Since we announced that insomnia63 would have a whopping £30,000 up for grabs last month, there has always been a question mark on how many teams would get paid prize money through the expanded prize pool. In normal iSeries events, the prize pool would be distributed to the Top 8, and everyone else would just suffer, however we can reveal new information to the public on how many teams will get paid this time round and with what money.
The Counter-Strike and esports scene seems to be getting flooded by more and more tournaments on a daily basis, and today is no different. In case you had missed the original announcement, ASUS Republic Of Gamers have announced they will be running their own tournament called ROG Masters. This tournament will find SIX teams to compete for a grand total of $250,000 total prize pool.