CS:GO confirmed at IEM Oakland
ESL has announced on its website that the first IEM Season 11 event to feature CS:GO will be the stop in Oakland.
After being featured at Season 10's stop in San Jose, Counter-Strike returns to California for another event, this time in Oakland, from November 19-20.
The Oracle Arena, home of the NBA team Golden State Warriors, has been chosen to host the event, which will also feature a League of Legends tournament.
Oracle Arena to host IEM Oakland
This is the second stop confirmed for IEM Season 11, which will offer a record $1 million prize pool. The circuit will begin with an event at Shanghai's ChinaJoy Expo, from July 28-31, where only Starcraft II will be played.
Tickets to IEM Oakland will go on sale on May 23, with an early bird option running until July 1. Fans wishing to attend the event can purchase a general admission ticket, a premium ticket or a group ticket for five people.