DreamHack Open Fall European RMR to Begin October 15 – Event to Offer Prize Pool Totaling $115,000

Roster Lock for All Teams in RMR, Sept. 9; Open Qualifiers, Sept. 18-20;

Closed Qualifiers, Sept. 22-25; Main Event, Oct. 15-25

STOCKHOLM — The DreamHack Open Fall European Regional Major Rankings (RMR) Tournament will take place October 15-25, with a prize pool totaling $115,000.   The  all-online competition  will be a version of DreamHack’s popular Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) tournament. The tournament will award RMR points towards the next Valve Major.

Important dates to note leading up to the main tournament:

  • September 9 — Roster Lock for all teams already ranked in RMR circuit
  • September 18-20 — Open Qualifiers
  • September 22-25 — Closed Qualifiers
  • October 15-25 — Main Tournament

Tournament Format:

  • Tournament will feature four GSL-style groups with four teams in each group
  • Top two teams from each group will be seeded into the upper bracket of the playoff
  • Third place in the groups will be seeded into the lower bracket of the playoff
  • Fourth place in the groups will be eliminated

Additional information, and the latest updates, will be available online when confirmed: dreamhack.com/open. Read more about the Regional Major Rankings system at the official Counter-Strike: Global Offensive blog.

Updates will also be available on the DreamHack CS:GO Twitter account throughout the tournament.

DreamHack Open Fall will be broadcasted from the Monster Energy DreamHack Studio in Stockholm, with talent and players participating from their homes. Follow the action live at twitch.tv/dreamhackcs.

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The DreamHack Open Fall European Regional Major Rankings (RMR) Tournament will take place October 15-25, with a prize pool totaling $115,000. The all-online competition will be a version of DreamHack’s popular Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) tournament. The tournament will award RMR points towards the next Valve Major.
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