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Fragleague returns with a new CS:GO and PUBG season in 2022

The next season of Fragleague will be played from April to June 2022. The titles played this season are CS:GO and PUBG. As always we will also have a third surprise title announced in a later stage. The total prize pool for this season will be 630 000 SEK.

All our current and newly qualified participants, stay tuned in our official Discord where our admin team will reach out to you regarding your participation in season 8 of Fragleague.

Fragleague CS:GO S8

This season we will, as usual, run 5 CS:GO leagues open for players in the Nordics: The Fragleague Nordic Championship (previously Fragleague Top Division) and 4 national leagues (previously Regional Divisions).

Fragleauge Nordic Championship

Fragleague Nordic Championship consists of 10 of strongest teams in the Nordics.

When is Fragleague Nordic Championship being played?

Fragleague Nordic Championship is scheduled to begin on April 6th. The grand finals are scheduled on June 12th.

Tournament format

Fragleague Nordic Championship consists of two stages: The Group Stage and the Playoffs.

The group stage consists of two round-robin format groups. Each group has 5 teams and all matches are Bo3. Top three teams from each group advance to the playoffs.

The top team in each group advance to the semifinals
The second and third team advance to the quarterfinals.
The bottom two teams are relegated to the next season's National league.

The playoffs consists of a single elimination bracket. All matches are Bo3.
The losers of the semifinals will play a 3rd place match.


175 000 SEK are spread among the teams as seen below:
1st place: 100 000 SEK
2nd place: 50 000 SEK
3rd place: 25 000 SEK

Fragleague National

Fragleague Nationals are played nationally in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. The tournament names are Fragleague Denmark, Fragleague Finland, Fragleague Norway and Fragleague Sweden.

Tournament format

10 teams participate in each national league and the format is the same as in the Nordic Championships. The winner of a national league qualifies for the next season of Fragleague Nordic Championship. The bottom four teams are relegated and do not keep their spot for next season.


25 000 SEK are spread among the teams as seen below:
1st place: 15 000 SEK
2nd place: 7000 SEK
3rd place: 3000 SEK

Fragleague PUBG