The Copenhagen Games organisers have revealed the regulations of the 2013 edition's CS:GO tournament.
The Danish event is less than four weeks away now and the excitement is already building up, as more and more big-name teams continue to sign up for the CS:GO tournament with hopes of getting a piece of the €33,000 prize purse.
A total of 32 teams will take part in this competition, 16 of whom will be invited by the organisation, while the rest will come from the qualifier.
Half of the 16 invited sides will receive a high seed and half will receive a low seed. Each of the eight groups will contain one high seed, one low seed and two qualified teams. All of the group matches will be played in a best-of-three format.
The top two sides from each group will progress to the Upper Bracket, played in a best-of-three mode, while the bottom two will move on to the best-of-one Lower Bracket.
The maps will always be decided through veto, with the map list the following:
To check out the complete regulations of the tournament, go here.
Meanwhile, the Cph Games organisers have confirmed that the deadline for applying for an invite to the main tournament has been extended until March 10th.