DreamHack Masters Dallas 2019 is an esports tournament that will show the world who are the masters of CSGO. An event that will take place on the 28th May until 2nd June in Dallas at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center. The top 16 esports teams will get to compete for a prize pool of $250K, showing the esports world, who are the masters of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
A History of DreamHack Masters Winning CSGO Teams
DreamHack Masters Dallas is quite a popular esports event that has broken viewership records year on year. This can also be thanks to the intrigue and mystery that surrounds the tournament of who will be the masters of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
So let’s take a look at the previous winners of DreamHack Masters.
DreamHack Masters Stockholm 2018
The CSGO Premier tournament got a peak viewership reaching 253K people who eagerly followed their favourite teams battle it out. One of the best CSGO finalists is no surprise here was Astralis who beat squads like MIBR and Ninjas in Pyjamas. Meanwhile, North overcame Natus Vincere in the Playoffs as well as Mousesports in the Semifinals.
The Grand finals saw the two Danish teams battle head to head, The first game on Dust II was quite a shocking surprise, North defeated Astralis with an incredible score 16-1. Astralis took the second game on the Train map winning with a record 16-6. On the other hand, North felt they could win the tournament and fought to pick up their pace in Overpass that lead to a win, 16-11. The Northerners accomplished a most significant success over the world’s best CSGO team, taking home the DreamHack Masters Stockholm title and $100K cash prize.
DreamHack Masters Marseille 2018
This CSGO event had a peak viewership of 1.4 million people who watched the live streaming online. Navi went through to the Grand Finals beating Mousesports in the quarterfinals and Gambit Esports in the Semis. Meanwhile Astralis outplayed Faze Clan in the Quarters and Fnatic in the Semis.
The Danes met the Ukrainians in the Grand Finals dominating the first CS game on Nuke with a score gap of 16-4, in fact, the result clearly indicated who was the strongest of them both. However, in the second round, Navi fought back hard to keep up pace in Inferno but Astralis were definitely stronger and difficult to beat. This was the start of an ongoing winning streak taking Astralis to the top rankings of the World’s best CSGO teams holding their first place for a whole year and a few months.
DreamHack Masters Malmo 2017
This CSGO event marks the second time that DreamHack organized such an esports event in Malmo. The best of the best Counter-Strike units were G2 Esports and North, who made their way through to the Finals. G2 Esports beat the likes of SK and Ninjas in Pyjamas in the Playoffs while North defeated Immortals and Gambit Esports.
Around 620K CSGO fans watched the online live streaming of DreamHack Masters Malmo Grand Final 2017. The finalist G2 Esports faced off North to win an intense battle on the Inferno map and Cobblestone that lead to their easy winning score of 2-0, taking home a prize of $100K.
DreamHack Masters Las Vegas 2017
The great thing about esports tournaments is that there is some mystery as to who will win the event. The mystery played a part in the tournament’s viewership that reached 737K people who watched the live streaming online. Many CSGO fans thought that the World’s best CSGO team of the time SK Gaming would take the title however, it did not work out that way. The Brazilian CS squad overcame the likes of Navi and North in the Playoffs. Meanwhile, Virtus.Pro managed to outplay Mousesports and Astralis to advance in the Grand Finals.
The decider match kicked off with the first map Cobblestone where SK Gaming beat Virtus.Pro 16-8, of course showing off their potential in game. On the other hand, VP quickly learnt the Brazilian tactics and took over the two following games on the maps Train and Mirage, winning the Grand Final 2-1 to take home a grand prize of $200K.
Favorite CSGO Teams at DreamHack Masters Dallas 2019
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Ninjas in Pyjamas
The recent participation at the Blast Pro Series Madrid 2019, the Ninjas finished in third. They got to play in the Pro Standoff against their choice of a weaker team Giants Gaming to win the tournament 3-2. Now, NiP are among the top 6 CSGO teams and the rankings back up for their performances through 2019. One of the best achievements was at the Blast Pro Series Sao Paulo finishing place. While in Counter-Strike events like IEM Sydney and the StarSeries & iLeague CSGO Season 7and IEM Katowice, Ninjas have kept up their performance to rank between 5th-8th place. Will NiP Improve on the winning statistics to surprise the CSGO audience?
This team ended 2018 on a good note winning the PLG Grand Slam 2018, beating G2 Esports, taking home $70K. A few good placings include iBuypower Masters IV and the World Electronic Sports Games 2018. The most significant successes for Fnatic was reaching the grand finals at the StarSeries iLeague CSGO Season 7. Their Counter-Strike performance was impressive even though the Swedes had a weak showing in the previous months. Maintaining their pace and good winning strategies will help Fnatic proceed through the Group Stages, however, the squad may struggle against top CSGO teams.
The latest success for Ence was at the Blast Pro Series Madrid 2019 dominating over Astralis, a surprising turn of events. Other notable events also include placing third at the Blast Pro Series Sao Paulo and second at the IEM Katowice 2019. Their good placing in several of the recent matches have placed Ence among the top three CSGO teams in the world. Do you think Ence will reach Dreamhack Masters Dallas Grand Finals?