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Tournament Name Prize Teams Players
1 ESL Impact S4 $ 123000 No Info No Info
2 ESL DH Atlanta 2023 $ 100000 No Info No Info
3 BLAST World Final 2023 $ 1000000 No Info No Info
4 ESL DH Winter 2023 $ 100000 No Info No Info
5 BLAST Fall Finals 2023 $ 425000 No Info No Info
6 IEM 2023 Fall $ 250000 No Info No Info
7 FiReLEAGUE 2023 Finals $ 150000 No Info No Info
8 BLAST Fall Showdown 2023 $ 135000 No Info No Info
9 ESL Challenger S47 $ 120000 No Info No Info
10 IESF World 2023 $ 100000 No Info No Info
11 EPL S18 $ 835000 15 teams No Info
12 IEM Cologne 2023 $ 1000000 No Info No Info
13 BLAST Fall Groups 2023 $ 177498 12 teams No Info
14 ESL Challenger S46 $ 120000 No Info No Info
15 ESL DH Hannover 2023 $ 100000 No Info No Info
16 BLAST Spring Finals 2023 $ 450000 6 teams No Info
17 ESL Impact S3 $ 123000 No Info No Info
18 IEM Dallas 2023 $ 250000 No Info No Info
19 GI 2023 $ 7133 1 teams No Info
20 BLAST.tv Paris Major 2023 $ 1250000 16 teams No Info

Joining CSGO Tournaments – Going Pro

When we play a game such as CSGO, we mostly do it for the sake of having fun – for completing a match with our teammates and have that feeling of satisfaction upon winning the game. However, every now and again, we also want to go higher up – to go into pro gaming and prove what we can do. And the best way to do this is to join CSGO tournaments.

Why Go for CSGO Tournaments?

Indeed, when you are playing solo or with your team in a random combat match, you do get quite a lot of fun out of it. But with these types of standard matches, things do not really tend to change. However, if you go for the biggest eSports tournaments in CSGO, not only are you changing the map, but you are changing the layout of pretty much everything.

Counter Strike tournaments come with a variety of rewards – some bigger than the others. For instance, you may win a variety of weapons and skins – or you may win something of monetary use that you may use in-game (e.g. coins to buy a new weapon). These tournaments are fairly rewarding, particularly if you manage to go higher up the rankings.

Bear in mind that each tournament is set at a certain time – which is why you will have to follow the eSports tournament schedule. Depending on where you live in the world, it may be daytime – or it might be nighttime.

Tournaments You May Join

Many CS GO tournaments are sponsored by Valve – particularly the ones that are higher up the rank. These tournaments generally feature higher prize pools and more chances for you to increase your tournament rankings. However, there are also more “casual” tournaments that have smaller prize pools – but are also much easier to go through.

Aside from the Valve-sponsored events, you also have S-tier, A-tier, B-tier, and C-tier tournaments – with the S-tier being the highest rated with the best players, whereas the C-tier is comprised mostly of beginners. Here is how these tournaments generally look:

  • S-Tier: Previously known as “Premier Tournaments,” S-tier tournaments are often exclusively played offline, have impressive prize pools, and are comprised of the best teams and players in CSGO.
  • A-Tier: Formerly referred to as “Major Tournaments” and slightly smaller than S-tier tournaments, this type of Counter Strike tournament still has quite a large prize pool along with a decent number of high-rated teams.
  • B-Tier: This tier is pretty much new and generally holds larger online events, along with quite a good number of pro
  • C-Tier: Formerly referred to as “Minor Tournaments,” C-tier tournaments generally feature lower ranked events with players that are still beginning. Generally, there are no top teams participating.


Events can take place weekly, monthly or at random times. For this reason, you might always want to keep an eye on the schedule so that you know exactly when your CS GO tournament is going to take place.