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CS:GO Asia Championships 2019 scheduled to take place from 21st - 24th November offering a prize pool of $500,000 which was raised from the initial prize pool of $300,000, has finally locked down all the direct invites with mousesports and G2 Esports securing the last two invites.
The tournament will be witnessing a total of eight teams compete against each other, including seven direct invites and one Chinese qualifier scheduled to take place from 1st - 3rd November.
The Chinese Qualifier which is scheduled to take place in the first week of November will be played between eight Chinese teams, including three direct invites, four teams making their way through the open qualifiers and one team qualifying through PWCCC 2019 Spring.
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The winner of this qualifier will be making their way through to the main event taking place in Shanghai, China.
With IEM Beijing 2019 taking place from 7th -10th November, followed by Zowie eXTERMESLAND 2019 scheduled to take place from 14th-17th November, the CS:GO scene in China is witnessing a burst of top-tier tournaments in such a short period of time. Let’s see which tournament has the most successful run amongst the three.