September is bound to be a huge month for
The month started really strong with the knockout phase of the DH Masters Malmö, which saw G2 Esports come out on top:
After a break last week, while teams were in Sweden for the DH Masters, the ESL Pro Leagues are back with their weekly clashes and ever-evolving rankings:
As for the upcoming tournaments, this week-end will see a split in teams, between those that chose to go (or only qualified for) the 2017 ELeague Premier…
… and another Dreamhack competition, in Montreal this time!
And of course, next week will be the ESL One New York:
So it’s a packed up month for CS:GO players, and fans. It underlines the duality of the current CS:GO esports scene, which is the plethora of tournaments, to the point where it becomes hard to be able to attend them all (for players) or follow them all (for spectators), leading to a possible lost of impetus… Let’s hope it doesn’t happen, and that the hype stays as strong as ever, with an October month that’s bound to be a bit quieter, before November arrives, with its full week-ends!
And for those who also love to play CS:GO, head over to our Open Community Tournaments!