Cs_summit 6 to host second CS:GO Regional Major Ranking tournament

It'll be Beyond the Summit's biggest CS:GO tournament.

Beyond the Summit, a traditional organizer for Dota 2 tournaments, will host the second Regional Major Ranking CS:GO tournament in Europe and North America with cs_summit six, the company announced today.

The second RMR event will offer the second-most points, 25 percent more than ESL One: Road to Rio, which was the first RMR tournament. Cs_summit six will also feature a combined $200,000 prize pool for the two regions.

Cs_summit six will be played online due to the coronavirus pandemic from June 22 to July 5. It’ll start immediately after the BLAST Premier Spring Europe Finals and just before the players’ break, which will take place between July 6 and Aug. 6.

This will be the first CS:GO tournament that Beyond the Summit will host since cs_summit five in December 2019. The previous events were known for their casual atmosphere. All of the teams gathered in one house in Los Angeles and the players used to participate in a casting couch.

But cs_summit six will be Beyond the Summit’s most important CS:GO tournament since it’ll be its first collaboration with Valve in Counter-Strike. It’s unknown how many teams will participate, but it’ll be far more than what cs_summit has held in the past.

“We’re excited to announce the first summer RMR events in NA and EU, hosted by Beyond the Summit from June 22nd to July 5th,” the official CS:GO Twitter account said. “While we intend to have a full RMR series in the fall, there will not be summer RMR events for the SA or OCE regions.”

Here are the RMR standings for Europe and North America. It’s expected that Valve will use these as one of the factors in picking participants for cs_summit six RMR.


  1. Astralis – 2,400 points
  2. G2 – 1,680 points
  3. Vitality – 1,660 points
  4. FaZe – 1,580 points
  5. ENCE – 1,280 points
  6. NiP – 1,200 points
  7. Heretics – 1,100 points
  8. GODSENT – 1,000 points
  9. North – 900 points
  10. Copenhagen Flames – 700 points
  11. mousesports – 650 points
  12. Movistar Riders – 600 points
  13. Fnatic – 500 points
  14. Complexity – 350 points
  15. c0ntact Gaming – 330 points
  16. Dignitas – 150 points

North America

  1. Team Liquid – 1,900 points
  2. 100 Thieves – 1,700 points
  3. Gen.G – 1,600 points
  4. Evil Geniuses – 1,550 points
  5. FURIA – 1,500 points
  6. Cloud9 – 1,400 points
  7. Envy – 1,200 points
  8. MIBR – 1,130 points
  9. Triumph – 750 points
  10. Bad News Bears – 750 points (disbanded)
  11. Yeah Gaming – 600 points

With cs_summit six hosting the second RMR tournament for Europe and North America, there will likely be one or two more tournament organizers involved in the summer RMR series for regions such as CIS and Asia. That’d be different than ESL One: Road to Rio, which featured all of the regions.