TOURNAMENT RANKINGS

# Tournament Name Prize Teams Players
1 SUMMACUM Invitational 2 $ 560 16 ~80
2 Red Bull Flick $ 26093 16 ~80
3 Ambush Female Summer Cup $ 1681 16 ~80
4 Vodafone Game Masters 2020 $ 2369 4 ~20
5 Gamedock Cup #1 $ 1450 8 ~40
6 ProHouse Wuxi Villa Cup $ 28702 6 ~31
7 Aorus League 2020 Season 3 $ 5000 16 ~80
8 ESEA Main Season 34 $ 22000 40 ~200
9 ESEA Open Season 34 $ 13750 40 ~200
10 Rise of Legion: India 2020 $ 4632 8 ~40
11 AMD Red League 2020 - Southern Cone $ 500 2 ~10
12 ESEA Intermediate Season 34 $ 8000 32 ~160
13 Nine to Five #2 $ 50000 28 141
14 Time of Bet CS:GO Cup $ 5000 8 ~40
15 VAL Season 14 $ 1760 8 ~40
16 Mythic Summer Cup #3 $ 5000 8 ~40
17 Mythic Open League Season 1 $ 5000 8 ~40
18 Gamers Club Masters V $ 13979 8 46
19 OMEN WGR Challenge $ 5714 4 ~20
20 UTAGE Japan League Season 5 $ 1211 2 ~10
21 China Esports Tour - ChinaJoy $ 14280 4 ~20
22 CTRL PLAY LEAGUE $ 28795 10 ~50
23 WINNERS League Season 4 $ 42200 32 275
24 LPL Pro League 2020 Season 2 $ 3488 8 42
25 5E Open Cup: July 2020 $ 2857 8 ~40
26 ESL Championnat National Summer 2020 $ 10970 8 ~40
27 Gamers Club Liga Profissional: July 2020 $ 1079 7 ~35
28 DreamHack Showdown Summer 2020 $ 50000 12 60
29 Mythic Summer Cup #2 $ 5000 8 40
30 German Esport League - Season 1 $ 6313 4 ~20
31 CSGOFAST.COM Cup #5 $ 15000 16 80
32 ThunderFire Asia Championships $ 14150 8 ~40
33 The Enterprise Official Season 3 $ 1263 4 ~20
34 cyberPRO Series #1 $ 10000 16 ~81
35 ESEA Advanced Season 34 $ 15000 73 ~367
36 Mythic Summer Cup 2020 $ 3000 8 40
37 Perfect World Asia League Summer 2020 $ 100000 10 80
38 National Cybersport League 2020 $ 11000 8 ~40
39 ESL India Premiership - Summer 2020 $ 16402 8 ~40
40 PLAYzone One Night Stand - July 2020 No Info 8 ~40
41 Farmskins Streamer Masters $ 4240 8 ~40
42 Betano Masters Europe Season 1 $ 16800 12 ~60
43 Nine to Five #1 $ 50000 28 146
44 La Liga Pro Division - Season 3 Apertura $ 10000 22 ~110
45 Golden League Season 7 $ 1500 16 ~80
46 1XeSport CS:GO Challenge 2020 $ 7246 6 ~30
47 BIH League Season 1 $ 866 4 ~20
48 5EPLAY Pro League Invitational #3 $ 2968 4 ~20
49 OMEN University League 2020 $ 1964 4 ~20
50 Mythic Invite League Season 1 $ 20000 24 ~120

CS:GO Tournaments to Look Forward to

CS:GO has long been one of the most popular eSports in the world, especially when it came to first-person shooter games. Because of that, there are multiple CS:GO tournaments taking place every year, where pro players get to show off what skills they have, and they get to become the winners of a world championship if they’re good enough. However, when it comes to tournament rankings, it’s not easy to know what tournaments to look forward to since there are so many. Which ones are the most awaited ones? Here’s a little list of CS:GO tournaments.

Popular CS:GO Tournaments to Keep an Eye on

  1. The ESL Pro League Seasons

One of the biggest eSports tournaments that people are waiting for when it comes to CS:GO are certainly the ESL Pro League seasons. It is one of the series that take place twice every year, giving you a lot of matches to gamble on if you want to. Season 10 had a viewership of 162,670 and a peak of 369,117. So, it’s easy to see how many people waited for this.

If you’re interested in it too, make sure to check the eSports tournaments schedule and see when the next season will occur.

  1. The CS:GO Major Championships

If you want a good Counter Strike tournament to watch, then the CS:GO Major Championship series is your best chance. Every CS:GO competitive player is looking forward to these events, because of the huge prize pool and how fun the tournament can be overall. Many pro gaming enthusiasts are either watching or participating in the tournament. If you want to make some bets, then certainly check out this championship series and you’ll have lots of fun.

  1. DreamHack

When it comes to Counter Strike tournaments, you can rest assured DreamHack has one of the best. Since DreamHack is the largest computer festival in the world, it will always make gaming tournaments a delight. The computer festival is taking place twice every year, in Sweden. However, teams from all over the world are participating, depending on the available residents. So, if you need more review material for an amazing CS GO tournament or you just want to gamble, DreamHack’s CS:GO competition is not something to miss out on.

Final Thoughts

Since there are too many CS:GO tournaments to keep up, it’s always better to be reminded of the most awaited ones every year. DreamHack, the Majors and ESL are only three of the many championships offering great prizes for the best CS:GO teams, and they also have some of the best competitions that are more than likely to keep you entertained. Get ready to support your favorite teams at these events.