- Grand Finals are BO7 with a possible Bracket Reset
Let’s take a look at the schedule below!
Schedule for the RLCS Spring Split Major
Indeed, let’s look at the Upper Round 1 bracket schedule below:
June 29th 2022
- G2 Esports vs Gladiators (17:00 CEST)
- FURIA Esports vs Karmine Corp (18:00 CEST)
- Version1 vs Ednpoint CeX (19:00 CEST)
- Moist Esports vs Team Envy (17:00 CEST)
- Team BDS vs Team Secret (18:00 CEST)
- Spacestation vs Pioneers (20:0 CEST)
- FaZe Clan vs PWR (19:00 CEST)
- Team Liquid vs Team Falcons (20:00 CEST)
Take a look at the event schedule page here for the remaining schedule.
Watch the RLCS Spring Split Major on esportsguide
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In terms of predictions, let’s first take a look at the Winter Major results being the last time the international community faced off:
- 1 – G2 Esports
- 2 – Team Queso
- 3 – Spacestation Gaming
- 4 – FaZe Clan
Last time around, Team Queso made noise as a surprising European team. Otherwise, North Americans remain favourite for this event.