The ₹35.7 LAKH CS:GO OMEN Challenger Series 2019 tournament is nearing its qualifier rounds. Currently, the Korean and Taiwan Qualifiers have concluded with 2 names going to the LAN finals are and ahq e-Sports Club. The Singapore Open Qualifier is on-going. Meanwhile, other qualifiers will take place later to determine more names on the list. The China and Indonesia Open Qualifiers will take place on this September 14.

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HP's OMEN will deliver another CS:GO challenge this year

India Open Qualifier

India will also have 1 slot in the qualifier rounds. The OMEN Challenger Series 2019 - India Open Qualifier will take place this September 21. Some scary names have already registered for the event like Global Esports, NASR, Orgless5ive, Entity Gaming. Currently, there are 25 teams in the list to compete for a chance in the LAN event in Jakarta, Indonesia. You can find more information for the tournament on FACEIT.

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NASR will also join in the list of participants

Top 6 teams in each regional qualifier will proceed to national qualifiers in early September. 2 more invited pro teams will join them to make a group of 8 teams. The 8 Indian teams will then play in a round-robin format to determine the top 4 teams. All matches in this stage are played in BO1.

They will then proceed to the main qualifier in a single-elimination format with BO3. The sole winner will go to the LAN finals in Jakarta Convention Centre in Jakarta, Indonesia. Games will be played on SG, HK, IND and AU servers so Indian teams don't have to worry about ping problem. They can compete in the Open Qualifier from across the country.

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You can play with friends at home or cyber cafe without worrying about ping problems

Omen Challenger Series in 2018

Last year, OMEN Challenger Series has hosted a PUBG tournament with $35,000 (₹23 LAKH) on the line for 20 teams from across the SEA Pacific region. ORDER squad from Australian Qualifier has claimed the championship with the lion's share of $20,000 (~ ₹14.4 LAKH) in November 2018. However, the Indian representative - Reckoning Esports was unable to find their feet and finished last.

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Unfortunately, Reckoning Esports could not perform well in the tournament

Moreover, OMEN by HP and have joined forces to create a duel-based tournament with another $50,000 in prize money. The Omen Challenge presented by HLTV will take place this September 20 to showcase pro players' skills.

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We will have the chance to see the most skilled players in a duel-based tournament

The tournament features the world-renowned top 4 of 2018: Aleksandr "s1mple" Kostyliev, Nicolai "device" Reedtz, Nikola "NiKo" Kovač and Denis "electronic" Sharipov. Tune in for more CS:GO competitions to come this September.