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Thunderpick, a leading online crypto betting platform, has announced the highly anticipated Thunderpick World Championship 2024, a global professional Counter-Strike 2 tournament boasting a US$1 million prize pool.

Building on the success of the 2023 edition, which saw FaZe Clan emerge victorious, this year’s championship promises to deliver thrilling competition among the top talent in the world of Counter-Strike.

Scheduled to kick off on April 1, 2024, and culminating with the world finals in late October 2024, the Thunderpick World Championship aims to elevate the esports experience to new heights.

With a prize pool nearly double the $600,000 Bitcoin pool of the previous year, participants will vie for a substantial cash reward.

Kelly Sanders, Head of Strategy for Thunderpick, expressed excitement about the upcoming event, emphasizing its role in showcasing the dedication to the vibrant and expanding esports community.

Sanders highlighted the intense competition and high-quality gameplay expected to captivate fans and players worldwide.

The Thunderpick World Championship 2024 will feature six qualifier rounds across three global regions: Europe, North America, and, for the first time, South America.

Qualifiers & Tournament dates

  • Europe Qualifier 1: April 1-22
  • Europe Qualifier 2: August 19-31
  • North America Qualifier 1: May 19-24
  • North America Qualifier 2: June 4-9
  • South America Qualifier 1: May 11-16
  • South America Qualifier 2: July 17-22
  • World Finals (RO16): October 1-4
  • World Finals (RO8): October 19-20
  • World Finals (LAN): October 23-24

All qualifying competitions will be conducted remotely within their respective regions.

Renewing its partnership with GRID, a leading esports data company, Thunderpick ensures the tournament’s integrity, security, and commercial potential.

As the official esports services provider and data partner, GRID will leverage its comprehensive suite of tournament tools and data visualization capabilities to enhance the championship experience.

Fabian Logemann, Head of Tournament Operations at GRID, expressed pride in supporting the Thunderpick CS2 World Championship 2024, citing Thunderpick’s significant contribution to the sustainability of the CS2 esports scene.

GRID looks forward to providing essential tournament services and delivering critical data insights throughout the championship series.

As esports continue to thrive, Thunderpick remains at the forefront of innovation, offering an immersive betting platform and elevating the competitive gaming landscape with prestigious events like the Thunderpick World Championship.

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