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PGL Copenhagen Major 2024: Schedule, results, and more

Let the Major begin.

Counter-Strike 2’s first Major has finally arrived. A total of 24 teams have converged in the Danish capital for the hotly anticipated PGL Copenhagen Major and a shot at the lion’s share of a $1.25-million prize pool and the title of Major Champions.

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Eight of the world’s best have a week off after a grueling RMR circuit, with the last 16 squads first fighting out the Opening Stage of the Major. Only eight can proceed to the elimination stage and a shot at Major Glory.

Of the 16 teams that make the Elimination Stage, eight proceed to the playoffs, where we’ll work our way through the single elimination bracket to find our first CS2 Major champion.

Here’s everything you need to know about the PGL Copenhagen Major 2024: Match schedule, results, standings, and more.

PGL Copenhagen Major 2024 format

The NAVI team stand on stage celebrating with the PGL Copenhagen Major trophy.
NAVI rose above all to claim the Major win. Photo by Joao Ferreira via PGL

The Opening Stage of the PGL Copenhagen CS2 Major was one of three separate stages. Previously these stages were known as the Challenger, Legend, and Champion stages, but they’ve since been renamed. The Opening Stage is essentially the Challenger Stage of old and acts at culling the field from 24 teams to 16.

The 16 contestants were seeded into a Swiss stage, where teams played an opponent who shared the same record (e.g. if a team’s record was 0-1, they played another team with a 0-1 record). The Swiss stage is simple: Win three games and you’re through to the Elimination Stage, lose three and you’re out.

All 0-0, 0-1, 1-0, and 1-1 matches were best-of-one, meaning a single slip-up from a top seed cost them—and their Pick’Em fans—a chance at qualifying early. Any progression or elimination matches were best-of-three.

By the end of the stage, the eight qualifiers were reseeded into the Elimination Stage with the eight invites, where they played out another identical Swiss stage. The top eight qualified for the Playoffs, where they battled through a reseeded single-elimination bracket until only one team remained.

PGL Copenhagen Major 2024 Playoffs schedule and results

All times below are in Central Time (CT).

Thursday, March 28

  • 11am: Team Vitality 2-0 Cloud9
    • Vitality win 13-8 on Inferno.
    • Vitality win 13-2 on Anubis.
    • Vitality advances to semifinals, Cloud9 is eliminated.
  • 2pm: FaZe Clan 2-1 Team Spirit
    • FaZe win 13-7 on Mirage.
    • Spirit win 19-16 on Nuke.
    • FaZe win 16-14 on Vertigo.
    • FaZe advances to semifinals, Team Spirit is eliminated.

Friday, March 29

  • 11am: NAVI 2-0 Eternal Fire
    • NAVI win 16-13 on Mirage.
    • NAVI win 13-9 on Inferno.
    • NAVI advances to semifinals, Eternal Fire is eliminated.
  • 2pm: G2 Esports 2-0 MOUZ
    • G2 win 13-9 on Inferno.
    • G2 win 13-6 on Vertigo.
    • G2 advances to semifinals, MOUZ is eliminated.

Saturday, March 30

  • 11am: Vitality 1-2 FaZe
    • FaZe win 13-7 on Nuke.
    • Vitality win 13-5 on Vertigo.
    • FaZe win 13-8 on Inferno.
    • Semifinal. FaZe proceeds to grand final, Vitality is eliminated.
  • 2pm: NAVI 2-1 G2
    • NAVI win 16-13 on Anubis.
    • G2 win 13-7 on Nuke.
    • NAVI win 13-11 on Ancient.
    • Semifinal. NAVI proceeds to grand final, G2 is eliminated.

Sunday, March 31

  • 1pm: NAVI 2-1 FaZe
    • NAVI win 13-9 on Ancient.
    • FaZe win 13-2 on Mirage.
    • NAVI win 13-3 on Inferno.
    • NAVI is the PGL Copenhagen Major champions.

PGL Copenhagen Major 2024 Elimination Stage schedule and results

Elimination Stage standings

The top eight were seeded directly into the Elimination Stage and will be joined by the eight qualifiers from the Opening Stage. Here are the standings for the PGL Copenhagen Major Elimination Stage.

FirstTeam Spirit3-0
ThirdEternal Fire3-1
SixthFaZe 3-2
EighthG2 Esports3-2
10thpaiN Gaming2-3
15thThe MongolZ0-3

All match times below are in Central Time (CT) and are subject to change.

Thursday, March 21

Round One (0-0)

  • 7am: MOUZ 13-11 ECSTATIC (Overpass)
  • 7am: NAVI 13-10 MongolZ (Mirage)
  • 8am: Vitality 10-13 Eternal Fire (Inferno)
  • 8am: 6-13 Imperial (Inferno)
  • 9am: FaZe 10-13 Heroic (Ancient)
  • 9am: Complexity 13-9 paiN (Vertigo)
  • 10am: Spirit 13-7 Cloud9 (Ancient)
  • 10am: G2 13-3 FURIA (Inferno)

Round Two (0-1, 1-0)

  • 12pm: MOUZ 13-11 Eternal Fire (Vertigo)
  • 12pm: Vitality 13-9 MongolZ (Nuke)
  • 1pm: Complexity 19-17 Heroic (Vertigo)
  • 1pm: 13-9 paiN (Inferno)
  • 2pm: NAVI 13-11 G2 (Nuke)
  • 2pm: Cloud9 13-3 ECSTATIC (Overpass)
  • 3pm: Spirit 13-2 Imperial (Mirage)
  • 3pm: FaZe 13-7 FURIA (Ancient)

Friday, March 22

Round Three (1-1 Pool)

  • 7am: G2 9-13 Cloud9 (Anubis)
  • 7am: Heroic 3-13 (Ancient)
  • 8am: Eternal Fire 13-1 FaZe (Overpass)
  • 8am: Imperial 9-13 Vitality (Overpass)

Round Three (0-2 Pool; losers are eliminated)

  • 9am: paiN 2-1 The MongolZ
    • Mongolz win 13-9 on Mirage.
    • paiN win 13-10 on Nuke.
    • paiN win 22-19 on Inferno.
    • The MongolZ is eliminated.
  • 12pm: ECSTATIC 2-1 FURIA
    • ECSTATIC win 13-7 on Overpass.
    • FURIA win 16-14 on Inferno.
    • ECSTATIC win 13-7 on Ancient.
    • FURIA is eliminated.

Round Three (2-0 Pool; winners advance to next stage)

  • 9am: MOUZ 2-0 Complexity
    • MOUZ win 13-1 on Overpass.
    • MOUZ win 13-2 on Ancient.
    • MOUZ advance to playoffs.
  • 12pm: Spirit 2-1 NAVI
    • NAVI win 16-14 on Nuke.
    • Spirit win 13-9 on Ancient.
    • Spirit win 13-7 on Mirage.
    • Spirit advance to playoffs.

Saturday, March 23

Round Four (2-1 Pool; winners advance to next stage)

  • 7am: Eternal Fire 2-1
    • win 13-6 on Overpass.
    • Eternal Fire win 13-6 on Vertigo.
    • Eternal Fire win 13-7 on Inferno.
    • Eternal Fire advance to playoffs.
  • 10am: Complexity 1-2 Vitality
    • Vitality win 19-16 on Inferno.
    • Complexity win 13-7 on Vertigo.
    • Vitality win 13-10 on Anubis.
    • Vitality proceed to playoffs.
  • 1pm: Cloud9 2-1 NAVI
    • NAVI win 16-14 on Mirage.
    • Cloud9 win 13-6 on Ancient.
    • Cloud9 win 13-2 on Overpass.
    • Cloud9 proceed to playoffs.

Round Four (1-2 Pool; losers are eliminated)

  • 7am: Imperial 1-2 FaZe
    • FaZe win 13-8 on Nuke.
    • Imperial win 13-8 on Anubis.
    • FaZe win 13-8 on Mirage.
    • Imperial are eliminated.
  • 10am: ECSTATIC 1-2 G2
    • G2 win 13-7 on Inferno.
    • ECSTATIC win 13-11 on Vertigo.
    • G2 win 13-8 on Anubis.
    • ECSTATIC is eliminated.
  • 1pm: Heroic 0-2 paiN
    • paiN win 13-6 on Nuke.
    • paiN win 13-9 on Mirage.
    • Heroic is eliminated.

Sunday, March 24

Round Five (2-2 Pool; winners advance to next stage, losers are eliminated)

  • 7am: FaZe 2-0 Complexity
    • FaZe win 13-6 on Nuke.
    • FaZe win 13-6 on Overpass.
    • FaZe proceeds to playoffs, Complexity is eliminated.
  • 10am: G2 2-1
    • VP win 16-14 on Overpass.
    • G2 win 13-11 on Inferno.
    • G2 win 13-6 on Anubis.
    • G2 proceeds to playoffs, is eliminated.
  • 1pm: NAVI 2-0 paiN
    • NAVI win 13-10 on Nuke.
    • NAVI win 13-9 on Mirage.
    • NAVI proceed to playoffs, paiN is eliminated.

PGL Copenhagen Major 2024 Opening Stage schedule and results

Opening Stage Standings

Here are the standings and records for the PGL Copenhagen Major 2024 Opening Stage. Keep in mind again: Three wins mean qualification, three losses mean elimination.

ThirdEternal Fire3-1
FifthpaiN Gaming3-1
14thLynn Vision1-3
FalleN from FURIA fist bumps a teammate at the Copehagen Major Americas RMR.
FURIA bounced back from a 0-2 start to qualify for the Elimination Stage. Photo via PGL

All match times below are in Central Time (CT) and are subject to change.

Sunday, March 17

Round One (0-0)

  • 7am: Cloud9 13-10 ECSTATIC (Ancient)
  • 7am: Eternal Fire 13-6 The MongolZ (Nuke)
  • 8am: Imperial 22-19 ENCE (Anubis)
  • 8am: paiN 13-8 Apeks (Vertigo)
  • 9am: GamerLegion 13-8 AMKAL (Overpass)
  • 9am: Heroic 13-5 Lynn Vision (Nuke)
  • 10am: Legacy 16-13 FURIA (Ancient)
  • 10am: SAW 13-4 KOI (Nuke)

Round Two (0-1, 1-0)

  • 12pm: Eternal Fire 13-2 paiN (Anubis)
  • 12pm: ECSTATIC 13-10 The MongolZ (Nuke)
  • 1pm: HEROIC 16-14 Imperial (Mirage)
  • 1pm: Apeks 16-13 AMKAL (Overpass)
  • 2pm: C9 13-10 Legacy (Overpass)
  • 2pm: ENCE 16-12 KOI (Nuke)
  • 3pm: SAW 13-9 GamerLegion (Vertigo)
  • 3pm: Lynn Vision 13-9 FURIA (Nuke)

Monday, March 18

Round Three (1-1 Pool)

  • 7am: Imperial 13-7 Apeks (Overpass)
  • 7am: pAIN 13-3 ENCE (Nuke)
  • 8am: GamerLegion 13-4 Legacy (Vertigo)
  • 8am: ECSTATIC 13-8 Lynn Vision (Overpass)

Round Three (0-2 Pool)

  • 9am: Mongolz 2-1 AMKAL
    • Mongolz win 13-2 on Nuke.
    • AMKAL win 13-8 on Mirage.
    • Mongolz win 13-10 on Inferno.
    • AMKAL is eliminated.
  • 12pm: FURIA 2-0 KOI
    • FURIA win 13-6 on Overpass.
    • FURIA win 13-9 on Vertigo.
    • KOI is eliminated.

Round Three (2-0 Pool)

  • 9am: Heroic 2-0 Eternal Fire
    • Heroic win 16-14 on Vertigo.
    • Heroic win 13-7 on Mirage.
    • Heroic advances to Elimination Stage.
  • 12pm: Cloud9 2-0 SAW
    • Cloud9 win 19-17 on Nuke.
    • Cloud9 win 13-9 on Anubis.
    • Cloud9 advances to Elimination Stage.

Tuesday, March 19

Round Four (2-1 Pool; winners advance to next stage)

  • 7am: Eternal Fire 2-1 GamerLegion
    • GamerLegion win 13-4 on Overpass.
    • Eternal Fire win 13-2 on Inferno.
    • Eternal Fire win 13-11 on Vertigo.
    • Eternal Fire advances to Elimination Stage.
  • 10am: paiN 2-0 SAW
    • paiN win 13-10 on Vertigo.
    • paiN win 13-7 on Nuke.
    • paiN advances to Elimination Stage.
  • 1pm: ECSTATIC 2-1 Imperial
    • ECSTATIC win 13-4 on Anubis.
    • Imperial win 13-10 on Inferno.
    • ECSTATIC win 13-9 on Vertigo.
    • ECSTATIC advances to Elimination Stage.

Round Four (1-2 Pool; losers are eliminated)

  • 7am: The MongolZ 2-0 Lynn Vision
    • MongolZ win 13-8 on Ancient.
    • MongolZ win 13-6 on Anubis.
    • Lynn Vision is eliminated.
  • 10am: Legacy 2-0 Apeks
    • Legacy win 13-7 on Ancient.
    • Legacy win 13-7 on Inferno.
    • Apeks is eliminated.
  • 1pm: FURIA 2-0 ENCE
    • FURIA win 13-8 on Mirage.
    • FURIA win 13-9 on Ancient.
    • ENCE is eliminated.

March 20, day four

Round Five (2-2 pool, winners advance to next stage, losers are eliminated)

  • TheMongolZ 2-0 Legacy
    • TheMongolZ win 13-9 on Ancient.
    • TheMongolZ win 13-6 on Anubis.
    • TheMongolz advances to Elimination Stage, Legacy is eliminated.
  • Imperial 2-1 GamerLegion
    • GamerLegion win 13-12 on Overpass.
    • Imperial win 13-6 on Mirage.
    • Imperial win 13-5 on Nuke.
    • Imperial advances to Elimination Stage, GamerLegion is eliminated.
  • FURIA 2-0 SAW
    • FURIA win 13-7 on Vertigo.
    • FURIA win 13-7 on Ancient.
    • FURIA advances to Elimination Stage, SAW is eliminated.

PGL Copenhagen Major 2024 streams: How to watch

The PGL Copenhagen CS2 Major 2024 will be broadcast live on numerous platforms including Twitch and YouTube. Sessions with multiple matches at the same time will split the series across two channels. The Major will also be broadcast in multiple languages: Head to the event’s Liquipedia page for a full list of languages available.

Primary ChannelSecondary Channel
Twitch, YouTubeTwitch, Channel

If you missed the matches, full replays and VODs will be available on each channel shortly after the matchday concludes.

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