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CS:GO: All teams and casters

Today we’re announcing the full team list for DreamHack SteelSeries CS:GO Championship that will be played at DreamHack Summer 2013 15-18 June. 14 out of 16 teams are now ready for the main tournament. All fans at home will be able to follow the action on two 720p HD streams from the event.

At DreamHack Summer 2013 we’re introducing a new group stage format for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive that makes it easier for the viewers to follow the action in the group stage. Every match matters and we’ll broadcast all group stage matches with two official streams from location. Each stream will follow one group and as a viewer it will be easy to follow the tournament.

DreamHack will team up with our production partners KAOS.TV and the stream will once again feature instant-replays and other cool features. DreamHack will have a nordic mix of casters as Denmark and Finland will be represented on both streams. On the first stream you’ll have Anders Blume and Lurppis and on the second stream you’ll have Rizc and Natu. Fnatic cArn will appear as expert.

Caster line-up:
Anders Blume
Lurppis
Rizc
Natu
cArn (Extra)

DreamHack is also glad to welcome Team Alternate and Team X (formerly known as Absolute Legends) to the event – both teams qualified through RaidCall EMS One Summer 2013. Finally the last team before the BYOC-qualifier will be Epsilon eSports that qualified through Fnatic FragOut League.

Main tournament – Team list:

1. NiP-Gaming – Invited, DreamHack Winter 2012 Champions
2. Curse – Invited
3. ESC – Invited
4. Fnatic – Invited
5. Copenhagen Wolves – Invited
6. Virtus.Pro – Invited
7. TeamLDLC.com – Invited
8. TeamX – formerly known as Absolute Legends (RaidCall EMS One Summer 2013)
9. Team Alternate – (RaidCall EMS One Summer 2013)
10. Epsilon eSports – (Fnatic FragOut League)
11. Western Wolves (Online Qualifier Denmark)
12. myDGB.net (Online Qualifier Finland)
13. /10/ (LAN Qualifier Belarus)
14. Refuse – formerly known as ESG – (LAN Qualifier Sweden)
15. BYOC Qualifier – Register your team here!
16. BYOC Qualifier – Register your team here!

Main tournament


Tournament: DreamHack SteelSeries CS:GO Championship
Head Sponsor: SteelSeries
Sponsors: Benq, Intel & Fragnet
Location: DreamHack Summer 2013, Tournament Area in Hall B, Elmia, Jönköping, Sweden
Date: 15-17 June 2013
No of teams: 16
Tournament format: Group stage 4 teams in 4 groups Double Elimination BO1 play. Top-2 advance. Single elimination BO3 playoffs.
Platform: PC, Latest available patch
Rules: TBA
Prize Purse: Total – 200 000 SEK
1. 70 000 SEK
2. 40 000 SEK
3-4. 25 000 SEK
3-4. 25 000 SEK
5-8. 10 000 SEK
5-8. 10 000 SEK
5-8. 10 000 SEK
5-8. 10 000 SEK

Schedule in short:

Saturday 15th of June – Group A / B
16.30 Warm-up
18.00 Group A / Group B: Match #1: Team 1 vs. Team 4
19.00 Group A / Group B: Match #2: Team 2 vs. Team 3
20.00 Group A / Group B: Match #3: Winner Match #1 vs. Winner Match #2 – Winner advance to Playoffs with Seed #1
21.00 Group A / Group B: Match #4: Looser Match #1 vs. Looser Match #2
22.00 Group A / Group B: Match #5: Winner Match #4 vs. Looser Match #3 – Winner advance to Playoffs with Seed #2

Sunday 16th of June – Group C / D
16.30 Warm-up
18.00 Group C / Group D: Match #1: Team 1 vs. Team 4
19.00 Group C / Group D: Match #2: Team 2 vs. Team 3
20.00 Group C / Group D: Match #3: Winner Match #1 vs. Winner Match #2 – Winner advance to Playoffs with Seed #1
21.00 Group C / Group D: Match #4: Looser Match #1 vs. Looser Match #2
22.00 Group C / Group D: Match #5: Winner Match #4 vs. Looser Match #3 – Winner advance to Playoffs with Seed #2

Monday 17th of June – Playoffs
10.00 Round of 8 – BO3
13.00 Semifinals – BO3
16.00 Grand Final – 1st map
18.00 Grand Final – 2nd & 3rd map

SteelSeries


From day one, SteelSeries has been focused on making professional gaming gear that provide meaningful benefits to gamers of all skill-level, with the most demanding being those gamers whose lively hood depends on the performance of our products. We believe, as most gamers do, in winning, not trying!
What originally began as a small two-person operation in Copenhagen back in 2001 has become a global leader in professional gaming products. SteelSeries recognized the need for superior, high-quality professional gaming gear that would give players a competitive edge.

More information can be found at www.steelseries.com

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