GetInPro launches ranked amateur league in 12 countries with $30,000 prize pool – GP Summer Cup gnpadmin16.06.2020 Share Share GetInPro team launches an all-Summer CS:GO online league for amateur teams, with pro-am finals in September. There will be three stages with open qualifiers in Europe and CIS during June, July, and August, respectively. Registration for the first stage is open until June, 12th, with the first qualifiers starting on June, 13-14th. Total prize pool during the Summer Cup is set to $10,000. The best four teams will have a chance to compete with pro organizations for additional $20,000 prize during GP Prime event in September. League format Europe and CIS will have open qualifiers held on a monthly basis. Based on the results of the qualifiers, the best teams from these two regions will be split into 3 divisions: Bronze (32 teams), Silver (24 teams), Golden (8 teams). Each division will have it’s playoff series, with the best teams coming to the Grand Finals – 2 quotes for Bronze, 2 quotes for Silver, and 4 quotes for Gold. The Grand Finals will become a resulting event at each stage, and three winners will get their slots in GP Prime. One more team will be determined based on the sum of points earned throughout the Summer Cup. All teams participating in qualifications and playoff series will earn points based on their results, with the final global ranking within 12 countries to be announced by the end of the event. All stages will be held online on Esportal.com. GP Summer Cup Schedule: First stage, June: 13-14 June – open qualifiers Europe & CIS, 20-21 June – Bronze, Silver, Gold tournaments, 27 June – first stage Grand Finals Second stage, Jult: 4-5 July – open qualifiers CIS, 11-12 July – open qualifiers Europe, 18-19 July – Bronze, Silver, Gold tournaments, 25 July – second stage Grand Finals hird stage, August: 1-2 August – open qualifiers CIS, 8-9 August – open qualifiers Europe, 22-23 August – Bronze, Silver, Gold tournaments, 29 August – third stage Grand Finals GP Prime 12 September – pro-am GP Prime event with four finalists of the Summer Cup competing with four invitied pro teams.