DreamHack Tours 2019

Over the past five years, DreamHack Tours has become an annual esports event hosted in the North of France. The CSGO Major will take place […]

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DreamHack Tours 2019

From: 2019-05-17
To: 2019-05-19
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$100,000
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Teams

5
game console
CS:GO

Tournament Betting Odds

Match brackets

10:00, 19 May

AVANGAR
0
VS
2
Mousesports

13:00, 19 May

Valiance & Co
VS
G2 Esports

Teams

AVANGAR
Team Page
G2 Esports

G2G2e

Team Page
Ghost Gaming
Team Page
Mousesports

Mouz

Team Page
Valiance & Co
Team Page

Groups

Prize Pool

Grand total: $100,000

DreamHack Tours 2019

Over the past five years, DreamHack Tours has become an annual esports event hosted in the North of France. The CSGO Major will take place between the 17th till 19th May, where the top eight teams will face off each other on the international stage. You can watch your favourites battle for the first prize of $50K. This page will keep you updated through the live streaming feature so you will never miss anything while placing your best CSGO betting on DreamHack Tours 2019.

DreamHack esports events are hosted in several different countries and continents like Europe and America. These event have become one of the world’s gaming competitions globally that feature concerts, cosplay, DreamExpo about the gaming culture and so much more.

The Winning CSGO Teams of DreamHack Tours

The very first CSGO tournament DreamHack Tours in France was back in 2015. The Finalists of the event were Fnatic, known as the world’s top CSGO team at the time and EnVyUs, the French favourites. In the Grand Finals, NV held their ground taking the first round. However, Fnatic came out even stronger with an outstanding record 16 to 5, defeating the home team to win the Major with the highest cash reward at DreamHack Tours 2015.

The following DreamHack Tours 2016 was an unforgettable esports show. Two CS teams, Dignitas Danish team and Ukrainian Hellraisers, qualified through to the main event in the hopes of winning. DIG were the dominators of the Upper Brackets while HR proved to be the best in the Lower brackets. The Grand Finalists were Dignitas, and Hellraisers started out with a close score of 16-13 on Dust 2 map in favour of the Ukrainians. The Danes proved to be a better CS team overpowering their opponents in Mirage and Overpass with an unbeatable record 2-1, winning the DreamHack Tours title in 2016.

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The third year running DreamHack Tours 2017 saw the Hellraisers once again as the finalists as well as the home team G2 Esports. The cheering of the French Counter-Strike fans helped G2 through the match dominating over HR with an unbeatable score of 2-0. 2017 was the year that the French won the CSGO Major title and claimed their first prize in their home country. 

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Last year’s DreamHack Tours celebrated the fourth year of the CSGO Major tournament in France. The event saw the Hellraisers continue their fight, reaching the finals against the North. The finalists showed great courage in battle with a close score 16-12 in the Mirage map in favour of North. The decider was the second round that saw the Northerners sweep HR in the Inferno map 16-9, that won them the DreamHack Tours 2018 title.

DreamHack Tours 2019 Tournament Format

Like the past years, the DH tournament format will feature the Group Stages and the Playoff matches. Kicking off the Counter-Strike event, there will be two groups of four teams battling in the Groups with the hopes of going through to the Playoffs in best-of-1 games. The lucky four with the most points will get to proceed to the Semifinals in best-of-3 matches through single elimination bracket. The top two esports teams will get to face off each other in the Finals to win the DreamHack Tours 2019.  

Top CSGO Teams at DreamHack Tours 2019

Eight Counter-Strike teams will participate at DreamHack Tours 2019. Six invited units received a direct invitation. Meanwhile, Windigo Gaming acquired their spot through European qualifiers and Instinct Gaming for the French Qualifiers. 

Ghost Gaming

This American Esports team Ghost Gaming has made a name for themselves over the past two years. They gained their competitive experience competing in several competitions such as iBUYPOWER Masters IV, DreamHack Atlanta 2018, CS Summit 3 and ZOTAC Cup Masters among many others. Their best placing in three Major tournaments was finishing in third to fourth place, so overall they do have what it takes to be a top team. How will Ghost Gamin fare at DreamHack Tours 2019?

Valiance

The German esports team Valiance have made quite a presence over the past year. They started their journey into esports way back in October 2017, competing in Minor tournaments and earned their place in a few CSGO Majors. Their competitive experience has levelled up their strategies against top tier teams. Due to this, Valiance has recently achieved their most significant accomplishment yet by defeating Windigo Gaming in the United Masters League Season 1 taking home their highest prize of $50K. 

Windigo Gaming

The Ukrainian players of Windigo Gaming improved their CSGO gameplays over the past year. They started out competing in the Minor tournaments back in 2017 that eventually led them to attend a number of qualifying matches. Windigo’s biggest achievements was defeating Ago Esports at the World Electronic Sports Games 2018, surprising many Counter-Strike fans around the world. Do yu think Windigo have what it takes to win DreamHack Tours 2019?

Avangar

A top CSGO team worth a mention is Avangar, who have made great strides in the esports scene. Established in 2017, the CS team have gained quite the competitive gaming experience to be where they are today, placing among the world’s top 15 CS teams. Their greatest achievement this year for Avangar was outplaying Furia in the Grand Finals at DH Rio 2019, taking home a grand prize of $50K. How do you think Avangar will fare at DreamHack Tours 2019?

G2 Esports

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The CSGO French team of G2 Esports are currently in 13th place among the top world’s Counter-Strike squads. Since G2 have won DreamHack Tours in 2017, the squad have participated in many Counter-Strike Major and Premier events, updating and improving on their game plays and strategies. Through 2018, the squad have generally finished 5th-8th place, ending the year to reach the Grand Finals at the PLG Grand Slam Major 2018. G2 Esports seem to have improved their winning statistics, placing third at the World Electronic Sports Games 2018 to outplay Fnatic. The French CS players have earned their spot to the DreamHack Masters Dallas 2019 by defeating Avangar as well as acquiring their seed to the ESL Pro League Season 9 Finals. G2 certainly have the capabilities to win with all French CSGO fans to cheer for them.

Mousesports

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The German team, Mousesports are the 12th best Counter-Strike squad in the world. Their last great win was the ESL One New York 2018, beating Team Liquid with a close score of 3-2. Since then they have had the experience of competing against Astralis, which has helped them come up with incredible game plays. However, even though Mouz have not won any tournaments this year, this squad are the strongest among the participating teams at DreamHack Tours 2019.