Keeping up with the November LANs – Part 2

Two of the first three CS:GO LANs for the month of November are already wrapped up and there are three more coming before the Christmas season goes full throttle.

Natus Vincere and NRG Esports are both triumphant after winning BLAST Pro Series: Copenhagen 2018 and the cs_summit 3 respectively. This leaves us with the ongoing Intel Extreme Masters Season XIII – Chicago and the upcoming LANs at the second half of the month.

DreamHack Atlanta 2018: Nov 16 – 18

DreamHack returns to Atlanta for another iteration of the DreamHack Open. FPS fans across the capital of Georgia will flock at Georgia World Congress Center to witness DreamHack’s signature gaming festival.

The festivities will not only cover the 8 participating teams from America and Europe but it will also feature various game titles as well as gaming competitions for collegiate and high school levels.

ECS Season 6 – Finals: Nov 22 – 25

The culmination of the Esports Championship Series Season 6 is about to unfold with the ECS Season 6 Finals happening at Arlington, USA. The top 4 teams from the European and North American league will duke out for the lion’s share of the massive $660,000 USD prize pool.

ECS is set to spice up Thanksgiving activities of fans with top teams coming from the two regions. Astralis and North already booked their spot for the LAN proper after finishing 1st and 2nd respectively at the online league while NRG Esports already topped the NA division to book their spot.

DreamHack Winter 2018: Nov 30 – Dec 02

DreamHack will wrap up its 2018 with the DreamHack Winter finals to be held at Jönköping, Sweden. The 8 team tournament will feature 6 invited teams to be announced along with 2 qualified teams from Europe and NA.

Newly founded Swedish team x6tence Galaxy managed to top the European qualifiers composed of better known teams such as Fragsters and Space Soldiers while the NA qualifiers was ruled by South African team Bravado Gaming.

November totally features 6 primary LAN events across the globe, not counting the ongoing ESEA Season 29 Premier and ESL Pro League Season 8 online group stages. This only means that we have more than enough CS:GO action in our hands as we prepare for the Minor Championships come January.


MN | Neil Martinez

MN | Neil Martinez

A former editor and writer for a university publication, Neil has incorporated esports to what he does best. He is Mogul’s CS go-to guy and TNC Pro Team’s graphic artist and social media man.

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