G2, Complexity, Astralis, Na’Vi, Evil Geniuses, and Liquid are the validated teams so far.

DreamHack has revealed its last CS: GO Masters occasion for 2020– DreamHack Masters Winter– which will be played from Nov. 30 to Dec. 6, the competition organizer announced today.

The event will be held online in four areas– Europe, The United States And Canada, Asia, and Oceania– and will provide an overall $250,000 prize swimming pool. DreamHack Masters Winter season will be the last Masters-level tournament in the ESL Pro Tour ranking toward IEM Katowice 2021, one of ESL’s Masters championship.

The European competition will have 16 CS: GO groups. Twelve teams will be directly invited, while the remaining 4 will come from qualifiers. G2, Complexity, Astralis, and Natus Vincere have actually already been verified for the prominent event. DreamHack Masters Winter season Europe will split the 16 teams into two double-elimination groups of eight each, followed by a single-elimination playoff bracket.

In North America, the tournament will include considerably fewer teams. DreamHack will invite four teams apart from Evil Geniuses and Group Liquid, who are already confirmed, and two other squads will acquire a slot through qualifiers. DreamHack Masters Winter season The United States and Canada will utilize a GSL group phase, which will be followed by a single-elimination playoff bracket.

Asia and Oceania will have four groups each and the individuals will be selected via the very same formula– direct invites and qualifiers. DreamHack hasn’t verified any teams from these 2 areas yet.

DreamHack will distribute $150,000 to European groups and $70,000 for The United States and Canada, while Asia and Oceania teams will play for $15,000 each.