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Valve To Use RMR Point System For ESL One Rio Circuit

Posted 20th April 2020 By: Derpina    566 Views

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Esports News – Most esports major tournaments have been cancelled this year, forcing Valve to adjust tournament formats and other regulations. This week, the organizer announced the new Regional Major Rankings (RMR) points system to finalize the 24 CS:GO teams attending the ESL One Rio Major later this year.

Valve decided to remove the invite system to adjust to the current situation. The COVID-19 pandemic heavily impacted the esports community. Alternatively, Valve will now be using a new point system in a series of RMR competitions to ensure that CS:GO tournaments and action continue to come your way.

Teams can qualify for the ESL One Rio Major by earning points in two RMR competitions. To give them a head start, Valve already included the results of their performances at the recent StarLadder Major. The top 16 finishers received 300 to 800 points. Powerhouse team Astralis won the highest points for winning the title, while teams with Legends status earned 600 points. Bottom-ranking teams who placed ninth through 16th earned 300 points.

Here are the point distribution tables for the ESL One Rio circuit:

StarLadder Major

1. 800
2. 600
3. 600
4. 600
5. 600
6. 600
7. 600
8. 600
9. 300
10. 300
11. 300
12. 300
13. 300
14. 300
15. 300
16. 300

ESL One: Road to Rio

1. 1600
2. 1500
3. 1400
4. 1300
5. 1200
6. 1100
7. 1000
8. 900
9. 800
10. 700
11. 600
12. 500
13. 400
14. 300
15. 200
16. 100

RMR 2 (Summer)

1. 2000
2. 1875
3. 1750
4. 1625
5. 1500
6. 1375
7. 1250
8. 1125
9. 1000
10. 875
11. 750
12. 625
13. 500
14. 375
15. 250
16. 125

RMR 3 (Fall)

1. 2500
2. 2344
3. 2188
4. 2031
5. 1875
6. 1719
7. 1563
8. 1406
9. 1250
10. 1094
11. 938
12. 781
13. 625
14. 469
15. 313
16. 156

After ESL One: Road to Rio, the next RMR tournaments will have a 25 percent increase in the number of points awarded. Valve aims to reward teams hitting their peak forms as the Major gets closer. Teams are allowed to change their rosters in all tournaments, but Valve will reduce the team’s total points by 20 percent per player changed.



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