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Jan 6, 2020

With multiple leagues and big tournaments already announced for 2020, it’s looking like a massive year for Counter-Strike. Here’s a list of every confirmed big event for the year so far and their schedule:

CS:GO
ESL One: Road to Rio teams and schedule

January

DreamHack Open Leipzig 2020 – January 24-26

BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 Regular Season – January 31-February 16

February

ICE Challenge 2020 – February 1-6

DreamHack Open Anaheim 2020 – February 21-23

Intel Extreme Masters XIV – World Championship – February 25-March 1

March

FLASHPOINT Season 1 - March 13-April 19 (LAN qualifiers: March 3-5)

ESL Pro League Season 11 - March 16-April 12

April

ESL One Rio 2020 Minors (cancelled)

ESL One: Road to Rio - April 30-May 17

the international winners
Dota 2
TI10 postponed: everything you need to know

May

DreamHack Masters Spring 2020 – May 19-June 14

June

BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 Showdown - June 1-7

Blast Premier: Spring 2020 Finals – June 15-21

WePlay! Clutch Island - June 16-28

cs_summit 6 Online - June 22-Jul 5

July

player break

CS:GO
CS:GO RMR standings: who is leading the Regional Major Rankings?

August

DreamHack Open Summer 2020 - August 8-16

ESL One Cologne 2020 – August 23-30

September

ESL Pro League Season 12 - September 2-October 11

October

BLAST Premier: Fall 2020 Regular Season - October 15-31

DreamHack Open Rotterdam 2020 – October 16-18

November

ESL One Rio 2020 (Valve Major) – Nov 9-22, postponed from May, replacing the Fall 2020 Major due to the coronavirus outbreak

BLAST Premier: Fall 2020 Showdown - November 25-29

DreamHack Open Winter 2020 – November 27-29

December

BLAST Premier: Fall 2020 - December 8-13

DreamHack Open Madrid 2020 – December 11-13

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