The US$20,000 event spans five days and features four teams – TYLOO, ViCi, Lucid Dream and Beyond Esports
Amid the on-going pandemic and global unrest, DreamHack Masters made a hasty announcement of the event within a few days of the closed qualifier. Running from April 18 – 20, the closed qualifier saw Thailand’s Lucid Dream and Beyond Esports come out on top.
While the four teams featured are not much of a surprise, key storylines are not to be missed. TYLOO will be playing with their revised all-Chinese line-up, while Lucid Dream is entering the fray with the newly announced all-Thai line-up. ViCi Gaming and Beyond are the two teams best suited to stir the pot with surprise wins. Top Mongolian side, TIGER, missed their opportunity after losing to ZIGMA in the open qualifiers.
The online event features a double-elimination BO3 bracket, with the grand finals played out as a best-of-five (BO5). The upper bracket winner will receive a default one-win advantage.
The first match-up is between TYLOO and Beyond and matches kick off today, June 2nd, at 18:00 [SGT]. A full schedule and details on prizes can be seen below.
The full schedule for the DreamHack Masters Spring 2020 – Asia:
Day 1 – Tuesday, June 2, 2020
18:00 – 🇨🇳 TYLOO vs. 🇹🇭 Beyond | BO3
21:30 – 🇨🇳 ViCi vs. 🇹🇭 Lucid Dream | BO3
Day 2 – Thursday, June 4, 2020
19:30 – TBD vs. TBD | BO3 (Upper Bracket Final)
Day 3 – Friday, June 5, 2020
19:30 – TBD vs. TBD | BO3 (Lower Bracket Round 1)
Day 4 – Saturday, June 6, 2020
19:30 – TBD vs. TBD | BO3 (Lower Bracket Final)
Day 5 – Saturday, June 7, 2020
16:30 – TBD vs. TBD | BO5 (Grand Final)
📺 Watch the matches on the official DreamHack Masters channel, here.
The total prize purse for the DreamHack Masters Spring 2020 – Asia includes US$20,000 and 315 ESL Pro tour points. Only the top three teams will receive the points, divided up 185, 85, and 45 respectively.
|Position||USD Prize||ESL Tournament Circuit Points|