IEM Europe qualifiers reach end
The qualifying process for the Intel Extreme Masters European Championship has come to an end, and almost all 36 teams for the competition have been found.
There is still one place to be determined, related to the match between Rage-Gaming and Clan Less Plus, which has not yet been played and is still under protest on the ESL website.
Denmark is so far the most represented country in the competition, with five teams, but it could still be equalised by Sweden, should Rage-Gaming win their qualifying match. Germany and France are the other two countries with four teams each.
The draw, which will take place next week, will produce six groups of six teams. The winner from each group will automatically advance to the European Championship Finals, while the second and third-placed teams will enter the relegation stage for the remaining six spots.
IEM European Championship participants:
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