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All teams qualified for IEM Rio Major Legends Stage


The next stage of the IEM Rio CS:GO Major is inching closer and closer. The Legends Stage, the second of the event’s gauntlet Swiss format group stages, will pit 16 teams against each other with eight coveted playoff spots on the line.

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This stage is assured to feature the absolute best CS:GO teams in the world. Half of the field is comprised of teams that qualified directly for the Legends Stage via excellent performances in their respective RMR qualifiers. The second half is made up of the survivors of the Challengers Stage, eight teams that proved their worth in the first stage in front of a raucous Rio crowd.

Just catching up with the Major now and needing a refresher? Here are all the teams that have reached the Legends Stage of the IEM Rio Major.

All teams qualified for the IEM Rio Major Legends Stage

Here are the teams that directly qualified for the Legends Stage of IEM Rio via the RMR and what region they represent.

  • FaZe Clan (Europe)
  • NAVI (Europe)
  • Ninjas in Pyjamas (Europe)
  • ENCE (Europe)
  • Sprout (Europe)
  • Heroic (Europe)
  • Team Spirit (Europe)
  • Team Liquid (North America)

Here are the teams that qualified via the Challengers Stage, including their record and who they defeated.

  • MOUZ (3-0)
    • 16-6 vs. Outsiders
    • 16-10 vs. EG
    • 2-1 vs. Fnatic (16-8 on Vertigo, 9-16 on Inferno, 16-9 on Ancient)
  • Bad News Eagles (3-0)
    • 16-3 vs. 00 Nation
    • 16-14 vs. BIG
    • 2-0 vs. GamerLegion (16-9 on Ancient, 16-7 on Mirage)
  • BIG (3-1)
    • 19-16 vs. FURIA
    • 11-16 vs. BME
    • 16-6 vs. Grayhound
    • 2-0 vs. 9z (16-4 on Nuke, 19-15 on Dust2)
  • Outsiders (3-1)
    • 6-16 vs. MOUZ
    • 16-12 vs. IHC
    • 16-12 vs. Vitality
    • 2-0 vs. Fnatic (16-1 on Overpass, 16-14 on Mirage)
  • FURIA (3-1)
    • 16-19 vs. BIG
    • 16-6 vs. 00 Nation
    • 19-16 vs. OG
    • 2-0 vs. GamerLegion (16-9 on Vertigo, 16-11 on Inferno)
  • Team Vitality (3-2)
    • 16-9 vs. Imperial
    • 10-16 vs. GamerLegion
    • 12-16 vs. Outsiders
    • 2-0 vs. Grayhound (16-6 on Inferno, 16-12 on Mirage)
    • 2-1 vs. OG (19-17 on Vertigo, 6-16 on Inferno, 16-8 on Dust2)
  • Cloud (3-2)
    • 17-19 vs. Fnatic
    • 17-19 vs. Grayhound
    • 2-0 vs. Imperial (19-15 on Overpass, 22-19 on Vertigo)
    • 2-0 vs. EG (16-5 on Dust2, 16-11 on Overpass)
    • 2-0 vs. GamerLegion (16-13 on Overpass, 16-13 on Mirage)
  • Fnatic (3-2)
    • 19-17 vs. Cloud9
    • 13-16 vs. OG
    • 1-2 vs. MOUZ (8-16 on Vertigo, 16-9 on Inferno, 9-16 on Ancient)
    • 0-2 vs. Outsiders (1-16 on Overpass, 14-16 on Mirage)
    • 2-0 vs. 9z (16-11 on Mirage, 16-14 on Nuke)

The full 16 team field for Legends Stage has been set. Legends Stage officially begins on Saturday, Nov. 5.

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Scott Robertson
VALORANT lead staff writer, also covering CS:GO, FPS games, other titles, and the wider esports industry. Watching and writing esports since 2014. Previously wrote for Dexerto, Upcomer, Splyce, and somehow MySpace. Jack of all games, master of none.