The final round of the Boston Major SEA Open Qualifiers has come to an end. Fire Dragoon Esports landed the last Boston Major SEA Regional Qualifiers available spot, after sweeping through RAVE 2:0 in the finals. The Boston Major SEA Regional Qualifiers starts tomorrow, October 27th at 04:00 CEST. Fire Dragoon Esports vs Fnatic and WG.Unity vs Faceless will kick off the group stage.
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Fire Dragoon Esports secured the final spot in the regional qualifiers after taking down both Mineski-x and then Rave 2:0 in the Boston Major SEA Open Qualifiers. The squad didn’t drop a single match in the qualifiers, even after four days of intense and grueling games.
The Malaysian team had also advanced to the finals in the first round of Boston Major SEA Open Qualifiers, but fell short when WarriorsGaming.Unity swept them up 2:0.
Fire Dragoon Esports will go up against Team Faceless, Fnatic, Mineski, Rex Regum, Signature.Trust, The Mongolz, TnC Gaming and WG.Unity, in the Boston Major SEA Regional Qualifiers, scheduled to take place between October 27-30th.
The Boston Major will be held between December 7-11, at the Wang Theater, in Boston, USA, with a set prize-pool of $3,000,000. Sixteen teams will compete in the main event hosted by PGL and Valve.
Boston Major Regional Qualifiers
The Boston Major SEA Regional Qualifiers are being held online starting on Thursday October 27th at 04:00 CEST.
There will be two phases to the Boston Major Qualifiers format – group and playoffs.
- One group
- Best-of-one matches
- 1 point for wins
- 0 points for loss
- Teams placed 1-4 move to playoffs
Tiebreakers: If there is tie between 4th and 5th position a tiebreaker match will be played. For ties between all other positions winner is determined based on head-to-head results.
- 1st place team chooses 3rd or 4th place team as opponent
- 2nd place team competes against remaining team
- GSL bracket format
- Best of three series
- Two teams advance to Boston Major