DreamHack will host the first Masters tournament of 2020 online

The organizers of DreamHack Masters Jönköping 2020 announced the cancellation of the tournament scheduled for early June due to the ongoing coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. However, the tournament operator has announced an online championship for Europe, North America, Asia and Oceania called DreamHack Masters Spring, which will run from 19 May to 14 June.

Due to the ongoing health and safety concerns in the world, and in the interest of the safety and health of our players and staff, DreamHack Masters has been rescheduled and moved to an online format in order to fulfil our promise of bringing the CS:GO community the world's best action.

Tournament Schedule and Format

DreamHack Masters Spring – covering Europe, North America, Asia, and Oceania – is split into two time periods; May 19-30, with the group stage of the regional championships in Europe and North America running in parallel, and the playoffs taking place between June 8-14. The Asian and Oceanic championships will run in parallel between June 2-7.

The total prize pool of $300,000 will be split between the four regions as follows; $160,000 for Europe, $100,000 for North America, $20,000 for Asia, and $20,000 for Oceania. Each region will run qualifiers running between April 16-20.

List of DreamHack Masters Spring participants:

Europe ($160,000)

 MAD Lions
Invite #13
Invite #14
 Qualification finalist #1
 Qualification finalist #2

North America ($100,000)

 Evil Geniuses
 100 Thieves
 Qualification finalist #1
 Qualification finalist #2

Asia ($20,000)

 Qualification finalist #1
 Qualification finalist #2

Oceania ($20,000)

 Qualification finalist #1
 Qualification finalist #2