Esports Kingdom gives you all of the details about CS Asia Championships 2023, including the format, prize pool, schedule, participants, and how you can watch it.
The CS Asia Championships is set to kick off in Shanghai, China, featuring the competitive game Counter-Strike 2 (CS2). This LAN tournament will host 8 top-tier teams competing for a prize pool of $500,000 USD. Starting on November 8 and concluding on November 12, the event is poised to deliver intense matches and strategic gameplay.
The group stage is split in to two double-elimination groups. Each group has four teams in it. The opening matches will be played as a best-of-one (BO1), while all following matches will be best-of-three (BO3).
The top three teams from each group advance the playoffs. The winners of each group will go directly to the Semifinals. The runners-up will be the high seeds in the Quarterfinals against the 3rd place team from the other group.
The playoffs will be played in a single-elimination bracket, with each game being a BO3.
The $500,000 USD prize pool will be distributed a follows:
- 🥇1st: $250,000
- 🥈2nd: $100,000
- 🥉3rd/4th: $50,000
- 5th-6th: $16,500
- 7th-8th: $8,500
Hover or click on team logo for player information.
All times are converted in to your local time.
- : ENCE v TYLOO
- : Astralis v Lynn Vision
- : Group A Winners Match
- : Group A Losers Match
- : MOUZ v Wings Up
- : FaZe v NiP
- : Group B Winners Match
- : Group B Losers Match
- : Quarterfinal #1
- : Quarterfinal #2
- : Semifinal #1
- : Semifinal #2
- : Grand Final
Where to Watch
You can watch the CS Asia Championships 2023 in English live on the PGL Twitch channel (embedded below).
Other streaming options include: