Esports organizers ESL Gaming and DreamHack will be merging, although the companies will remain individually in their respective specialties. According to multiple reports, ESL co-CEOs Ralf Reichert and Craig Levine will lead the new company, which is called ESL Gaming. DreamHack Chief Executive Officer Marcus Lindmark will continue to run the gaming festivals which take […]Continue Reading
The 2020 ESL Pro Tour will be a new partnership between ESL and DreamHack, linking over 2o tournaments and leagues into one Counter-Strike competition that will have over $5 million in prize money. The partnership connects a group of ESL and DreamHack tournaments into one tour. There will be three tiers of competition with championships […]Continue Reading
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