The PGL Antwerp Major 2022 takes place from May 9th to May 22nd. Esports fans will see two weeks of top-tier CS:GO action as 24 teams from across the world battle for a total prize pool of $1,000,000 USD, a 50% decrease from last year's PGL Stockholm Major 2021.
Winners of Legend Stage will move on to the Champions Stage (Playoffs) which will be played in front of about 50,000 spectators at the Antwerps Sportpaleis.
Now that the legends stage is almost ending with only three more matches left to go this afternoon, let’s take a look at what happened and the current predictions:
PGL Major Antwerp 2022 Legends round 4 results
Here’s the current results before the last matches, first 5 teams have already qualified and there are only 3 spots left to fill which will be battled out among the teams below. Natus Vincere, Team Spirit, Ninjas in Pyjamas, ENCE and FaZe Clan have already qualified for Champions Stage at this point.
PGL Major Antwerp 2022 Legends schedule & betting odds
Below are the current predictions for the upcoming matches. Teams that are highlighted in bold have the odds in their favour. You can click on the dates to take yourself directly to the detailed match page, and live bet whilst the matches play out. You can always visit luckbox.com to watch your favourite team’s matches and bet live.
Round 5 Matches
May 17, 2022
- Heroic vs. Vitality (May 17, 2022 - 12:00 CEST) 1.65 vs. 2.10
- G2 vs. FURIA (May 17, 2022 - 15:45 CEST) 1.45 vs. 2.50
- CPHF vs. Imperial (May 17, 2022 - 19:30 CEST) 1.65 vs. 2.10
Recap & what to watch?
Nikola "NiKo" Kovac gave an outstanding performance. Kova led his squad to a 2-1 victory over Outsiders, while G2 won Inferno first with an excellent T side. Outsiders were able to end their losing skid on the map with a 16-10 victory on Vertigo, before the European mix team wrapped off the series on Dust2 with another strong T side performance.
G2 Esports will now compete in the 2-2 pool alongside Vitality, FURIA, and Copenhagen Flames, hoping to satisfy expectations and qualify for the playoffs. Outsiders have been ousted from the Major after finishing with a 1-3 score, and their future remains undetermined.
After an amazing effort in a three-map series versus the Russian side, Imperial Esports has sent the world's fourth-best squad, Cloud9, packing in Antwerp. The team began the series with a triple-overtime win on Overpass before missing the mark on Vertigo, and the best-of-three battle came down to Mirage, where Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo and company dominated their opponents 16-3 thanks to a sturdy defence.
After a difficult start in the Legends Stage and surviving two consecutive elimination games, Imperial are currently one series away from the playoffs. They will play the Copenhagen Flames in the last do-or-die encounter, which will determine which of the remaining three teams advances to the bracket round.
|Also Read||Who are the Copenhagen Flames?|
The new rising stars of CS:GO esports scene Copenhagen Flames will face Imperial. Despite the relative lack of experience, the former is a force to be reckoned with and very, very unpredictable. The Danes were 2-0 up after the opening day and Copenhagen Flames might just snatch the Championship slot from the Imperial. At least they must, lest they want to miss out on the Champions stage like in Stockholm.