CS:GO Thunderpick Bitcoin Series Confirmed For January 2022 Start

Published: Jan 5, 2022 - Last Updated: Jan 21, 2022

Esports betting site Thunderpick has announced that its first bitcoin tournament, the Thunderpick Bitcoin Series, will commence on the 17th January, lasting through until the 7th March.

The CS:GO based event will be the first tournament run by Thunderpick that offers a bitcoin prize pool, with a prize confirmed of 1.2 Bitcoin (with a minimum prize pool of $75,000 guaranteed).

However, as is the case with Bitcoin, its volatile nature means that by the end of the Thunderpick tournament 2022 playoffs, there is no guessing as to what the value of the prize may be. However, Thunderpick are guaranteeing that the prize pool will be worth no less than $75,000)

Thunderpick Bitcoin Series Details

A total of 23 teams, the identities of which will be revealed at a later date, will be in the Thunderpick Bitcoin series aiming for a chance to win a share of that 1.2 Bitcoin prize pool.

This initial tournament will be a three-stage tournament which starts with the closed qualifier, where four teams will face double elimination and only the winners will earn themselves a chance to progress forward to the next stage.

Image Credits | Thunderpick

The main stage of the Thunderpick Bitcoin Series will feature 16 teams competing against each other for one of the eight places that are available in the Final Stage.

The Final Stage of the tournament will feature the eight qualifiers from the Main Stage, plus four additional ‘quest teams’.

These final 12 teams will then compete against each other until the winner is decided and receives the lion’s share of the bitcoin prize pool.

Join Thunderpick now and use the Thunderpick Promo Code “Bitcoin” when you sign up and you can earn yourself up to €50 worth of free bets throughout the duration of the tournament! This offer is available until the 7th March.

The Thunderpick Bitcoin series is going to be an exciting addition to the long list of esports tournaments set to take place in early 2022 and with further CS:GO and Dota 2 tournaments within the Thunderpick Bitcoin Series promised for later in 2022, we can look forward to even more top quality esports action later in the year too.

Ian John

Since: August 10, 2015

Ian is a regular contributor to EsportsBets. Ian is well-versed in the world of esports betting and casino gaming and has written extensively on the online gambling industry. Ian brings fresh insight into all facets of gaming.

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