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Play G:loot Cup — an amateur tournament with a €30,000 prize pool

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We at Fragbite are proud to present the new amateur tournament G:loot Cup. Hosted by Fragbite, in cooperation with G:loot, the tournament is set to offer a €30,000 prize pool in a new and exciting tournament structure.
This special structure raises the importance of every single round, as every round won will be rewarded in money. The amount will start at €1 and rise progressively as teams make it further into the tournament. The maximum amount of reward per round is €50 which is paid out in the final game of the tournament.

The great thing about this is that even teams that are eliminated directly can still take a share of the prize pool. This makes it very easy for everyone to participate and be a winner.

How it works

All the teams that compete in the G:loot Cup, and win at least one round, gets a share of the total prize pool.

Throughout the eight qualifiers the participating teams will be rewarded €1 per round won until the RO2 where the payouts will be raised to €3. At the qualifier finals the payout will be raised to €5.

A whopping €25 per round won will be waiting for the teams that successfully qualifies to the main tournament. This is continued all the way throughout the semifinals as the payout will finally be raised to an impressive 50€ per round won. Beyond the prize money from round winnings, the tournament also features a €1,000 extra that will be given out to the winners of the tournament.

Players of all nationalities are welcome to participate in the tournament, as long as they fulfill the requirements that are specified in the official tournament rules.

Attention! In order to win money you will need to be over 18 years of age. Players under 18 are still welcome to participate, even though they can't recieve any prize money.

The tournament is played over four weeks, as every week features two qualifiers and a qualifier final where the winners go directly to the main tournament.
Each qualifier has a capacity of 128 teams where the top two teams make it through to the qualifier final that will be livestreamed every week.

The winners of the qualifier finals will then go on to play the main tournament on the 20th of august. The main tournament will consist of the semi finals and tournament final. The entire tournament is played online.


Sign up today

Applications are already open, this means that you can now sign up for the first qualifier that is played on the 24th of July. The easiest way to sign up is to click “SIGN UP HERE!” text in the list below.

Schedule for G:loot Cup

24 july – Qualifier #1 (RO128 - RO32) SIGN UP HERE!
25 July – Qualifier #2 (RO128 - RO32)
26 July – Continuing, Qualifier #1 and #2 (RO16 - RO4)
27 July – Qualifier Final #1 (Livestream)

31 July – Qualifier #3 (RO128 - RO32)
1 August – Qualifier #4 (RO128 - RO32)
2 August – Continuing, Qualifier #3 och #4 (RO16 - RO4)
3 August – Qualifier Final #2 (Livestream)

7 August – Qualifier #5 (RO128 - RO32)
8 August – Qualifier #6 (RO128 - RO32)
9 August – Fortsättning, Qualifier #5 och #6 ((RO16 - RO4)
10 August – Qualifier Final #3 (Livestream)

14 August – Kval #7 (RO128 - RO32)
15 August – Kval #8 (RO128 - RO32)
16 August – Fortsättning, Kval #1 och #2 (RO16 - RO4)
17 August – Qualifier Final #4 (Livestream)

20 August – Main tournament (Livestream)

More information about G:loot and their services can be found at gloot.com.

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