DreamHack Winter 2017: First Day Matches,Odds & More
Posted 30th November 2017 By: Kyle-Tipify Staff    140 Views
The DreamHack Winter 2017 is coming to Sweden on December 1 to December 4 for a fun-filled digital festival that features activities such as a massive LAN party, esports tournaments, digital art competition, concerts, and expositions.
The four-day festival is highlighted by its main event of the esports competition with games, CS:GO, Dota 2, and Hearthstone is among the top matches to watch out for. We’ve done the work and placed the first-day schedule of CS:GO and Dota 2 matches along with odds for those esports bettors out there.
DreamHack ASTRO Open (CS:GO)
The CS:GO tournament segment of DreamHack headlines the top CS:GO teams in the world–which had just come from their own separate tournaments–like Gambit, Heroic, NaVi, Rise, mouseports, BIG, EnVY, and North. These teams will compete for a $100,000 pot and of course, bragging rights as the DreamHack champions. Check out the table below to know the tournament schedule and the odds for the first day matches.
ROG DreamLeague Season 8 (Dota 2)
The Dota 2 tournament is back where it belongs. On its 8th year, we will see our favorite teams and players fighting for a $1 million cash prize and the right to be called the DreamLeague champion. We will see invited and qualified teams like Secret, NaVi, Liquid, Virtus, Newbee, Fnatic, Evil Geniuses, and Infamous. Again, we’ve provided another table below with the game schedule along with their respective odds.
For both DreamHack ASTRO Open and ROG DreamLeague Season 8, if you’re looking for side bets like total rounds or handicap bets, Arcanebet offers such betting options if you’re into much more creative bets.
Furthermore, many of us might not be able to go to Sweden to watch the esports tournaments live. Luckily, we can catch live streams of the matches on the DreamHack’s website and on Twitch.
The gaming festival features competitions and expositions on just about anything that floats within the Internetand gaming culture. The festivities are open to all ages. One of the cool things about the event is the LAN party where everyone who attends DreamHack will be given a table where you can connect to one of the fastest internet connections in the world. Although you’d have to bring your own computer or consoles, this is an opportunity you shouldn’t miss, especially if you’re in the area. On the other hand, if you want to learn how to build computers or know more about the upcoming products of the many game developers, then don’t miss the DreamExpo where there are seminars and lectures. Last but not least, the event will have live bands performing during the 4-day event where you can rock and dance to the tunes.