$30k GP Summer Cup

We welcome a new tournament organizer here on Esportal called GetInPro based in Ukraine. They will during the summer host ranked amateur league in 12 countries with $30,000 prize pool – GP Summer Cup!
https://esportal.com/news/660

GetInPro team launches Summer CS:GO online league for amateur teams, with pro vs amateur finals in September. There will be three stages with open qualifiers in Europe and CIS during June, July, and August, respectively. Registration for the first stage is open until June, 12th, with the first qualifiers starting on June, 13-14th. Total prize pool during the Summer Cup is set to $10,000. The best four teams will have a chance to compete with pro organizations for additional $20,000 prize during GP Prime event in September.

League format

Europe and CIS will have open qualifiers held on a monthly basis. Based on the results of the qualifiers, the best teams from these two regions will be split into 3 divisions: Bronze (32 teams), Silver (24 teams), Golden (8 teams). Each division will have it’s playoff series, with the best teams coming to the Grand Finals – 2 quotes for Bronze, 2 quotes for Silver, and 4 quotes for Gold.

The Grand Finals will become a resulting event at each stage, and three winners will get their slots in GP Prime. One more team will be determined based on the sum of points earned throughout the Summer Cup. All teams participating in qualifications and playoff series will earn points based on their results, with the final global ranking within 12 countries to be announced by the end of the event.

All stages will be held online on Esportal.com.

Schedule for first qualifiers for 1st season:
13th June at 13:00 CET — Europe Open Qualifier #1
14th June at 13:00 CET —  Europe Open Qualifier #2
13th June at 13:00 MSC — CIS Open Qualifier #1
14th June at 13:00 MSC —  CIS Open Qualifier #2

Each season consists of 3 divisions:
Bronze
Silver
Gold

Your placement is based on the qualifications, a general list of teams will be compiled, which will be divided into divisions based on points. Each qualification will be held in a single-elimination system with best-of-1 matches.

Teams that place 1st to 4th in Europe rating that based on both qualifications will receive slots in the Gold division. Same for CIS.

Teams that place 5th to 16th in Europe rating that based on both qualifications will receive slots in the Silver division. Same for CIS.

Teams that place from 17th to 32th in Europe rating that based on both qualifications will receive slots will receive slots in the Bronze division. Same for CIS.

Distribution of points in each qualification:
1st place – 500 points
2nd place – 400 points
3-4 place – 200 points
5-8 places – 100 points each
9-16 places – 75 points each
17-32 places – 50 points each
33-64 places – 40 points each
65-128 places – 30 points each

Schedule and distribution of the teams of the first season:

20.06 – GP Summer Cup Season 1. Bronze Division:

– 32 teams will play a single-elimination tournament with best-of-1 matches and the finals in the best-of-3 format.

– finalists (top 2 teams) go to the final tournament of the first season.

Prize pool distribution in the bronze division ($300):

  1. $150
  2. $100
  3. $50

21.06 – GP Summer Cup Season 1. Silver Division:

– 24 teams will play a single-elimination tournament with best-of-1 matches and the finals in the best-of-3 format.

– finalists (top 2 teams) go to the final tournament of the first season.

Prize pool distribution in the silver division ($400):

  1. $200
  2. $120
  3. $80

21.06 – GP Summer Cup Season 1. Gold Division:

– 8 teams will play a single-elimination tournament with best-of-1 matches and the finals in the best-of-3 format.

– semi-finalists (top 4 teams) go to the final tournament of the first season.

Prize pool distribution in the gold division ($800):

  1. $500
  2. $200
  3. $100

27.06 – GP Summer Cup Season 1. Grand Final:

– 8 teams: 4 best of the Gold division, 2 best of the Bronze division and 2 best of the Silver division.

– Single-elimination tournament with matches in the best-of-3 format.

Prize pool distribution in the final tournament ($1,500):

  1. $650 + slot in GP Prime
  2. $350
  3. $200
  4. $100
  5. $50
  6. $50
  7. $50
  8. $50

GP Summer Cup Schedule:

First stage, June:
13-14 June – open qualifiers Europe & CIS:
13th June at 13:00 CET — Europe Open Qualifier #1
14th June at 13:00 CET —  Europe Open Qualifier #2
13th June at 13:00 MSC — CIS Open Qualifier #1
14th June at 13:00 MSC —  CIS Open Qualifier #2
20-21 June – Bronze, Silver, Gold tournaments
27 June – first stage Grand Finals

Second stage, July:
4-5 July – open qualifiers CIS
11-12 July – open qualifiers Europe
18-19 July – Bronze, Silver, Gold tournaments
25 July – second stage Grand Finals

Third stage, August:
1-2 August – open qualifiers CIS
8-9 August  – open qualifiers Europe
22-23 August – Bronze, Silver, Gold tournaments
29 August – third stage Grand Finals

GP Prime 
12 September – pro-am GP Prime event with four finalists of the Summer Cup competing with four invited pro teams.