One of the pillars of DreamHack events are our world class eSport tournaments. As announced, at DreamHack Atlanta 2017 we will have a lineup of your favorite games and teams like always. While we’re still working on those right now, we can let you have a small taste of what is to come.

Anyone who purchases a BYOC, Day or Weekend pass for DreamHack Atlanta will be able to sit in our spectator areas to watch the tournaments. See all ticket types and pricing on the Ticket Info page.

Counter-Strike:Global Offensive

DreamHack ASTRO Open

Launched in 2012, DreamHack Open is DreamHack’s premiere esports circuit featuring multiple live LAN tour stops across Europe. Eight CSGO teams from around the world will compete for a chance to reach the $100,000 DreamHack Open event at DreamHack Austin 2017. Stay tuned for more information!

Twitter: @DreamHackCSGO
Facebook: @DreamHackCSGO


DreamHack Hearthstone Grand Prix
The DreamHack Grand Prix circuit was launched in 2015, starting with the two center pieces of the DreamHack events, Summer and Winter. In 2016 Grand Prix expanded, adding Austin and Valencia to the list of stops for the tournament. It has expanded into what is now recognized as the largest third party tournament in the Hearthstone scene, spanning across two continents with thousands of participants and over $100,000 in prizes. It is widely considered among players as one of the most prestigious tournaments in competitive Hearthstone to win.

Twitter: @DreamHackHS
Facebook: @DreamHackHS


DreamLeague Season 7 Playoffs

DreamHack will be bringing its first Dota event to America as DreamLeague Season 7 finals will culminate at DreamHack Atlanta July 21st-22nd 2017 ! Get hyped, get ready, prepare your memes and dreams, and find some icy frogs to help you cope.

Twitter: @DreamHackDota
Facebook: @DreamHackDota



The inaugural year of the Halo Championship Series (HCS) Pro League saw the best Halo teams across Europe and North America battle in the regional Summer and Fall seasons. With more than 2.3 million unique viewers and immense growth season over season in 2016, the HCS Pro League is set to return in North America and Europe following next year’s Halo World Championship in the spring.

The North American HCS Pro League will once again span two seasons in the upcoming year with eight teams competing across seven weeks of the online regular season, culminating in a live Summer and Fall LAN relegation and finals. The North American Summer 2017 Finals will be held on the showfloor at DreamHack Atlanta on July 21-23.

Twitter: @ESLHalo
Facebook: @ESLHalo

Super Smash Bros

DreamHack Smash Championship

The DreamHack Smash Championship 2017 season will be covering events in North America and Europe. In total there will be $100,000 on the line in Smash tournaments during our 2017 LAN events. Six events will host Smash tournaments; four in North America, and two in Sweden.

Twitter: @DreamHackSmash
Facebook: @DreamHackSmash