DreamHack Summer 2016 is underway, and here is an update on some your favorite eSports tournaments.

DreamHack Summer 2016: Tournament Results & Remaining Schedule

DreamHack Summer 2016 is underway, and here is an update on some your favorite eSports tournaments.

As we speak, DreamHack Summer 2016 is taking place in Jönköping, Sweden. The event is a 24/7 festival that has both a Summer and Winter event. Since its establishment in 1994, DreamHack has celebrated all things nerd with LAN parties, cosplay, music, internet and gaming culture.

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DreamHack is also host to many eSports tournaments. Some teams, like Panthera in SMITE and District 69 in Paladins, have already walked away with a shining Grand Champion title. But for others, the competition is still ongoing. Here are the standings for some of the games and teams in attendance.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive 

Group A Winners: Team Immortals

Group B Winners: Team Nip

Monday, June 20th Schedule
(All times are CEST)
  • 10:30 – Show start
  • 11:00 – Semi Final #1 – GODSENT vs Immortals – BO3
  • 14:30 – Semi Final #2 – Astralis vs NiP – BO3
  • 19:00 – Grand Final – BO3



The grand finals for Paladins just wrapped up a few hours ago. After SoaR Gaming and District 69 faced off in an action-packed match, District 69 walked away with the Grand Champion title.


Reigning world champions Panthera took the Grand Finals stage with NA team SoaR in a best-of-five match. But after three straight wins, Panthera took the Grand Champion title and the prize money.


Heroes of the Storm

Semi Finals #1: MVPBlack vs MYINSANITY


Today’s schedule
  • 12:15 – Preshow 
  • 12:30 – Semi Finals 1 – BO5
  • 14:30 – Semi Finals 2 – BO5 
  • 16:30 – Grand Finals – BO5
Street Fighter V 
  • First Place: BX3|Phenom (Necalli, M. Bison)
  • Second Place: RZR|Fuudo (R. Mika)
Super Smash Bros. Melee  
  • First Place:  TSM|Leffen (Fox)
  • Second Place: mYi|Ice (Fox)
Mortal Kombat XL
  • First Place: PxP|A Foxy Grampa (Mileena – Piercing)
  • Second Place: PLG|Tekken_Master (D’Vorah – Swarm Queen, Kotal Kahn – Sun God)
Pokken Tournament 
  • First Place: AngelDarksong (Blaziken)
  • Second Place: Justinpig (Gardevoir)

The eSports tournaments are still ongoing — and if you’re fan of the featured games, there’s certainly much to be excited about.

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