Dreamhack Open Winter 2018
With eSports gaming momentum worldwide, events like Dreamhack, inaugurated in 2012, continue to attract millions of participants, viewers and attendants. Headlined by Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO), it has grown into a magnanimous internet sports circuit, and a computer festival featuring 8 live tours stops and LAN parties around the world every year. Two of the main events take place in Jonkoping, Sweden during summer (June) and kicks off during winter (November). Moreover, there are other events, competitions and competitions in parts of North America and Europe.
Saying that Dreamhack Open has become a sensation in eSports betting Canada would be an understatement. In 2012, 233, 000 people attended the inaugural event, and with more than 135 million watching via live streaming, it has significantly grown into one of the world’s most famed eSports events featuring Cosplay competitions, CS:GO games, CSGO bets and LAN parties. Streamers are always on standby to update you on every happening, every second.
This post provides you with information about the ongoing winter 2018 event. According to information available on Dreamhack official website, there are lots of winter activities lined up till 2019 October such as the following:
- Seville, Spain: 13th — 17th December 2018.
- Esuperliga 2018: Copenhagen, Denmark at Forum Arena, 17th December 2018.
- 21st — 23rd December, Mumbai, India.
- Leipzig, German, 15th — 17th February 2019
- Crosshair Dream League season 11: 22nd — 24th Mar in Stockholm Sweden
Important Briefs for Dreamhack Open Winter 2018/2019
Whether you have been attending or are set to do so for the first time, the following information is important, not to mention that you should always book your spot in good time:
- 6 direct invites based on featured eSports ranking and results (5 for North American and European region qualifiers, and one for a wildcat team). Online qualifiers available,
- Dreamhack Open winter 2018 will run for 3 days.
- From eight teams, further split into two groups of four, only two will advance to playoffs after going past double bracket elimination stage.
- First and winner matches will advance to the best-of-one map.
- The remaining teams in the group stage will take part in the best-of-three map.
Esports betting Canada: Why Take Part?
There are many reasons why you should not miss out in this year’s winter Dreamhack Open winter event either as a bettor on possible winning outcomes, viewer or participant.
- It provides attendants with a platform for broadening their knowledge in eSports.
- There are many competitions in which you can take part.
- A chance to enjoy lectures from eSports game developers.
- Enjoy music performances from top artists.
- An opportunity to test your Cosplay skills.
- Sign up with cybersports gaming culture communities.
- Witness firsthand, fair DreamExpo.
Groups Worth Joining in this Winter’s Event
- BYOC Game rows/tournaments where you not only meet amazing people and with whom you play games. Choose from a range of titles.
- BYOC 20+ LAN Lounge is a new addition exclusive for 20+ Ultra and 20+ Premium ticket holders. There is a chill lounge for members, snacks, and viewing area. You also get to take part in competitive activities and earn points. You have a real chance of joining Hall of Fame if you win BYOC tournaments.
- Dreamhack Open Winter got talent for dancers.
- Expo group.
- Streamers studio.
There are several prize pools for winners in this year’s Dreamhack Open winter event such as the following:
- $100, 000 for Dreamhack Open CS: GO
- $200, 000 for Qauke Champions winners.
- $50, 000 Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege
- $15, 000 HCT Grand Prix Hearthstone