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IEM Katowice 2021

A year after Natus Vincere were crowned champions of IEM Katowice 2020. We return with one of the biggest esports events of the year and invite 24 of the worlds best teams to attend IEM Katowice 2021. Teams have battled over the last 12 months for points in the ESL Pro Tour to earn their shot at marking their name down in history. They will go head to head against some of the best for their chance at a point in the Intel Grand Slam, crucial ESL Pro Tour points and a share of $1,000,000.

Play In (Best of 1)

Cloud9 vs Spirit (Inferno) Map 1

BIG vs Movistar Riders (Inferno) Map 1

Complexity vs NiP (Nuke) Map 1

Renegades vs mousesports (Inferno) Map 1

BLAST Premier Spring Groups 2021

The twelve teams are drawn from around the World, and consists of legacy organisations, legacy rosters and exciting new faces to the scene. BLAST Premier is working with partners across the world to create a Qualifying Series to open a route for all teams into BLAST Premier. These qualifiers will be regionalized with 8 feeding into the Spring Showdown & 8 feeding into the Fall Showdown. Each Qualifying Series Finals will each have 8 teams coming from a mix of existing regional leagues, open qualifiers and direct invites.

BLAST Premier Spring Groups 2021: Group 1

Day 1 | Astralis vs NiP, BIG vs OG

Day 2 | NIP vs BIG, Astralis vs OG

Day 3 | BIG vs Astralis + NIP vs Winner

Beyond The Summit: cs_summit 7

The seventh tournament of The Summit Series starts right after the end of Blast Global Finals 2020, so CS:GO fans will have some players to root for. As such grands like Astralis, Vitality, and NaVi will be absent at the tournament, the other teams will have a great chance to get a good share of the considerable prize pool of $200,000. The tournament will be held in two stages: the group stage and the payoff in the Single Elimination format with Bo3 matches.

Group Stage

OG vs Dignitas (Inferno) Map 1

OG vs Dignitas (Train) Map 2

OG vs Dignitas (Mirage) Map 3

Fnatic vs Complexity (Train) Map 1

BLAST Premier Global Final

8 of the world’s best esports teams. The world’s best players and biggest stars. The BLAST Premier Global Final has a prize pool of $1 million. The tournament is a double elimination bracket with all matches best of three, and also a grand final to finish the weekend.
BLAST Premier Global Final prize pool:

  • 1st -- NaVi -- $600,000
  • 2nd -- Astralis -- $200,000
  • 3rd -- Vitality -- $80,000
  • 4th -- Liquid -- $50,000
  • 5/6 -- Evil Geniuses, G2 -- $20,000
  • 7/8 -- FURIA, Complexity -- $15,000

Group Stage

Day 1 | Astralis vs EG, G2 vs Furia

Day 2 | Vitality vs Complexity, NaVi vs Team Liquid, EG vs Furia

Day 3 | COL vs NaVi, Astralis vs G2, Vitality vs Liquid

Day 4 | Liquid vs EG, G2 vs NaVi

IEM Global Challenge 2020

Intel Extreme Masters Global Challenge 2020 is set to bring the best European and North American teams together in one division competing over a prize money of $500,000 USD. The Intel Grand Slam awarding tournament will be taking place across December 15 - 20. The top 8 performing teams from IEM New York 2020, IEM Beijing-Haidian 2020 and DreamHack Open Fall 2020 and the ESL World Ranking are invited

Group Stage

Vitality vs BIG (Vertigo) Map 1

Vitality vs BIG (Inferno) Map 2

Vitality vs BIG (Nuke) Map 3

Astralis vs Complexity (Dust2) Map 1

Dream Hack Masters Winter 2020

Since 2016, DreamHack has run and developed the DreamHack Masters concept, bringing some of the best teams in the game Counter-Strike: Global Offensive together for a large-scale tournament. DreamHack Masters focuses on the viewer experience for those watching from around the world via the online stream and our linear broadcasting partners.

Group Stage

FaZe vs Spirit (Dust2) Map 1

FaZe vs Spirit (Mirage) Map 2

Liquid vs mousesports (Inferno) Map 1

Liquid vs mousesports (Dust2) Map 2

Dream Hack Masters Winter 2020: North America

Since 2016, DreamHack has run and developed the DreamHack Masters concept, bringing some of the best teams in the game Counter-Strike: Global Offensive together for a large-scale tournament. DreamHack Masters focuses on the viewer experience for those watching from around the world via the online stream and our linear broadcasting partners.

Group Stage

Chaos vs Rugratz (Overpass) Map 1

Chaos vs Rugratz (Train) Map 2

Chaos vs Rugratz (Nuke) Map 3

Triumph vs Rebirth (Mirage) Map 1

Flash Point 2

Flashpoint was established in 2019 by some of the most influential leaders in esports who hail from major esports organizations: Cloud9, MIBR, Dignitas, Gen.G, c0ntact Gaming, MAD Lions, Envy Gaming and FunPlus Phoenix. Together they created and fully funded Flashpoint, a brand new Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) tournament series, the first of its kind as fully owned and operated by team organizations. Flashpoint aims to create sustainability and prosperity for both players and team organizations while delivering differentiated content and storytelling to fans around the world.

Tower of Babel: Upper Bracket

Cloud9 vs Virtus.pro (Inferno) Map 1

Cloud9 vs Virtus.pro (Overpass) Map 2

OG vs Gen.G (Train) Map 1

OG vs Gen.G (Dust2) Map 2

IEM Beijing 2020: Europe

Featuring four regional divisions: Europe, North America, Oceania and Asia. The competition will host 32 teams competing for $250,000 USD as well as ESL Pro Tour points in order to qualify for the Masters Championship to be held in Katowice in 2021.

IEM Global Challenge :

Intel Extreme Masters Global Challenge 2020 is set to bring the best European and North American teams together in one division competing over a prize money of $500,000 USD. The Intel Grand Slam awarding tournament will be taking place across December 15 - 20. The top 8 performing teams from IEM New York 2020, IEM Beijing-Haidian 2020 and DreamHack Open Fall 2020 and the ESL World Ranking are invited.

Group Stage

Vitality vs Spirit (Inferno) Map 1

Vitality vs Spirit (Nuke) Map 2

FaZe vs OG (Inferno) Map 1

FaZe vs OG (Dust2) Map 2

IEM Beijing 2020: North America

Featuring four regional divisions: Europe, North America, Oceania and Asia. The competition will host 32 teams competing for $250,000 USD as well as ESL Pro Tour points in order to qualify for the Masters Championship to be held in Katowice in 2021.

IEM Global Challenge :

Intel Extreme Masters Global Challenge 2020 is set to bring the best European and North American teams together in one division competing over a prize money of $500,000 USD. The Intel Grand Slam awarding tournament will be taking place across December 15 - 20. The top 8 performing teams from IEM New York 2020, IEM Beijing-Haidian 2020 and DreamHack Open Fall 2020 and the ESL World Ranking are invited.

Group Stage

Liquid vs Rugratz (Nuke) Map 1

Liquid vs Rugratz (Mirage) Map 2

Whalers vs Chaos (Dust2) Map 1

Whalers vs Chaos (Nuke) Map 2

Dream Hack Open Fall 2020

Congratulations to Heroic, who ultimately took the series 3-2 over Team Vitality in the Grand Final! Besides clinching the biggest share of the prize pool and Regional Major Rankings points, Heroic have also earned a spot at the upcoming IEM Global Challenge and will play for a slice of the massive $500,000 prize pool. That's not all! Heroic have earned points in the ESL Pro Tour circuit and is now in the lead in securing an invite towards Katowice 2021

Group Stage

Vitality vs Mousesports (Nuke) Map 1

Vitality vs Mousesports (Dust2) Map 2

Fnatic vs OG (Mirage) Map 1

Fnatic vs OG (Train) Map 2

IEM New York 2020: EU

The Search For Three Regional Champions

Taking place across the 6th - 25th of October, IEM New York 2020 Online features three regional divisions; Europe, North America and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) with 32 teams in total competing for $250,000. The tournament will be awarding ESL Pro Tour (EPT) points towards IEM Katowice 2021 and Regional Major Ranking (RMR) points for the NA and CIS region.

Group Stage: EU

G2 vs Complexity (Overpass) Map 1

G2 vs Complexity (Vertigo) Map 2

Vitality vs fnatic (Inferno) Map 1

Vitality vs fnatic (Vertigo) Map 2

IEM New York 2020: NA

The Search For Three Regional Champions

Taking place across the 6th - 25th of October, IEM New York 2020 Online features three regional divisions; Europe, North America and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) with 32 teams in total competing for $250,000. The tournament will be awarding ESL Pro Tour (EPT) points towards IEM Katowice 2021 and Regional Major Ranking (RMR) points for the NA and CIS region.

Group Stage: NA

Whalers vs ImPerium (Train) Map 1

Whalers vs ImPerium (Overpass) Map 2

Evil Geniuses vs Triumph (Overpass) Map 1

Evil Geniuses vs Triumph (Inferno) Map 2

IEM New York 2020: CIS

The Search For Three Regional Champions

Taking place across the 6th - 25th of October, IEM New York 2020 Online features three regional divisions; Europe, North America and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) with 32 teams in total competing for $250,000. The tournament will be awarding ESL Pro Tour (EPT) points towards IEM Katowice 2021 and Regional Major Ranking (RMR) points for the NA and CIS region.

Group Stage: CIS

Espada vs forZe (Inferno) Map 1

Espada vs forZe (Dust2) Map 2

Espada vs forZe (Mirage) Map 3

Virtus.pro vs K23 (Dust2) Map 2

ESL Pro League Season 12: Europe

After a record-breaking season in March, ESL Pro League returns on September 1st with an online broadcasted format. The world's best teams will fight for the Pro League Championship in another 5-week long season in 5 regional divisions! Due to the ongoing global health dynamics, ESL Pro League Season 12 will be hosted online in five regional divisions across the globe. The divisions from Season 11 (Europe and North America) will be extended by South America, Asia, and Oceania to guarantee all teams who owned a spot for Season 11 but couldn't participate as well as the teams qualifying through the promised special qualifier to compete in Season 12. The remaining teams were invited based on the World Ranking end of July, which included all competitions that were completed before the summer break.

Group Stages: Europe

NaVi vs GODSENT (Nuke) Map 1

NaVi vs GODSENT (Dust2) Map 2

G2 vs OG (Inferno) Map 1

G2 vs OG (Train) Map 2

ESL Pro League Season 12: North America

After a record-breaking season in March, ESL Pro League returns on September 1st with an online broadcasted format. The world's best teams will fight for the Pro League Championship in another 5-week long season in 5 regional divisions! Due to the ongoing global health dynamics, ESL Pro League Season 12 will be hosted online in five regional divisions across the globe. The divisions from Season 11 (Europe and North America) will be extended by South America, Asia, and Oceania to guarantee all teams who owned a spot for Season 11 but couldn't participate as well as the teams qualifying through the promised special qualifier to compete in Season 12. The remaining teams were invited based on the World Ranking end of July, which included all competitions that were completed before the summer break.

Group Stages: North America

Liquid vs Chaos (Nuke) Map 1

Liquid vs Chaos (Dust2) Map 2

Liquid vs Chaos (Mirage) Map 3

FURIA vs Cloud9 (Overpass) Map 1

ESL Pro League Season 12: Asia, Oceanic, South America

After a record-breaking season in March, ESL Pro League returns on September 1st with an online broadcasted format. The world's best teams will fight for the Pro League Championship in another 5-week long season in 5 regional divisions! Due to the ongoing global health dynamics, ESL Pro League Season 12 will be hosted online in five regional divisions across the globe. The divisions from Season 11 (Europe and North America) will be extended by South America, Asia, and Oceania to guarantee all teams who owned a spot for Season 11 but couldn't participate as well as the teams qualifying through the promised special qualifier to compete in Season 12. The remaining teams were invited based on the World Ranking end of July, which included all competitions that were completed before the summer break.

Group Stages: OCE

Renegades vs Chiefs (Nuke) Map 1

Renegades vs Chiefs (Vertigo) Map 2

ORDER vs AVANT (Inferno) Map 1

ORDER vs AVANT (Train) Map 2

ESL One Cologne 2020

Our team went above and beyond trying to make ESL One Cologne 2020 powered by Intel happen offline this year, but after a thorough evaluation we’ve concluded that we have to transition to an Online Tournament. The decision was made after extensive research and understanding of global travel regulations and individual national guidelines due to ongoing COVID-19 measures. So this year, we are splitting the trophy across four regional divisions: Europe, North America, Asia and Oceania from 18th - 30th of August and are looking forward to bringing it back together at LANXESS arena in 2021 with fans, players, our crew, and of course, you.

Group Stages: Europe

OG vs NiP (Inferno) Map 1

OG vs NiP (Train) Map 2

OG vs NiP (Mirage) Map 3

Astralis vs fnatic (Nuke) Map 1

Beyond the Summit: CS Summit 6

The Summit 6 is the sixth tournament in a series of LAN events run by Beyond The Summit. Teams battle through a double elimination bracket. All games are Bo3, Grand finals Bo5.

EU Closed Qualifiers

fnatic vs Nordavind (Mirage) Map 1

fnatic vs Nordavind (Inferno) Map 2

fnatic vs Nordavind (Overpass) Map 3

Dignitas vs FATE (Dust2) Map 1

DreamHack Masters Spring 2020

32 teams across online regional championships will compete for the $300,000 prize pool. Most matches start about 20 minutes into vods.

Group Stage

Astralis vs Heroic (Train) Map 1

Astralis vs Heroic (Inferno) Map 2

G2 vs North (Vertigo) Map 1

G2 vs North (Inferno) Map 2

ESL Road to Rio EU

ESL One: Road to Rio is the first of multiple regional competitions that will act as the official qualification method to ESL's CS:GO Major in November 2020. 56 of the world's best teams will compete across four weeks between April 22nd & May 17th. All participating teams get the chance to reach the CS:GO Major at Rio de Janeiro in November. All matches are best of three.

Group Stage: EU

Astralis vs Complexity (Vertigo) Map 1

Astralis vs Complexity (Nuke) Map 2

Astralis vs Complexity (Train) Map 3

Fnatic vs ENCE (Dust2) Map 1

ESL Road to Rio NA

ESL One: Road to Rio is the first of multiple regional competitions that will act as the official qualification method to ESL's CS:GO Major in November 2020. 56 of the world's best teams will compete across four weeks between April 22nd & May 17th. All participating teams get the chance to reach the CS:GO Major at Rio de Janeiro in November. All matches are best of three.

Group Stage: NA

100 Thieves vs Gen.G (Mirage) Map 1

100 Thieves vs Gen.G (Dust2) Map 2

Evil Geniuses vs Orgless (Mirage) Map 1

Evil Geniuses vs Orgless (Inferno) Map 2

ESL Road to Rio CIS

ESL One: Road to Rio is the first of multiple regional competitions that will act as the official qualification method to ESL's CS:GO Major in November 2020. 56 of the world's best teams will compete across four weeks between April 22nd & May 17th. All participating teams get the chance to reach the CS:GO Major at Rio de Janeiro in November. All matches are best of three.

Group Stage: CIS

forZe vs Nemiga (Overpass) Map 1

forZe vs Nemiga (Mirage) Map 2

Unique vs Winstrike (Nuke) Map 1

Unique vs Winstrike (Vertigo) Map 2

ESL Road to Rio South America, Oceanic, & Asia

ESL One: Road to Rio is the first of multiple regional competitions that will act as the official qualification method to ESL's CS:GO Major in November 2020. 56 of the world's best teams will compete across four weeks between April 22nd & May 17th. All participating teams get the chance to reach the CS:GO Major at Rio de Janeiro in November. All matches are best of three.

Group Stage: South America

RED Canids vs BOOM (Nuke) Map 1

RED Canids vs BOOM (Overpass) Map 2

RED Canids vs BOOM (Mirage) Map 3

Isurus vs Imperial (Train) Map 1

ESL Pro League Season 11

We are raising the stakes with a new truly global format of the ESL Pro League! Starting with Season 11, the best invited and qualified teams in the world will go head to head in exciting matches from the very beginning of the competition all the way to the season finals in the space of a month. No more regional divisions, and all teams from across the globe mixed together guarantees esports at its purest!

Group Stage

ENCE vs Spirit (Inferno) Map 1

ENCE vs Spirit (Train) Map 2

Vitality vs GODSENT (Vertigo) Map 1

Vitality vs GODSENT (Nuke) Map 2

IEM Katowice 2020

IEM Katowice and the Spodek Arena have been fundamental since we set out to take esports to the biggest stages in the world. Starting in 2013 as a centerpiece of the League of Legends competitive calendar, the event has grown year after year, especially since the introduction of CS:GO in 2014, when it hosted the second-ever Major in the game’s history. From that day on, our annual Counter-Strike tournament has been one of the main attractions in the global esports calendar. It's an experience every fan wants to have, it’s a stage where every player wants to perform at their best.

Group Stage

Astralis vs Cloud9 (Overpass) Map 1

Astralis vs Cloud9 (Train) Map 2

NiP vs Vitality (Vertigo) Map 1

NiP vs Vitality (Nuke) Map 2

DreamHack Open Anahiem 2020

Thank you for supporting the first ever DreamHack on the west coast! Whether you attended as a player, a visitor, or watched our streams from home, we couldn't have done it without you. Players competed for over $580,000 in prize money. Congratulations to all the winners!

Group Stage

FURIA vs Endpoint (Inferno)

ENCE vs Gen.G (Nuke)

North vs forZe (Nuke)

MiBR vs Complexity (Dust2)