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Regional Major Rankings: Rio Major 2020 - Oceania


[e][h]Regional Major Rankings: Rio Major 2020 - Oceania
League Information
Organizer:
Sponsor:
Valve
Type:
Online
Location:
Oceania Oceania
Start Date:
2020-05-06
Liquipedia Tier:

About[edit]

The Regional Major Rankings is the point-based qualification system that was implemented to determine the invites for Rio Major to replace the Minors and the old invite system. Teams earn points towards the RMR through various competitions that will be held in the months leading up to the Major. There will be two RMR Series for Oceania: one in the Spring and one in the Fall.

Prize Pool[edit]

The top team is granted a slot at the Rio Major as seen below:

Standings[edit]

   Ranking
   Team
Total Points
Deductions
Summer Series
Autumn Series
 
1. Renegades 1600   1600      
2. ORDER 1500   1500      
3. Ground Zero Gaming 1040   1300
-260
Point Deductions (Road to Rio)
Ground Zero Gaming replace Australia void with Australia Liki (20% total points deduction)


Total Deductions: 20% of current points (260pts)
x
   
4. Chiefs Esports Club 0   1400
-1400
Point Deductions (Road to Rio)
Chiefs Esports Club lose their core roster by replacing Australia Jinxx, Australia SkulL, and Australia Mayker (100% total points deduction)

Total Deductions: 100% of current points (1400pts)
x
   


Legend
Qualified as Contender
Did not qualify

Ground Zero Gaming replace Australia void with Australia Liki (20% total points deduction)
Total Deductions: 20% of current points (260pts)
Chiefs Esports Club lose their core roster by replacing Australia Jinxx, Australia SkulL, and Australia Mayker (100% total points deduction)

Total Deductions: 100% of current points (1400pts)

Participants[edit]

   Note: Team roster change notes have been moved to their respective team cards, press the Notes button to toggle them.

1 May 15th - Chiefs Esports Club part ways with Australia Jinxx, Australia SkulL, and Australia Mayker. [1]
2 May 22nd - Chiefs Esports Club acquire Australia zeph from Incept eSports as well as New Zealand soju_j and Australia Vexite from VERTEX to complete their roster. [2]
1 May 8th - Australia void leaves Ground Zero Gaming. [3]
2 May 14th - Ground Zero Gaming sign Australia Liki. [4]
3 May 26th - Ground Zero Gaming sign United States HudzM as coach. [5]

References[edit]