Paris Major 2023

CS: GO has announced the Paris Major 2023, scheduled to take place from February 13 to May 21, 2023, and it has been generating excitement in the esports world ever since. The event will take place at the Accor Arena in Paris, France, with a prize pool of $1,250,000. In this comprehensive guide, we will discuss everything you need to know about Paris Major 2023.

Paris Major 2023 Format

The Paris Major 2023 is a CS:GO tournament that will start on February 13 with RMR qualifiers and will conclude on May 21, 2023, with the Champions Stage. The event will feature a total of 24 teams, divided into three stages: Challengers, Legends, and Champions.

  • RMR Qualifiers: February 13-26
  • RMRs Europe, Asia, and Americas: April 6-15
  • Challengers Stage: May 8-11
  • Legends Stage: May 13-16
  • Champions Stage: May 18-21

How to Watch Paris Major 2023 on is the official broadcasting partner of Paris Major 2023, and fans can watch the event live on their platform. Fans can watch the RMR qualifiers on the GOTV, while the Challengers, Legends, and Champions Stages will be available on promises innovative and fan-first viewing features that will allow fans to tailor their viewing experience, relive key and exciting moments and impact the action unfolding before their eyes. Paris Major 2023 Tickets: How to Buy Official Prices has not yet announced the ticket prices for Paris Major 2023. However, they have mentioned that the tickets will be available for purchase on their official website. Fans can keep an eye on their website for more information about ticket sales.

Paris Major 2023: Participating Teams

A total of 24 teams will participate in the Paris Major 2023, including the top teams from Europe, Asia, and the Americas. The complete list of participating teams has not yet been announced, but fans can expect to see some of the best CS:GO teams in the world competing against each other. Paris Major 2023: Challengers Stage

The Challengers Stage is the first stage of the Paris Major 2023 and will take place from May 8 to May 11, 2023. In this stage, 16 teams will compete against each other in a Swiss-style format. The top eight teams from this stage will move on to the Legends Stage, while the bottom eight