PGL Major Antwerp


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What is PGL Major Antwerp?

The $1,000,000 purse of the PGL Antwerp Major will bring Majors back to their customary size and form. The same prize pool has been present since 2016’s MLG Columbus Major which raised it from 250k before that date’s previous highs during 2013-2015 where each major had its own pot alongside this newest 1 million dollar increase introduced last year alone when we saw two tournaments canceled.

The PGL Antwerp Major will be one of the most top-heavy events this year, with $500K up for grabs but reaching it is still lucrative business. For organizations that means money collected from purchases made by players while they’re participating in game like team stickers which Valve owns and distributes after major competitions are over; one big change made at last month’s Stockholm edition meant signature cards were reduced only applied if someone reached playoffs–a first ever!

The CS:GO Major is the biggest event on this calendar, and has been hosted since 2013 by various tournament organizers. Backed up with game developer Valve; it’s no wonder why these competitions are so intense!

What’s on

The biggest tournament in Counter-Strike

The Counter-Strike elite will assemble in Antwerp, Belgium, for the 17th CS:GO Major Championship this May. The 24 teams that earned their spots at the most prestigious event through Regional Major Ranking tournaments will face off with over two weeks with the goal of raising the trophy and etching their name in history.

The tournament will feature three stages, with the eight Contenders and eight Challengers starting in the Challengers’ Stage, and eight more waiting in the Legends stage. The first two stages will be played using the Swiss format, leading up to the Champions stage — a single-elimination playoff bracket.


This year, PGL will be hosting the next Major Championship from 9 May with the final hosted live from Sportpaleis, Antwerp on 19 – 22 May. NAVI will be looking to retain their title and will once again battle against twenty-three of the world’s best teams for a $1,000,000 prize pool so come join the action live with us in Antwerp!

Regular ticket

Access to the venue (general admission)

Access to the merchandise and partner area

Normal ticket Thursday and Friday— 35 euros

Normal ticket Saturday — 50 euros

Normal ticket Sunday — 55 euros

Premium Floor Seats

Access to the floor seats close to the stage

Access to the merchandise and partner area

Premium floor seats Thursday and Friday — 75 euros

Premium floor seats Saturday — 85 euros

Premium floor seats Sunday — 90 euros

VIP and Hospitality Tickets

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19.05.2022 16:00 – Sportpaleis Antwerpen 

20.05.2022 16:00 – Sportpaleis Antwerpen

21.05.2022 16:00 – Sportpaleis Antwerpen

22.05.2022 18:00 – Sportpaleis Antwerpen 


Q was PGL Antwerp the biggest indoor esports event ever?

Over 20000 enthusiastic CS:GO fans attended the final day of the PGL Antwerp Major, making it the largest indoor esport event ever

Q Who won PGL Antwerp

FaZe Clan beat Na’Vi, in the Finals to become champions winning $500,000