ESL and DreamHack will continue to work with CSGO CSPPA on tournament conditions

ESL and DreamHack have merged, but the Counter-Strike Professional Players’ Association wants to let everyone know that it is still in the process of making more plans.The announcement came from the CSPPA’s official Twitter account, but the agreements that the document contained are almost carbon copies of those included with the organizations’ original reveal back before the CSGO tournament season was forced online. The main difference is a reduction in the number of teams that will play in the event’s group stages, effectively raising the tournament’s barrier of entry. ESL and DreamHack were…

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