PGL Copenhagen Major Elimination Stage Pick'Em Predictions by CS2 Pros and Talents


PGL Copenhagen Major Elimination Stage Pick'Em Predictions by CS2 Pros and Talents

Time to get a head start with some right picks.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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PGL Copenhagen Major 2024 Elimination Stage is scheduled to run from 21st to 24th March 2024.
Based on the below-mentioned picks, Spirit and FaZe are the most likely teams to go '3-0' in the Elimination Stage of PGL Copenhagen Major 2024.
Pick'Em predictions of 17 players, talents, and personalities have been collated below to help you make a better decision.

One of the most popular aspects of Copenhagen 2024 Viewer Pass is the Pick'Em Challenge which is available for all three stages of the Major.

The PGL Copenhagen Major 2024 Elimination Stage is just a few days away, scheduled to take place from 21st to 24th March 2024 and players have started locking in their predictions before the deadline.

Here are Pick'Em Predictions by professional CS:GO players, talents, and personalities for the Elimination Stage of PGL Copenhagen Major 2024 to help with last-minute suggestions and sort out any decision-making roadblocks.

Best PGL Copenhagen Major 2024 Elimination Stage Pick'Em Predictions

It is almost impossible to accurately predict all the picks, with only a handful of players getting everything correct in the Pick'Em Challenge. However, there are ways to get the best possible picks by taking suggestions and cues from various professional CS:GO players, talents, and personalities.

PGL Copenhagen Major 2024: Elimination Stage Pick'Em Predictions

Here are more than 15 different predictions to help users out with their own Pick'Em Predictions for the Elimination Stage of the CS2 Major.

Hope this is enough to help all the users make a better overall decision when selecting their respective picks for the second stage of the Pick'Em Challenge.

For those who are confused as to how the Pick'Em challenge works, here is a brief to get you up to speed:

  • The pre-requisite to playing the Pick'Em challenge is the purchase of Copenhagen 2024 Viewer Pass which is available in two variants.

  • For the first two stages of the tournament, Opening Stage and Elimination Stage, players need to make a total of 10 predictions which include two picks for teams that will go 3-0, two picks for teams that will go 0-3, and six picks for teams that will go either 3-1 or 3-2.

  • To complete the Pick'Em Challenge, in the first two stages, players need to get at least five predictions right, automatically contributing towards the upgradation of Copenhagen 2024 Coin.

  • For the final stage of the tournament, players need to fill out the complete bracket for Playoffs and try predicting the following,

    Two correct predictions for the quarterfinals.

    One correct prediction for the semifinals.

    Winner prediction for the grand final.

This year the format of Pick'Em has undergone some drastic changes.

  • First of all, this is the very first time in Major history that Pick'Em will not require players to purchase a Viewer Pass. All players with Prime enabled will be able to lock their Pick'Em predictions but will not receive any coin upgrades and associated rewards.

  • Secondly, the risk factor has increased because earlier players used to play it safe by putting teams that have a higher chance of qualifying under the '3-1/3-2' bracket rather than the riskier '3-0' bracket. This is because irrespective of the score with which a team qualified to the next stage, it was counted as a correct prediction.

    This rule has changed now and players will have to be more cautious in their overall approach. Say 'Team A' was put under the '3-0' bracket but it qualified with a '3-1' or '3-2' score, then the prediction will not be counted as a success.

This covers all information for the Pick'Em Challenge. Now you can go ahead and claim that diamond event coin confidently without any further doubts and get up to three free Souvenir Tokens along the way as well.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.

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