European Masters 2019 Qualification Overview

The fifth Race to Berlin is on!

The table below shows the possible invitation list for the European Masters 2019 end of year finals on Saturday the 30th of November in Berlin, Germany.

See the European Masters 2019 information page for more on the structure of the tournament.

On Monday 4th November invitations will be extended to the top 9 players who are European residents and have taken part in at least three tournaments and/or won a major tournament. If a player declines the invitation, the next lower ranked player who has taken part in at least three tournaments will be invited. The 10th spot in the 2019 tournament will be by special invite, to be decided in November, to reward strong participation and/or unique contributions to competitive combat throughout 2019.

The "provisional position" shows who would be invited if the invites went out today. Closer to the event, the top players can't be overtaken, no matter what happens at later tournaments. Those "not yet qualified" can theoretically be overtaken by enough players ranked just below them to bump them from the top 10.

This is a rough guide only, for the current top 30 players in the 2019 race rankings. The formula will become more accurate as the number of tournaments left in 2019 decreases.

Provisional
Position
Race
Rank
Player Current
Points
Tournaments
Entered
Notes (click for more information) Possible
Extra Points
Possible
Total Points

1

1
Wes Peden
1250
1
Qualified by winning a major tournament.
2225
3475

2

2
Luke Burrage
1079
4
Qualified by points and/or by winning a major tournament.
1545
2624

3

3
Bas Van de Kerkhof
1040
4
Not yet qualified.
1345
2385

4

4
Andreas Braun
1005
4
Not yet qualified.
1225
2230

5
Julius Preu
1000
2
Must enter 1 more tournament to be eligible.
1975
2975

5

6
Jochen Pfeiffer
906
3
Not yet qualified.
1944
2850

6

7
Stephan Cipra
901
10
Not yet qualified.
1412
2313

7

8
Vašek Peca
820
4
Not yet qualified.
1515
2335

8

9
Sebastian Martini
726
6
Not yet qualified.
1724
2450

9

10
Leo Ostenrath
705
3
Not yet qualified.
1795
2500

10

11
Kilian Maidhof
693
7
Not yet qualified.
1642
2335

12
Michael Masson
685
3
Requires 9 more points to reach 9th qualifying spot.
1625
2310

13
Fabian Fehlhaber
675
4
Requires 19 more points to reach 9th qualifying spot.
1649
2324

14
Michal Keda
656
4
Requires 38 more points to reach 9th qualifying spot.
1630
2286

15
Michał Kozak
600
2
Requires 94 more points to reach 9th qualifying spot.
1625
2225

=17
Simon Wright
590
5
Not a resident of Europe.
1635
2225

=17
Gavin Hillier
590
3
Not a resident of Europe.
1635
2225

18
Rafi Benjamin
565
2
Not a resident of Europe.
1660
2225

19
Mark Williams
540
2
Not a resident of Europe.
1685
2225

20
Simon À Campo
528
3
Requires 166 more points to reach 9th qualifying spot.
1785
2313

21
Iver Tronstad
510
1
Requires 184 more points from 2 more tournaments to reach 9th qualifying spot.
2225
2735

22
Callum Lawrie
505
3
Requires 189 more points to reach 9th qualifying spot.
1775
2280

23
Josh Horton
500
1
Not a resident of Europe.
1725
2225

24
Liri Kamay
475
2
Requires 219 more points to reach 9th qualifying spot.
1975
2450

25
Richard Sullivan
450
2
Not a resident of Europe.
1775
2225

26
Rob Woolley
448
4
Requires 246 more points to reach 9th qualifying spot.
1850
2298

27
Jon Peat
438
3
Requires 256 more points to reach 9th qualifying spot.
1875
2313

28
Sander Vanpraet
415
4
Requires 279 more points to reach 9th qualifying spot.
1920
2335

29
Jakub Czekała
405
3
Requires 289 more points to reach 9th qualifying spot.
1820
2225

30
Patrick Adderley
375
4
Not a resident of Europe.
1850
2225

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