PGS announces €5,000 CS:GO tourney
The ProGamerSeries (PGS) organisers have announced that they will also be running a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament with €5,000 up for grabs.
The Portuguese event has caught the eye of the 1.6 community as it may be one of the last opportunities to see the top teams lock horns in this game before they switch to CS:GO.
Natus Vincere, fnatic and Anexis are some of the teams who will be in attendance in the 1.6 tournament, which will hand out a whopping €15,000.
Following the announcement that the prize purse for the Starcraft II competition had been decreased due to the fact that it fell on the same days as other events, the PGS organisation has now put together €5,000 for a CS:GO tournament.
The competition, called PGS MSI CS:GO, will be limited to eight teams, with the prize distribution as follows:
Teams who wish to attend this event can contact the organisers here. Stay tuned to HLTV.org for all the information about PGS, which will take place from October 11-14 at Exponor, in the city of Oporto.