The ZOWIE eXTREMESLAND CS:GO Asia Open 2019 is back where the best in gaming fight to the last man for the coveted title. This year marks the fourth consecutive year that BenQ ZOWIE will be sponsoring the eXTREMESLAND CS:GO Asia Cup.
The Middle-East region is known to produce some of the most competitive teams in the APAC region, with last year’s regional champions, NASR Esports, coming in as runners-up behind Korea’s MVP PK. This year, two teams will stand a chance to represent the Middle-East in Shanghai.
As part of this endeavour, it is important that players and teams are given the maximum opportunities to play in a LAN environment leading up to the grand finals in Shanghai, from November 14th – November 17th. Seven national champions will join NASR Esports at the Middle-East regional finals, set to take place from September 27th – 28th at Exile Gaming in Dubai, UAE.
Teams can register here: https://forms.gle/GNj9k6zq7RzMuju59
For Pakistan and Jordan Only
National qualifiers for Pakistan and Jordan will feature a BO1, single-elimination bracket. Semi-finals & Finals will be played in a BO3 single-elimination format. The winning team will qualify directly for the Middle-East Regional LAN Qualifier.
National LAN Qualifiers
Each national LAN qualifier will feature a BO1, single-elimination bracket. Semi-finals & Finals will be played in a BO3 single-elimination format. The winning team will represent their nation at the Middle-East Regional qualifier in Dubai, UAE, from Sep 27-28.
Middle-East Regional LAN Qualifier
The finals for Middle-East will feature seven national champions, and one invited team, NASR Esports. A total of eight teams will compete in a GSL format as follows:
8 teams – 2 groups (4 each)
Each group plays 5 games (BO1)
Top 2 teams from each group proceed to the semi-finals
Semi-Finals – BO3 single elimination
Finals – BO3. Top two teams will represent the Middle-East at this year’s ZOWIE eXTREMESLAND CS:GO Asia Open 2019.