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BLAST R6 Major Copenhagen Phase 2: Who's playing who?

The BLAST R6 Major Copenhagen Phase 2 will begin tomorrow.

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Banner image: Ubisoft / Kiril B.

Following Wolves Esports and MNM Gaming victories, the BLAST R6 Major Copenhagen Phase 1 concluded. Now that the best 16 teams have been unveiled, it's time to focus on the next stage of the tournament: the BLAST R6 Major Copenhagen Phase 2.

Keep on reading to know more about the games.

Who is playing in the BLAST R6 Major Copenhagen Phase 2?

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The best eight teams from Europe, North America, Brazil, South Korea, and Japan will debut at the BLAST R6 Major Copenhagen Phase 2.

  • Europe League 2023 Stage 1 Champions: #flag@20:ru Virtus.pro
  • Europe League 2023 Stage 1 Finalists: #flag@20:eu G2 Esports
  • North America League 2023 Stage 1 Champions: #flag@20:br M80
  • North America League 2023 Stage 1 Finalists: #flag@20:us DarkZero Esports
  • Brazil League 2023 Stage 1 Champions: #flag@20:br FaZe Clan
  • Brazil League 2023 Stage 1 Finalists: #flag@20:br Team Liquid
  • South Korea League 2023 Stage 1 Champions: #flag@20:kr DPlus KIA
  • Japan League 2023 Stage 1 Champions: #flag@20:jp SCARZ

Meanwhile, these are the teams that have qualified for Phase 2 from Phase 1:

  • Group A first-seed: #flag@20:sa Team Falcons
  • Group A second-seed: #flag@20:uk MNM Gaming
  • Group B first-seed: #flag@20:us Spacestation Gaming
  • Group B second-seed: #flag@20:br Ninjas in Pyjamas
  • Group C first-seed: #flag@20:us Soniqs
  • Group C second-seed: #flag@20:gb REVEN ECLUB
  • Group D first-seed: #flag@20:br w7m esports
  • Group D second-seed: #flag@20:fr Wolves Esports

All of tomorrow's games will be BO1 series. The games are expected to begin tomorrow at 1 PM CEST (-2 UTC).

Format

The BLAST R6 Major Copenhagen follows a Swiss-system format.

After the first set of games, a team that has won the initial round will play against a team that has also won its game. Meanwhile, a team that has lost the first match will play against a team that has also lost its game. Plain and simple, teams will only face rosters with the same record of results.

After the first two matches, the two teams with a 2-0 record will face off. The winner will qualify for the BLAST R6 Major Copenhagen, while the loser will play against a team with a 2-1 record in the fourth round.

All of the matches will follow a BO1 format. However, teams will play a BO3 series in elimination games. This means that the first BO3 series will come out of the game between the first two teams to get to two losses.

Although it looks difficult to understand, it's very simple: the eight teams that get three wins will move to the BLAST R6 Major Copenhagen Phase 3.

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