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Regional Major Rankings 2021: North America

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[e][h]Regional Major Rankings 2021: North America
League Information
Organizer:
Type:
Online/Offline
Location:
North America North America
Start Date:
2021-01-01
End Date:
2021-10-22
Liquipedia Tier:
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About[edit]

Prize Pool[edit]

The top five teams are granted slots at the PGL Major Stockholm as seen below:

Standings[edit]

   Ranking
   Team
Total Points
Deductions
RMR Series 1
RMR Series 2
RMR Series 3
1. Evil Geniuses 480 600
-120
Point Deductions (RMR Series 2020)
Evil Geniuses remove United States Ethan (20% total points deduction)

Total Deductions: 20% of current points (120pts)
x
     
1. EXTREMUM 480 600
-120
Point Deductions (RMR Series 2020)
EXTREMUM replace Australia jks with Indonesia BnTeT (20% total points deduction)

Total Deductions: 20% of current points (120pts)
x
     
1. FURIA Esports 480 600
-120
Point Deductions (RMR Series 2020)
FURIA Esports replace Brazil HEN1 with United States Junior (20% total points deduction)

Total Deductions: 20% of current points (120pts)
x
     
4. Team Liquid 240 300
-60
Point Deductions (RMR Series 2020)
Team Liquid replace Canada Twistzz with Brazil FalleN (20% total points deduction)

Total Deductions: 20% of current points (60pts)
x
     
5. Gen.G Esports 80 100
-20
Point Deductions (RMR Series 2020)
Gen.G Esports remove Indonesia BnTeT (20% total points deduction)

Total Deductions: 20% of current points (20pts)
x
     

Legend
Qualified as Legend
Qualified as Challenger
Qualified as Contender
Did not qualify

EXTREMUM replace Australia jks with Indonesia BnTeT (20% total points deduction)

Total Deductions: 20% of current points (120pts)
FURIA Esports replace Brazil HEN1 with United States Junior (20% total points deduction)

Total Deductions: 20% of current points (120pts)
Team Liquid replace Canada Twistzz with Brazil FalleN (20% total points deduction)

Total Deductions: 20% of current points (60pts)
Gen.G Esports remove Indonesia BnTeT (20% total points deduction)

Total Deductions: 20% of current points (20pts)
Evil Geniuses remove United States Ethan (20% total points deduction)

Total Deductions: 20% of current points (120pts)

Participants[edit]

1 February 28th, 2021 - United States Ethan is acquired by 100 Thieves' VALORANT division and retires from competitive Counter-Strike: Global Offensive as a result. [1][2]
1 October 18th, 2020 - 100 Thieves announce their departure from Counter-Strike and put their roster on the transfer list. [3][4]
2 January 24th, 2021 - EXTREMUM announce their new roster, acquiring Australia AZR, Australia Liazz, and New Zealand Gratisfaction from 100 Thieves, Indonesia BnTeT from Gen.G Esports and Norway jkaem from Apeks. Additionally, they sign Serbia kassad as head coach. [5]
1 January 8th, 2021 - FURIA Esports bench Brazil HEN1 by mutual agreement. [6]
2 January 13th, 2021 - FURIA Esports acquire United States Junior from Triumph. [7]
3 Jaunary 27th, 2021 - Brazil guerri is Valve banned for the next five Major cycles as a result of his use of the spectator bug. [8]
1 December 22nd, 2020 - Team Liquid bench Canada Twistzz by mutual agreement. [9]
2 January 9th, 2021 - Team Liquid acquire Brazil FalleN from MIBR. [10]
1 September 11th, 2020 - Canada daps steps down from the active lineup. [11]
2 October 7th, 2020 - United States s0m retires from Counter-Strike to play VALORANT after being acquired by NRG Esports. [12]
3 January 21st, 2021 - Gen.G Esports transfer United States koosta to their VALORANT roster; he retires from competitive Counter-Strike as a result. [13]
4 January 24th, 2021 - Indonesia BnTeT is acquired by EXTREMUM and Australia Elmapuddy is acquired by Cloud9. [14][15]
5 February 4th, 2021 - United States autimatic retires from competitive Counter-Strike: Global Offensive after being acquired by T1 for their VALORANT squad. [16]

References[edit]

  1. Evil Geniuses (2021-02-28). "Thank you @ethanarnold".
  2. 100 Thieves (2021-02-28). "Welcome @ethanarnold to 100 Thieves VALORANT!".
  3. 100 Thieves (2020-10-12). "It is with a heavy heart we announce that 100 Thieves will be exiting CS:GO".
  4. 100 Thieves (2020-10-18). "You fought hard".
  5. EXTREMUM (2021-01-24). "We are ready to show you another way – #OURWAY".
  6. FURIA Esports (2021-01-08). "Following a request made by HEN1, the player will now be free to seek for new options alongside his brother and will remain on the bench while this process lasts".
  7. FURIA Esports (2021-01-13). "O junin ta on! BEM-VINDO À FURIA, @1juniorcs!" [Junior is on! Welcome to FURIA, @1juniorcs!] (in Brazil Portuguese).
  8. "2021 RMR Update". Valve. 2021-01-27.
  9. Team Liquid (2020-12-22). "From a starry-eyed kid to a Grand Slam Title, @Twistzz has had quite the run and we're excited to see what he does next".
  10. Team Liquid (2021-01-09). "A man who needs no intro. Welcome to Liquid, @FalleNCS!.".
  11. Gen.G Esports (2020-09-11). "As of today, @daps has stepped down from Gen.G's CSGO roster".
  12. NRG Esports (2020-10-07). "Oh...looks like NRG Valorant found their duelist".
  13. Gen.G Esports (2021-01-21). "You know and love him from our CS:GO team, but now it’s time to #ChangeTheGame".
  14. EXTREMUM (2021-01-24). "We are ready to show you another way – #OURWAY".
  15. Cloud9 (2021-01-24). "Bet you've never seen this coming".
  16. T1 (2021-02-04). "Let's get to work. Welcome @autimaticTV to T1 VALORANT!".