Skyesports Championship 4.0 CS:GO Tournament: Complete Details


Skyesports Championship 4.0 CS:GO Event: Teams, Results, Schedule, Format

Here is everything you need to know about the CS:GO tournament.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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The India and SEA qualifiers for the Skyesports Championship 4.0 CS:GO tournament are currently taking place.
One team each from SEA and India will move ahead to compete in the grand final which will be taking place on LAN in Mumbai.
The CS:GO tournament will be featuring a total prize pool of $10,000 USD.

CS:GO tournament for the AMD Skyesports Championship 4.0 has started with its qualifiers for both India and Southeast Asia (SEA). One team from each region getting a chance to qualify for the LAN final which is scheduled to take place in Mumbai.

This event is being hosted for a total prize pool of $10,000 USD (INR 8,23,919) with the grand final set to take place offline in front of a live audience sometime during mid-December.

While Indian teams and players will fight through the open qualifier, six teams from SEA have been handed direct invites to compete in a separate qualifier, the winner of each cementing a position to face each other in Mumbai.

Skyesports Championship 4.0 CS:GO Tournament - Complete Details

Qualifiers for the CS:GO tournament have been broadly divided into two different phases, the first phase comprising of two separate qualifiers one each for India and SEA, while the second phase will consist of a final decider only for India.

AMD Skyesports Championship 4.0 - CS:GO Format

Phase 1

SEA Qualifier

A total of six teams have been invited for this stage of the qualifier from the SEA region,

Group A

  1. Team Renewal

  2. Kintsugi

  3. Team NKT

Group B

  1. Team ARAVT

  2. Team NEXGA

  3. Clutch Gaming

These teams have been divided into two groups of three teams each, both following a round-robin format where every match is a best-of-three series. The top teams from each group will further take on each other in a best-of-five grand final with the winner directly qualifying for the LAN.


NKT from Thailand with the experienced quartet of Lee "XigN" Hyun-pyo, Yesuntumur "nin9" Gantulga, Erdenetsogt "erkaSt" Gantulga, and Hansel "BnTeT" Ferdinand, dominated their group to qualify for the final.

The Mongolian roster of Aravt joined them in the grand final, not having dropped a single map during the groups, winning four matches in a row against Team Nexga and Clutch Gaming, two maps each.

Team NKT wins the SEA qualifier by handing a '3-2' defeat to Team Aravt, becoming the first team to qualify for the LAN final which will be taking place later this month in Mumbai.

Phase 2

India Qualifier

The first stage of the India Qualifier concluded with four teams moving ahead to the final phase.

  1. FIREDUP Gaming

  2. Team ANO

  3. RDX

  4. KingPins

This stage will follow a round-robin format where each match will be a best-of-three series. It will culminate with the top two teams taking on each other in a best-of-five match, the winners moving ahead to the grand final which will take place on LAN.


KingPins with a flawless '6-0' run has managed to remain undefeated while qualifying for the LAN final which will be held in Mumbai on 24th December. They will be going against Team NKT from Thailand, winners of the SEA Qualifier.

It will be interesting to see which two teams will get an opportunity to compete in front of a live audience in India. The Dota 2 event has already started to attract some audience, hitting a peak of 1,400 concurrent viewers on Twitch, hopefully CS:GO will follow suit and witness an increased number of viewers!

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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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