Join CS:GO PC 1v1 Silver Series eSports Online Tournament & win INR 10,000 + 5,950 Pro Points

3rd December 2017, Sunday

1v1 Silver Series

Registration Starts: 21st November 2017 04:00 PM

Registration Ends: 3rd December 2017 02:00 PM

Prize Pool: INR 10,000 + 5,950 Pro Points








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Start Time

03:00 PM

How to connect ?

You need to download EasyAntiCheat to connect GamingMonk Server You can download anti cheat from this website

Kicked: EAC Disconnected

Being kicked from a game server with 'EAC Disconnected' message indicates a client-side connectivity issue with your PC and the EasyAntiCheat network. EasyAntiCheat uses a standard HTTP connection to Ensure that your anti-virus and/or firewall software is not blocking the connection to this DNS address.

In the update score tab you can see the connect button in the bottom of the update score tab either you can connect directly by clicking on the connect Server tab or you can connect to the server manually by copy the IP address and password and paste it into the CS:GO developer console.

How to enable developer console?

You can enable your console by going to the option then Game settings and check the enable developer console.

Silver Series : Silver series are set of weekly tournaments. Prizes in this series are rewarded in the form of Cash & Pro-Points.

What are Pro-Points?

Pro-Points act as a ranking structure to give players access to Monthly/Yearly leaderboards.
Players with the most Pro-Points at the end of the month are rewarded with additional Cash Prizes.

Round Timings : 

  • Round 1 - 3:00 to 3:30 PM
  • Round 2 - 3:30 to 4:00 PM
  • Round 3 - 4:00 to 4:30 PM
  • Round 4 - 4:30 to 5:00 PM 
  • Round 5 - 5:00 to 5:30 PM 


  1. Players are required to connect with their opponents on Steam.
  2. Disputes are to be reported on Website Chat Support.
  3. Matches to be completed within the mentioned Round Time.
  4. Inability to report scores within the time frame will lead to DQ.


This page contains the comprehensive rules governing gameplay and conduct. Whilst we have endeavored to ensure all rules provide adequate guidance to meet all eventualities, instances may occur where players feel that further guidance is needed. In such an event, contact a member of the Admin Team.

These rules are subject to change at any time before the registration deadline, so check them often. In extremely rare cases, rules may be altered after the tournament has started. All competitors involved in GamingMonk events are expected to know and understand all of the rules. Not knowing that a rule existed is not an excuse for breaking that rule.

Users are prohibited from sharing account information. This includes, but is not limited to the following: usernames, passwords, email accounts, etc. If another person accesses your account, you may be disqualified from the Tournament. This includes giving out your password to allow others to account recover your Steam Account.

It is the responsibility of the player to ensure the Steam ID they use, matches the Steam ID listed on their GamingMonk profile. If a player's Steam ID is incorrect, you will be disqualified from the tournament.

Prizes are awarded to 1st and 2nd placed players only. In order to be eligible for the award, all players must play their matches in its entirety. If either player withdraw from the competition at any time in the run up to the final, they waive all rights to any prize claims.

Users are not permitted to compete in more than one tournament at a time as this may delay the tournament, any team found competing with 2 or more Steam ids will be disqualified.

Participation in a tournament constitutes entrant's full and unconditional agreement to these Rules, the Official Rules, and Admin decisions, which are final and binding in all matters.


Competition Guidelines

Any rule being broken may lead to disciplinary action. This action will be at the discretion of the Admin(s) involved, and the situation will be taken into account. Punishment may include, but not be limited to, forfeits, temporary and permanent bans

All participants in any GamingMonk competition will be required to uphold to the highest standards and observe common sportsmanship. Being abusive in any way towards fellow players or admins will also result in disciplinary action.

Any form of cheating or unsportsmanlike behaviour may result in a forfeit of a Match or Ban from GamingMonk Events. Punishable unsportsmanlike behaviour includes, but is not limited to, excessive use of foul or degrading language.      

All players MUST be contactable via their Steam ID.


Game Rules and settings

  • Server Info: Provided by GamingMonk once fixtures have been created.
  • Best of one
  • Game Mode: 1vs1
  • Map: aim_map
  • Round Time: One minute and 45 seconds
  • Freeze Time: 0 seconds
  • Max Rounds: 15 (Sides will switch after 7 rounds)
  • Default Weapons: M4/USP Silenced (CT); AK-47/Glock (T)
  • Using AWP is not allowed.


Game Play

After fixtures have been created, only the participants and GamingMonk Staff members may be invited/join. If an ineligible player joins a Game, the Game must be ended. If a Player is found to have invited an ineligible Player to a Game, they will forfeit the Game.

If a player lags out during the first 30 seconds, the game should be ended and restarted. If the problem persists the affected party shall be disqualified.

If a player pauses a game, a reason must be provided. Total pause time for any side may not exceed 3 minutes.

Any form of cheating, glitching, abusing in-game mechanics, or unsportsmanlike behaviour may result in a Forfeit of a Game, Match, or Ban from future GamingMonk events.

Punishable unsportsmanlike behaviour includes, but is not limited to, excessive use of foul or degrading language. In addition, breaking any rule may result in a Forfeit of a Round/Game, Forfeit of a Match, or Ban from future GamingMonk events.

GamingMonk reserves the right to broadcast any Match. If GamingMonk chooses to broadcast a Match, GamingMonk Staff members must be allowed into each Game. If GamingMonk Staff members are unable to connect to a Host, all other hosting options may be explored until a suitable Host is found.

Third party communication is allowed for this tournament. (i.e. Skype, TeamSpeak, Discord etc.).However, players must be able to communicate with any staff member that joins the server.



The servers for the matches will be provided by GamingMonk

The players have 15 minutes from the scheduled match start time to show-up and be ready to start the match. Failure to do so will result in a forfeit.

We highly suggest that players check their ping to the server for the match before beginning regulation play and contact the GamingMonk Staff in case of any issues.

If a player’s connection to the server becomes unreasonable during a game, the Game must still be played. After each Game, either player may request that a new Host be tested, if the previous server was unreasonable.

If during a match the game becomes exceptionally laggy, resulting in an unplayable scenario the game can be restarted with the approval of the GamingMonk Admin Staff.

A restart can only be done with prior admin approval. To contact an admin from the GamingMonk staff, click on the chat button on the bottom right corner of the screen and receive approval.

If any player disconnects during the match they forfeit the tourney.


Server crash
If the server crashes before three rounds have been completed (in a half), the server must be restarted and the half's score will be reset to 0-0.

It is mandatory for all players to record one point-of-view (POV) demo per map for the full duration of all matches without exceptions.In general not working demos will be treated as missing demos, although the final decision is up to the admin. If the demo is incomplete, the admin will decide whether or not it will be treated as a missing demo. If a protest has been opened for a match, In case of a match abort the aborting team loses any right for a demo. If the server crashes no automatic replay will be available. In this case players have to upload demos on admin request.


Both players must report the Match results within 5 minutes of its completion.

The report score function will only display 15 minutes after the designated start time of the fixture.

Both players must enter the result.

If both players enter the result differently, a member of the Admin Team will be notified of the discrepancy and will intervene.

Players found to be deliberately mis-entering results may face disciplinary action from the Admin Team.

If a Match is not played, and neither players reports a No Show, both players will be removed after 30 minutes.

With your camera or phone, take a video or picture of the stats screen, send the evidence to the admin dealing with your issue in private message. Video evidence is preferred over picture although both are taken.

If a Screenshot(s) or Video(s) is needed in order to resolve a dispute, you must clearly state what the issue is, the time in the video in which the issue occurred, and/or what the GamingMonk Staff member should be looking at in the Screenshot/Video. For all cheating claims, the burden of proof is on the accuser.



All participants in any GamingMonk competition will be required to uphold to the highest standards and observe common sportsmanship. Being abusive in any way towards fellow players or admins will also result in disciplinary action.

Anyone who has been caught cheating in any GamingMonk tournament may be suspended from all future GamingMonk tournaments. GamingMonk Admins will review cases and players may be suspended for a period of not less than one month and is subject to review by GamingMonk admins for readmission after that point. If a player is caught cheating in a GamingMonk match, their team shall forfeit that game.

Players are expected to compete in a professional manner. Throwing a match, halting play without cause, or showing a flagrant lack of effort will be construed as a violation of player conduct, and will result in match forfeit and disqualification from the GamingMonk tournament.



All results and final placements are verified by GamingMonk staff before prizes are awarded.

We aim to credit Prize Money and ProPoints to your wallet after completion of the tournament.


GamingMonk Staff

To contact an admin from the GamingMonk staff, click on the chat button on the bottom right corner of the screen.

GamingMonk Staff can be contacted to answer any questions or solve any dispute you may have during a Match.

Verbal and/or written abuse of a GamingMonk Staff member will not be tolerated. This includes, but is not limited to Forum Posts, Private Messages, and network messages. The user violating this rule will be subject to penalties.

GamingMonk Staff members have the discretion to make necessary calls to ensure the match is completed successfully. When in a match, the GamingMonk Staff member's call is final and must be followed. Failure to do so will result in penalties for your team.



The rules are open to many different interpretations. The only interpretation, which matters, is the interpretation of the Admin team. We reserve the right to modify the rules at any time. This includes changes due to software updates or releases, and any other change deemed necessary. You must understand that the rules listed are guidelines to try and ensure fair and competitive play, and they will be applied by officials based on the spirit of the game. players should check the rules prior to any event to ensure they are in compliance. They should also keep an eye on the website, as changes will be announced on the website. You must be familiar with the current rule set.

INR 10,000 + 5,950 Pro Points :

Winner – INR 8,000 & 2,000 Pro Points.

Runner up – INR 2,000 & 1,250 Pro Points.

3rd & 4th - 650 Pro Points.

5th - 8th - 350 Pro Points.


At the end of each month, Top players on the Pro Points leaderboards will be awarded cash prizes and live event qualification.

1st on the Leaderboard wins INR 8000

2nd on the Leaderboard wins INR 2000

scroll left/right to view complete fixture

1 shantanu porkute Jimmy Nagpur 29700
2 Rahul Gill HellBoy INDIA 1050
3 Dhiren Kumar lazyfox63 Ahmedabad 1750
4 akshit patel ocean777 ahmedabad 1650
5 Noobita Noobita Hyderabad 19050
6 Suraj Ujjene 1ronM 1ronM 7000
7 AAKASH SINGH TOKAS AkzTkz New Delhi 650
8 Ninad Rupwate ninad_rupwate ninad_rupwate 3100
9 Vivek negi vivek14121 viveknegi14 New Delhi 58900
10 Gaurav Raj Mr. Mean Gurgaon 3050
11 Arnav Jit Kalra Logi 13550
12 Mellowpool Gaming mithsel Chennai 1350
13 Brajendra brajendramoda brajendramoda 0
14 mayank kaushik niggASAYyEAh Guwahati 700
15 Debjit Das debjitdas200 INDIA 0
16 Souvik Sezer Dewanjee souvikdewanjee2002 INDIA 0
17 Jayant Kumar spyder New Delhi 23000
18 Shreyam shukla Shreyam1620 Ahmedabad 2350
19 Abhishek Mackle macklecs New Delhi 19200

Jayant Kumar (spyder)



Noobita (Noobita)