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DreamHack Open Montreal 2017 odds

Who wins the DreamHack Open Montreal 2017?

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DreamHack Open Montreal 2017 Preview

A total of eight teams are set to compete for The DreamHack Open Montreal.  Out of eight, six teams will receive direct invites and the remaining two will earn their spot from the qualifiers.

The invited Teams

Recently the DreamHack's organizers announced the first four invited teams, the renewed Cloud9 and North, Team Counter Logic Gaming and Brazilian team Immortals.

Cloud 9

Cloud9 has announced that they have received two talented guys for the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team. More specifically, it is William 'Rush' Wierzba and Tarik 'Tarik' Celik, replacing Jordan 'n0thing' Gilbert and Michael 'shroud' Grzesiek. This is quite a surprising moving, only time will tell if this will be for the better or worst.


North has also made changes of their own. The team had a strong competitive campaign of 2017 and their objective was to further strengthen their roster which they did. After some insight issues within the teams, “Magisk” was benched after being on the first team for over a year. In order to respond to the situation, Valdemar "valde" Bjørn Vangså, a former Heroic star, was added to the lineup. Valde is yet to play his first match as a player of the Danes, but by the look of things, he will perform just fine.

Immortals & CLG

After C9 and North, Yesterday CLG & Immortals have received invites to the DreamHack Montreal 2017 tournament. The organizers are yet to reveal the remaining two more teams that will receive a direct ticket to the tournament. The remaining participants will be identified through qualifications in Europe and North America.


Open and closed qualifiers were held on August 26-27. As a result of closed qualifications for the DreamHack Open Montreal 2017 tournament, Space Soldiers and complexity will fill the two spots. Turkish squad Space Soldiers beat the European team HellRaisers in the best-of-three format with a score of 2-0.

Space Soldier managed to outperform FlipSid3 Tactics, Spirit Academy and Nemiga from Belarus. But only Spirit Academy came closest to the final of qualification but eventually took 3-4 places.

In the North American region, compLexity won the final of qualifications from Argentine Gale Force, also with a score of 2-0.

So we are well aware of the participating teams, now let’s take a look at how the DreamHack will be played out.


  • Group stage
  • Two groups with four teams in each
  • Double elimination group format (GSL) Bo1 and Bo3
  • Top two from each group move on to the playoffs


  • Single-Elimination Bracket
  • Bo3 matches


  • Cache
  • Cobblestone
  • Inferno
  • Nuke
  • Mirage 
  • Overpass
  • Train

The DreamHack Open Montreal will take place from September 8 to 10. Just like in the previous editions of the competition, $100,000 USD will be distributed among the best. We will see eight teams in the competition who will decide the fate of the teams on a Bo3 GSL group stage with a Bo3 straight knockout play.

No one goes empty handed from the DreamHack. Every team will get something from the prize pool no matter where they stand to come at the end of the competition:

  • 1st Place- $50,000
  • 2nd Place- $20,000
  • 3rd – 4th Place- $10,000
  • 5th – 6th Place-$3,000
  • 7th –8th Place-$2,000