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Das PGL Major: Kraków war das elfte Major-Turnier in der E-Sport-Disziplin Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Das Turnier fand vom bis zum Juli im polnischen Krakau statt. Die K.o.-Phase wurde in der Tauron Arena Kraków. Das PGL Major: Kraków (kurz: PGL Kraków ) war das elfte Major-Turnier in der E-Sport-Disziplin Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Das Turnier fand. Krakau - Gambit Esports ist der neue Major-Champion in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Das osteuropäische Team setzte sich im Finale. Im letzten Viertelfinale des Abends traf das deutsche Team BIG auf Immortals. In einem harten Spiel wurde die Entscheidung in der letzten. CS:GO ›. PGL Major Krakau ››. Mitte Juli startet das PGL Major Kraków in CS:GO. Es nun bereits das dritte Major das stattfindet und ist mit einem Preisgeld.
Krakau - Gambit Esports ist der neue Major-Champion in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Das osteuropäische Team setzte sich im Finale. Das PGL Major: Kraków war das elfte Major-Turnier in der E-Sport-Disziplin Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Das Turnier fand vom bis zum Juli im polnischen Krakau statt. Die K.o.-Phase wurde in der Tauron Arena Kraków. Im letzten Viertelfinale des Abends traf das deutsche Team BIG auf Immortals. In einem harten Spiel wurde die Entscheidung in der letzten. LIVE: PGL KRAKAU MAJOR! LIVE GAMING: Tetris!! #bartris ist zurück in #Hamburg und wird mit einem Live-Gaming Event gefeiert! Denn die. Wie groß das Ausmaß ist, deutet das aktuelle Turnier PGL Major Krakow in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive an. Für dieses hat Valve wie immer. Nur zwei Teams konnten die Gruppenphase des CS:GO PGL Majors ohne ein verlorenes Match überstehen. Das deutsche Team BIG ist. EGamersWorld☕ - ✋Alles über das Turnier PGL Major Krakow — Offline Qualifier ➦ CS:GO Disziplin ➦ ⚡Preisfonds: 8 spots to PGL Major Krakow
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H4 Discontinued Souvenirs. Other Guides. Since then, souvenirs have continued to bring viewership to the Katowice, Cologne, and Dreamhack tournaments by giving viewers the chance to receive a digital item for simply watching the tournaments.
In order for a player to receive them, they must have their Twitch account linked to their Steam account, or by simply watching through GOTV.
Many souvenirs can also be found on the Steam market. What this guide is: This guide gives a brief overview of the types of collectible souvenirs that are uncommon, rare, or just plain interesting.
It is also meant to give some insight into the souvenir designs for each tournament. The guide will try to give the reasons behind the popularity of certain items, while providing a little bit of history behind what makes certain souvenirs collectible.
What this guide isn't: This is not a price guide, nor is it meant as any type of way to predict trends in items. Keep in mind that due to the number of tournaments and changes made throughout, this guide is not a short read.
This guide was created by several contributors, if you have any questions, feel free to add them, they will help you :.
This guide is also available in Portuguese and Russian. If you prefer to read it in these languages, then just click the links below.
Please note that I can't guarantee that these guides will be as up-to-date as the English version. The Stickers Being the very first tournament to offer souvenir skins, this was the only tournament where all of the souvenirs only came with one sticker.
A total of 6 normal and 6 foil stickers were available with foil obviously being more desirable : Many skins of this era are considered very desirable if they are both factory new and include a foil sticker.
After these 2 tournaments, the Safehouse, Lake, and Italy souvenirs were discontinued, and souvenirs would go one to only include skins from the active duty map pool.
This can make certain weapons from these discontinued maps very collectible. These skins are listed in the section of the guide that is titled "Discontinued Souvenirs".
A souvenir from the Safehouse collection. Tournament Stages Some people prefer to collect skins from a specific stages of a tournament which their favorite teams played in, such as the Group Stage, The Quarterfinal, the Semifinal, or the Grand Final.
Here is an example of a souvenir drop from the grand final between NIP and Fnatic: Valve Pre-Event Tests In order to make sure everything would run smoothly, Valve did a mock run of how the tournament would go through the use of pre-event tests.
This was done by the Valve developers and ESL staff playing against each other, as well as another pre-event test done by pro players.
The original test match was canceled due to technical difficulties, which meant that there were very few viewers for this test.
There were most likely around 60 drops for this first pre-event test. Since NiP was involved in the second test, this pre-event test had more viewers than the first and likely had around drops.
NiP team B would win Although this was only an exhibition match, there were just as many viewers as a group stage match, meaning that these drops were fairly plentiful.
The team names are referring to the first names of the analysts of the event Duncan "Thorin" Shields and Tomi "Lurppis" Kovanen. The teams were divided into the analyst's picks, and Team Tomi would go on to win both maps and end the showmatch with a score of Teamless souvenirs can be identified by the lack of yellow description text that deals with team matchups.
Recently these teamless souvenirs have begun to flood the market, suggesting that these skins are more common than what was previously thought.
A comparison of a teamless souvenir and a normal souvenir skin: Blank Souvenirs: Similar to teamless souvenirs, these skins do not mention any pro teams and there is currently no way to search for blank souvenirs.
It is unknown how many of these exist, making it quite rare. Besides the name of the skin, these souvenirs completely lack any yellow description text.
This suggests that this was perhaps a kind of prototype to the very first souvenirs or even some kind of error. Currently the only example of a blank souvenir: A Bank Collection Souvenir?
What makes this skin so interesting is that the R8 Bone Mask is from the Bank Collection, which was never played or available for DreamHack souvenir packages.
One theory as to why these skins exist is that the R8 Bone Mask is the only skin from the Bank collection that is available as a souvenir due to the December 8, update which added the R8 Revolver Amber Fade to the Dust II collection.
Possibly due to some kind of coding error, the R8 skins that only pertain to map collections may be available in the souvenir packages. By the same token, this may also apply to the Katowice souvenirs, but so far this has not been seen.
This one also happens to be a teamless souvenir:. This tournament introduced the use of 3 souvenir stickers per skin, and also introduced team stickers.
The Group Stage Skins that are desirable in this collection are dependent on what teams a person likes, as these are the oldest team stickers a person can find.
There were likely around drops for this pre-event test. This tournament also removed the Safehouse, Lake, and Italy collections. The Group Stage Later on, the Nuke collection was removed from the active duty map pool and replaced with train only to be added back in to replace Inferno.
This is one of the factors which led to a gradual rise in the price of souvenir Nuke skins, especially those in factory new condition.
Unfortunately, this awp would later have the team stickers scraped off by one of the owners. The following major, Epsilon E-Sports would be one of the teams cut as one of their players Sf would be handed a VAC ban and Epsilon would not be allowed to attend the tournament.
Arguably the most interesting tournament to date, this major was the first to deal with the possibility that cheating could occur at the highest levels of Counter-Strike play.
Dreamhack changed souvenirs to have stickers that had a square shape and took the non-team sticker and made it into the DreamHack Winter logo.
Two of the teams Titan and Epsilon Esports were disqualified from the tournament. Although these two teams did not have stickers for Dreamhack , the four teams that fought for these two open spots in the tournament had souvenirs of their team stickers.
Not only are these skins interesting because of the story behind them, but some of these skins were dropped in the qualifier, and not the tournament.
Last Call LAN Qualifier As mentioned above, since there were four teams and only two open slots, two of the teams would not get to participate in the actual tournament, making their souvenirs more unique.
London Conspiracy faced FlipSid3 Tactics and lost and 3DMAX faced Copenhagen Wolves and lost , yet they both have gold stickers on their drops because this qualifier was broadcast along with the tournament.
The two losing teams: The two winning teams: One last rare souvenir set that came from this is that the winners both wanted to be placed in Group B for the tournament, so a match in the "best of 1" format was used to decide who would get to go into Group B.
Halfway through the game, Fnatic would end up boosting Olofmeister into a position where he could see over most of the map.
This would end up winning Fnatic the match with a final score of Team LDLC disagreed with this boost and filed a complaint that accused Fnatic of pixel walking, which was considered an illegal move under DreamHack rules.
DreamHack would finally decide that the second half of Overpass which Fnatic had won would be replayed. DreamHack stated that this was because the boosted player was able to see through transparent textures of the map.
Fnatic disagreed with this action, and filed a complaint against a boost that LDLC had performed, which had also allowed LDLC to see through transparent textures on Overpass.
After considering these arguments, DreamHack announced that they had found that both of these positions allowed for an "immortal bug".
In the end, Fnatic would decide to forfeit, which would knock them out of the tournament. This controversial round makes the dropped souvenirs from this match an interesting collectible.
For others it's still shown as a typo. Below is an example of a missing sticker title. Notice that there is a space between the two commas where the Team Dignitas sticker should be mentioned: A Tec-9 with the missing sticker title: Teams Who Only Made One Appearance at a Major Although these teams aren't currently considered highly collectible, they're interesting in the fact that they only made one appearance at a major.
The very first major for the start of , Katowice was the last tournament to offer souvenir drops from the Nuke collection until Nuke was remade in for MLG Columbus.
After this tournament, Nuke would be removed from the active duty map pool and be replaced with Train. Although the team would make it out of groups, they would end up being defeated by Virtus.
Pro in the Quarterfinals. The majority of the roster would go on to play as Luminosity Gaming. ESL One: Cologne introduced the first souvenirs with 4 different stickers.
The 4 stickers included a circular event logo, 2 triangular shaped team logos, and a rectangular MVP signature sticker.
This new twist on souvenirs through adding MVPs to each drop meant that the average player could now collect souvenirs of their favorite pro players.
On top of this, the MVP sticker was a digital version of the pro player's signature which added some personality to the stickers. Maps Included: For this major, Valve removed Nuke from the active duty map pool and changed it into a reserve map.
As a replacement, Train was taken out of the reserve map pool and added as the newest active duty map. Although not currently rare, these souvenirs can still add a bit of uniqueness to some of the souvenirs.
The four teams that this pertains to are Team King. Team King. Renegades would be able to defeat Titan but took losses to TSM and Ninjas in Pyjamas, leading them to be knocked out of the group stage with a score of This was the second tournament that had 4 stickers on souvenir guns.
Although Cologne had square MVP stickers, triangular team stickers, and a circular event logo, Cluj-Napoca would change this design by adding an arrow-like design to the MVP stickers, and change both the team stickers and the event logo to a star-shaped design.
This was on accident, and was caused when drops were unintentionally given out during the warm up round. Since there was no MVP sticker, these guns only came with a total of 3 stickers.
On first glance it looks like the MVP sticker has been scraped off, but upon further inspection it can be seen that there is no MVP listed in the yellow description text.
Unfortunately, the team did not have a good showing, and would be knocked out of the tournament with a score of MLG Columbus followed suit by putting a new design on the gold stickers by adding a kind of diamond pattern to the sticker background.
However, the only time Nuke was played in the major was during the All Star game, which is covered later in this section.
The non-autographed versions DO NOT show up using the players list search feature, making searching for them a bit more difficult.
Most likely all the non-autographed versions will be updated to autographed in time. The match would be in a "best of 1" format and was not originally planned to be played on Nuke.
After both teams had vetoed a certain number of maps, the map to be played was chosen at random from the remaining maps, and just so happened to be Nuke.
This game was unique in that the guns came with new All-Star holo stickers as a replacement for the actual team stickers. Although Astralis, Faze Clan, and Gambit returned for another major, Splyce did not make another appearance.Australien Team Immunity 5. Im siebten Spiel zwischen den Spielern der ukrainischen Organisation Natus Vincere und dem französischen Quintett von G2 Esports wurden auf Overpass erstmals die vollen 30 Runden für eine Entscheidung benötigt. Immortals Brasilien. Norwegen Team Dignitas 5. Die Deutschen gaben Sala Emiliano weiteren Verlauf zwei weitere Beste Spielothek in Meckelfeld finden ab, gelangten jedoch vor der letzten Runde in Führung. Die Brasilianer schwächelten in der Spielmitte und lagen nach dem Seitenwechsel mit zurück. Die Nordamerikaner gewannen mit SK Gaming. Natus Vincere fand nicht mehr in das Spiel und verlor