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Cloud9 at DreamHack Masters Spring 2020 - Schedule and how to watch

Wessel Minnie

May 25, 2020 8:50 am

After finishing in third place at ESL One Road to Rio – North America earlier this month, we are excited to see how Cloud9 will do at DreamHack Masters Spring 2020 North America. For those who don’t know, Cloud9鈥檚 CS:GO聽 has two South African players and a South African coach, which makes the team of particular interest to us.

Cloud9 at DreamHack Masters Spring 2020

South African CS:GO fans can support Cloud9 by watching them compete in the DreamHack Masters Spring 2020 North America online tournament.

 

The group stage of the tournament takes place from 19 to 30 May. While Group A matches are already underway, Cloud9 is in Group B, and their matches kick off on 25 May.

 

There’s a lot at stake in the DreamHack Masters Spring 2020 tournament, with a prize pool for North America sitting at $100,000, which is roughly R1.7 million at the current Dollar to Rand exchange rate.

Group B consists of:
  • Cloud9
  • 100 Thieves
  • Evil Geniuses
  • Gen.G Esports

The top team in each group will go into the upper bracket playoffs, while 2nd and 3rd placed teams will head into the lower bracket of the playoffs. The bottom team in each group will be eliminated from the tournament.

 

Cloud9’s first matchup takes place against Evil Geniuses on 25 May.

Cloud9’s full group stage schedule in SAST:
  • Evil Geniuses versus Cloud9 – 25 May at 22:10
  • 100 Thieves versus Cloud9 – 28 May at 22:10
  • Gen.G Esports versus Cloud9 – 30 May at 22:10

After the group stage completes, the playoffs will take place from 8 to 14 June 2020. The winner of the tournament gets $40,000 and 320 Pro Tour points.

 

We wish Cloud9 all the best of luck, and we hope to see the team make it to the playoffs, and then hopefully win the entire tournament. It would be fantastic to see a couple of South African players and a coach win a big international CS:GO tournament.

 

Catch all the action live on the Dreamhackcs Twitch.tv channel.

 

Header image via DreamHack