CS:GO Major Simulator: Best to Use


CS:GO Major Simulators are great to visualize how a Swiss system may progress using the Buchholz system.

The BLAST.tv Paris Major 2023 is currently ongoing with the final day of Swiss matches taking place on May 16. The tournament has been filled with major upsets with the likes of Natus Vincere and G2 Esports going home in the Legends Stage. For those new to CS:GO esports, the Swiss rounds features a Buchholz Score system to determine matchups and rankings.

There's a great tool players can use, Majors.im, to track progress in Paris.

CS:GO Major Simulator: Best to Use

The BLAST.tv Paris 2023 Major Simulator lets players see how the Challengers Stage played out while also looking at what could've been with other scenarios. With only two more matches until the conclusion of the Legends Stage, the bracket is almost set for the Champions Stage.

Seeding for the Champions Stage is based on how the teams finish in the Legends Stage. There's still some variability possible, and Majors.im is a great way to track it all. Plus, fans can look at previous CS:GO Majors and how those systems played out. There are also UI options for some nice customization options.

As of writing, Fnatic and Into The Breach are heading to a Map 3 to determine the second-to-last Champions Stage spot. After that, Ninjas in Pyjamas battles Apeks for the final slot.