DreamHack has announced changes to the way coaches interact with players ahead of its Masters event in Malmö.
With the new set of rules, coaches will be allowed to communicate with players not only during halftime and tactical pauses, but also during freeze time in every round.
The changes, which are based "on feedback and dialogues with coaches from a variety of teams", will also come into effect at the remaining DreamHack Open events of the 2017 circuit, in Montreal, Denver and Jönköping.
Below you can find DreamHack's new rules regarding the way coaches communicate with players:
DreamHack Masters Malmö will run from August 30 to September and feature 16 teams, who will battle it out for the bulk of a $250,000 prize pool.