DreamHack Masters Spring 2020: Viewer’s Guide


DreamHack Masters Spring 2020: Viewer's Guide

DreamHack Masters Spring 2020 pushes through as scheduled with an online format. Today until May 24, 16 CS:GO teams from across the world battle it out for the regional title and the lion’s share of the prize pool from their respective regions.

The event is no different from other major tournaments sponsored by DreamHack. However, regional teams compete with an online format. A total of 16 teams from Europe and North America are divided into four groups with four teams each. European tournaments feature a $160,000 prize pool, while North American tournaments offer a $100,000 prize pool.

Here’s everything you need to know about the event:

Competing Teams

Group A (Europe)
Astralis
G2
Heroic
North

Group B (Europe)
BIG
Mousesports
Complexity
MAD Lions

Group C (Europe)
FaZe Clan
Fnatic
Team Spirit
GODSENT

Group D (Europe)
ENCE
Natus Vincere
Team Vitality
Ninjas in Pyjamas

Group A (North America)
Team Liquid
Furia
MIBR
Bad News Bears

Group B (North America)
100 Thieves
Evil Geniuses
Gen.G
Cloud9

Tournament Format

The tournament format is the same for both regions, which is a common sight for those who know all about Bitcoin CSGO odds. Under each group, teams compete in a round-robin BO3 format. Here, first-place teams advance to the upper bracket, while the second and third-place teams will compete in the lower bracket. All matches onward remain in BO3, except the grand final which is in BO5.

Tournament Schedule

May 19
Astralis vs Heroic
G2 vs North
Team Liquid vs Bad News Bears

May 20
G2 vs Heroic
Astralis vs Nort
MIBR vs Furia

May 21
North vs Heroic
Astralis vs G2
Team Liquid vs Furia

May 22
Mousesports vs Complexity
MAD Lions vs BIG
MIBR vs Bad News Bears

May 23
Mousesports vs BIG
Complexity vs MAD Lions
Team Liquid vs MIBR

May 24
BIG vs Complexity
Mousesports vs MAD Lions
Furia vs Bad News Bears

Streaming Options

Despite the regional divisions, DreamHack assured fans that they won’t have to access multiple streaming platforms to watch European and North American tournaments all at the same time. Each game is broadcasted live and in multiple languages on DreamHack’s main Twitch channel for CS:GO-related content as well as the BetCSGO Live Streams page.