Flashpoint Season 2 playoffs: Schedule and how to watch

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Flashpoint Season 2 playoffs: Schedule and how to watch

With the group stage, as well as the Last Chance stage of Flashpoint Season 2 now complete, we can look forward to the playoffs action to begin. This is, for those who don’t know, a massive CS:GO tournament featuring a whopping $1 million in prize money, which is roughly R15.2 million at the current Dollar to Rand exchange rate.

Flashpoint S2 playoffs schedule & stream

The Flashpoint Season 2 playoffs begin on Monday, 30 November 2020, featuring the top eight CS:GO teams who made it this far. The teams will duke it out in a double-elimination bracket for their share of the $1 million prize pool. The winner of the finals, which takes place on 6 December, will walk away with the first-place prize of $500,000.

It is sure to be an extremely exciting tournament to watch, featuring the likes of OG, BIG, MIBR and more. While the new Cloud9 Colossus roster failed to make it to the playoffs, we are excited to see who will come out on top. Check out the schedule for the first round of Flashpoint Season 2 playoffs matches below. These are all upper-bracket matches, with the losers going into the lower bracket.

The playoffs schedule:
  • MAD Lions vs Virtus.pro – 30 November at 15:00
  • BIG vs Team Envy – 30 November at 18:00
  • Fnatic vs Dignitas – 1 December at 15:00
  • OG vs MIBR – 1 December at 18:00

All times are in SAST, so you know when to tune in. These are all best-of-three matches, so it should take a couple of hours each. CS:GO esports fans can catch all the action when the tournament starts on both the Flashpoint Twitch and YouTube channels.

Header image via Flashpoint.

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