DreamHack Open November 2021 viewer’s guide

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DreamHack Open November 2021 viewer’s guide

The PGL Stockholm Major finished up this past Sunday with Na’Vi claiming the coveted trophy. However, there’s really no rest for CS:GO esports fans, as DreamHack Open November 2021 begins this Wednesday. Here’s your viewer’s guide to DreamHack Open November 2021, featuring the must-know information.

DreamHack Open November 2021 details

DreamHack Open November 2021 runs from 10 to 14 November. The tournament is an online affair, and it features a prize pool of $100,000. At the current Dollar to Rand exchange rate, that’s roughly R1.5 million.

Eight teams will duke it out for their share of the prize pool. Importantly, the winner of DreamHack Open November 2021 also gets a spot in ESL Pro League Conference Season 15 later this month, where the top two teams will claim a spot in the ESL Pro League Season 15 group stage.

The tournament kicks off with a group stage featuring two groups of four teams each. The format is double-elimination GSL-style. The top two teams from each group proceed to the playoffs, while the bottom two teams are eliminated.

Group A teams:
  • BIG
  • MOUZ
  • MAD Lions
  • Team GamerLegion
Group B teams:
  • ENCE
  • Team Spirit
  • Fnatic
  • forZe

The playoff is a single-elimination bracket affair, with the semifinals being best-of-three, and the grand finals being best-of-five. While the teams are not all top-tier, the likes of the German powerhouse squad BIG, as well as Fnatic and MOUZ will be in attendance, making DreamHack Open November 2021 an exciting prospect for CS:GO esports fans.

Matches start at 14:30 SAST each day. You can catch all the action on the official ESL CS:GO Twitch channel.

Header image via DreamHack.

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