In a press release, the Champion of Champions Tour can announce that they have partnered with several national leagues.
This means that the winners of the Telialiga’s Counter-Strike tournaments will gain access to CCT’s national leagues. Here they will meet other national champions from their respective league systems.
This gives the Telialiga winner the opportunity to play for points that can secure them further invitations in other tournaments organized by CCT. The new ecosystem of tournaments has a total prize pool of close to NOK 35,000,000.
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Important with international opportunities
Chief of the Telialiga, Tor-Steinar Tangedal is happy that the Telialiga can offer the best teams another carrot.
– It is always important for us to ensure that the Norwegian teams get good and clear routes to internationally respected tournaments by doing well in the Telialigaen. Just as it works in other team sports. We are very happy that we can now boast another such carrot.
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Eleven cooperative leagues
So far, eleven cooperation agreements with national leagues have been confirmed, and it is expected that more will come in the future.
So far, the cooperation applies to these national leagues:
- The Telia League
- A1 Gaming League Bulgaria
- Esc Online Master League Portugal
- Tiltproof Balkan League
- Polish Liga Esportowa
- Finnish Esports League
- Fragster CS:GO Liga
- Icelandic Esports League
- Hungarian E-sports Federation
The partnership with CCT is for 2023 competitions and the path ultimately ending with the CCT National League Finals at the end of 2023. Reigning Series Champion Apeks Rebels played in the CCT North Europe Series #2 qualifier that just got off the ground. Here they participated together with Skade X and 777.
Here it was 777 who convinced most of the Norwegian teams, and can cheer for a place in CCT North Europe Series #2 where they have the opportunity to fight for a total prize pool of almost NOK 510,000. Their next match is played on Friday at 16:00, where they face Polish 9INE who are ranked 39th.
The winner of the Telialiga already has the opportunity to participate in the Nordic Master, where you meet seven other Nordic teams. The winner of the Nordic Master secures a place in the BLAST Premier Showdown.
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