Below you can find the full viewer's guide for DreamHack Winter 2013, which will be the biggest CS:GO tournament in history with its grand $250,000 prize purse.
DreamHack Winter 2013 will kick off on Thursday with groups A and B, the on-site BYOC qualifier and the first two quarter-finals taking place at Elmia in Jönköping, Sweden.
Friday will feature groups C and D, as well as the quarter-finals for the remaining two groups. Saturday is reserved solely for the semi-finals and the grand final. Below is the prize distribution:
As you can tell from the prize distribution, no third place decider will take place. All matches will be broadcasted by DreamHack TV, which will feature two different official streams in English.
The main stream will feature the crew of six people announced before, with Anders Blume anchoring a secondary stream together with Auguste "SemmlerTheRiot" Massonat.
In the group stage each team will eliminate two maps from the five map pool. In the playoffs each team will eliminate just one map, leaving three for the best-of-three series.
|Thursday, November 28th:|
|10:00||Clan-Mystik||vs. LGB eSports
|10:00||fnatic||vs. Natus Vincere
||vs. A2 winner
||vs. A2 loser
||vs. A4 winner
||vs. Universal Soldiers
||vs. B2 winner
||vs. B2 loser
||vs. B4 winner
|19:00||Quarter-final #1 (A3 winner vs. B5 winner)
|22:15||Quarter-final #2 (B3 winner vs. A5 winner)
|Friday, November 29th:|
||vs. BYOC #1
|11:00||C1 winner||vs. C2 winner||C3|
|11:00||C1 loser||vs. C2 loser||C4|
|12:00||C3 loser||vs. C4 winner||C5|
|14:30|| Astana Dragons
||vs. BYOC #2
|14:30|| SK Gaming
||vs. Copenhagen Wolves
|15:30||D1 winner||vs. D2 winner||D3|
|15:30||D1 loser||vs. D2 loser||D4|
|16:30||D3 loser||vs. D4 winner||D5|
|19:00||Quarter-final #3 (C3 winner vs. D5 winner)
|22:15||Quarter-final #4 (D3 winner vs. C5 winner)
|Saturday, November 30th|
HLTV.org will naturally be on-site in Jönköping to provide you with full coverage of the year's biggest Counter-Strike tournament, set to take place on November 28-30th.