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DreamHack SteelSeries Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) Championship with $250,000 in the prize pool will definitely be the tournament of the year when it comes to professional Counter-Strike. Find all information about the tournament below. Follow us on Twitter @LiquipediaCS if you'd like to be kept up to date on all things Counter-Strike! Liquipedia will soon drop support for Internet Explorer. S-Tier Tournaments

Instead, the two teams will go head-to-head in digital combat, aiming to shoot the other team down in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, an online video game, during the Electronics Sports Gaming ... Mar 27, 2019 · The CS:GO tournament was the main highlight with more than 126 million hours watched and nearly 195 million viewers (accumulated daily viewers over the duration of the entire event), the recent $1 million Intel® Extreme Masters Katowice Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Major is officially the most-watched ESL CS:GO tournament ever. He has acquired multiple national championship titles including WCG, IeSF, CGS and many others during his prime. Gavin’s past CS:GO teams include eDTS, FMJ, KL Taufan, Karnal and Team Lz. He has been in the Esports scene for more than 15 years now.

Jan 24, 2017 · Eight of the top women’s CS:GO teams will battle for a share of $30,000 at IEM Katowice 2017. For the third year in a row, during the Intel® Extreme Masters World Championship in Katowice, Poland the best women’s Counter-Strike:Global Offensive teams will take the stage to battle for the title of Intel® Challenge Katowice champions and a share of the $30,000 prize pool. Sep 07, 2018 · The prize pool is once again $1,000,000 and the 24-team format introduced at the previous Major will be used again. This is the first Major to be held by FACEIT. FACEIT London Major Tickets: http ... The Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Major Championships, commonly known as Majors, are Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) esports tournaments sponsored by Valve Corporation, the game's developer. The Majors were first introduced in 2013 and took place in Jönköping, Sweden and was hosted by DreamHack with a total prize pool of US$250,000. Launched with Counter-Strike: Global Offensive in May 2016, the league featured 24 teams from across the world to compete in two 10-week league seasons annually, which includes a regular season, playoffs, and a championship.