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DreamHack will be hosting a full size LAN event in Valencia on September 21-23 with a BYOC area and eSports tournaments in six games including Counter-Strike 1.6.
DreamHack Open's dates were announced already over three months ago but now the full details of their Valencia stop have been published with Counter-Strike 1.6 being one of the game titles at the tournament.
The Swedish LAN organizer also has another stop remaining in Bucharest roughly a month later which is another possibility for a tournament in Counter-Strike 1.6 but plans for the Romanian stop are yet to be released.
According to DreamHack Spain's website, the tournament in Valencia will act as a qualifier for DreamHack Winter 2012 which implies that Counter-Strike 1.6 will also be featured at the Winter event, traditionally the biggest of the year.
DreamHack has been a long time supporter of Counter-Strike 1.6 which has been their most popular game in the BYOC area as well. They have shown loyalty to games by also still including QuakeLive as a title at this past weekend's summer event.
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Quake, CS .. ahhh ..
Post edited 2012-06-19 16:22:48
its all good but need 2-3 tournaments with good prize money
Please 3-4 years more DH, beacuse this year is hard for CS 1.6 and I think that will continue in next 1-2 years
Nice news tks LuRpPiS-dA-ReDaCtOr
but i just say one thing: FUCK IEM I HATE IEM NOW, YOU ARE SO FUCKING SHITTY, NO CS 1.6 IN IEM? WOW U HAVE BEEN RETARDED
so what do you choose, fans or money!??!??
2. place - 324 eur
3. place - mousepads
Post edited 2012-06-19 17:24:15
Thanks for keep CS 1.6 in tourneys <3
Post edited 2012-06-19 19:29:21
Post edited 2012-06-19 19:34:10
-me "hey wanna go play some cs 1.6?"
-him "no cs 1.6 is dead anyways"
-1 to him :-D
Post edited 2012-06-19 19:39:23
"For a truly global project like ours, with events on four different continents and many different countries, we require game titles with professional players and teams from all corners of the world. In the recent years of Counter-Strike 1.6, the game has retained its status of a top professional game in Europe but declined in other parts of the world. This was evident at our events outside of Europe.
With this as the basis, we have decided to take Counter-Strike off the main titles list. This means that if CS 1.6 will be featured at an event, it will only be for certain events where it is a perfect fit for the Intel Extreme Masters locally" from IEM announcement
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Post edited 2012-06-19 22:12:55
CS:GO is the future
so i think that cs 1.6 never will die!
Post edited 2012-06-20 11:16:20
if someone who plays cs from his home at valencia, would be pleased to reply :)