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After a successful showing earlier in the summer, the 2015 U.S. Championship at Long Beach on Oct. 9 will have a total prize pool of $150,000, with the majority of the money guaranteed by Valve.

That makes the contest one of the largest in CS:GO’s history, the most important event of the year, and it’s easy to see why Valve is putting out the word of mouth that the event is getting bigger with every year it’s in existence.

As in previous years, the winner-take-all tournament will pit teams based in the North American region, while the top two in South America will clash for the grand prize, while the top three teams from Europe will take home the trophy.

The 2015 tournament will last six days, from Sep. 30 – Oct. 1, with the matches taking place on both the official ESL studio stage and in the grand final of MLG’s studio show.

In a press release announcing the 2015 U.S. Championship, Valve states:
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For the second consecutive season, the 2015 U.S. Championship will feature three teams from Europe and one each from America, Asia, and Oceania. These international teams will fight it out in separate qualifiers to find the best three teams from each region for an eight-team tournament that pits four of the best teams in CS:GO talent against each other.

The winners will also face off in the grand final of the MLG studio show for the grand prize of $150,000 in which the top two teams from each region will walk away with the title.

According to a blog post on the CS:GO Players Academy website, the 2015 U.S. Championship will be one of the most competitive teams for the next few months, with the top eight teams guaranteed $15,000 apiece while the third place team should grab $10,000.

The U.S. Championship’s prize pool is currently $75,000, which Valve reports will “remain the same.”

In addition to the $150,000 prize pool, the remaining two places in the tournament will come with $5,000 each, leaving the final eight spots up for grabs. Two top 20 teams were chosen by Valve, and four places went to