CS:GO version 188.8.131.52, which brought in a nerf to the CZ-75 and changes to Mirage, will be used at DreamHack Open Summer and the CS:GO Asia Championships this week.
Shortly after the patch went live last night, ESL representative Michal Slowinski clarified that the latest update wouldn't be used at ESL One Belo Horizonte, which kicks off today.
However, the two other tournaments which will start this week, the CS:GO Asia Championships and DreamHack Open Summer, will be using the latest version of CS:GO, 184.108.40.206.
Patch 220.127.116.11 sees the base damage of the CZ-75 lowered slightly, the M4A1-S receive additional reserve ammo, the MP7's price lowered to $1500 as well as Mirage getting a number of visual changes, with its skyboxes completely removed.
The information was published during this morning by tournament officials, with DreamHack and CS:GO Asia Championship organizers feeling confident about the patch being ready for competitive play.
In regards to the CS:GO update that released last night.— Nix0n (@marcwinther) June 13, 2018
We’ve examined the update and will be using the new version (18.104.22.168) during #DHOpen Summer starting on Saturday in Jönköping, Sweden.
#CAC2018 We’re testing on latest version of CSGO. If there is no significant bug produced, we’re gonna use it for CS:GO Asia Championships.— Henry MhCSGO (@tk1114632) June 12, 2018
Seems good so far.