DreamHack Anaheim 2020 – The Biggest Tournament is Back
One of the biggest esports events in the world is about to visit Anaheim. This weekend, between the 21st and 23rd of February, the Anaheim Convention Centre in Anaheim is going to play host to the next DreamHack event. Spread across those three days, there will be various tournaments and panels that’ll hopefully make the front page of the esports news. In the first DreamHack tournament event of the year, players from all over the world assembled in California to take part in exciting competitions at the DreamHack Anaheim 2020.
Challenging the best
For those lucky enough to nab themselves DreamHack Anaheim tickets this year, there is plenty of fun to be had this weekend. Among others, some of the best Fortnite players in the world will be competing in the Fortnite tournament there. Other featured esports include Counter-Strike – traditionally a huge event at DreamHack competitions, Magic: The Gathering Arena, Halo: Reach, Warcraft III: Reforged as well as some Fighting Games.
The DreamHack Anaheim 2020 is set to be one of the biggest DreamHack events yet. Fans are already looking forward to the different competitions – the competitive fighting games especially are expected to draw quite the crowd, although traditionally CS:GO has been one of the headliners of the DreamHack series.
Tournaments Complete List
- DreamHack ft. Fortnite
- DremHack Open – Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
- Magic: The Gathering Arena
- DreamHack Halo Series
- DreamHack Warcraft 3 Open
- Madden NFL 20 at DreamHack
- Boost Cup – Rocket League
- Hearthstone by HouseRivalries
- DreamHack Fighting Game Championships:
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate + Doubles
Super Smash Bros. Melee + Doubles
Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition
- BYOC Tournaments presented by America’s Navy:
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
League of Legends
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
Minecraft Build Contest
Age of Empires II DE
DreamHack Anaheim 2020 schedule
In addition to the tournaments at the 3-day event, there will also be additional fun to be had; a cosplay fashion show, several Indie game dev talks and more. There will also be a few BYOC – Bring Your Own Computer – competitions. If you want to play Fortnite without participating in the big event you can – the Fortnite Blue Heat BYOC tournament is happening on Saturday.
Additionally, there is also some esports industry content – for example, a panel on monetization in gaming, monetization for content creators, relationship management and more. There will even be a panel on LGBTQIA in gaming, along a few more general industry topics. Even collegiate esports are going to be featured – as one of the big topics in esports at the moment, it’s no wonder that that of all things is part of the schedule – it’s a hot topic among gaming and DreamHack fans after all!
The list of the activities, events and tournaments is long: you can check it here!
The DreamHack Phenomenon
It’s no secret that DreamHack events draw a huge crowd – this weekend’s event will be no exception. If you’d like to be part of that crowd, you absolutely can – tickets for the DreamHack Anaheim 2020 are still available for last minute buyers.
If you don’t want to attend but still take part in all the fun and excitement you can – there are all sorts of other ways you can be a part of it. The most obvious option: watching streams of the tournaments and panels online. While not everything will be available to watch, there will definitely be a lot you can view.
You can even bet on some of the events – select bookmakers that offer esports betting odds will also cover the bigger DreamHack tournaments. Don’t hesitate to check out your favourite providers to see if they will cover your favourite events – or just watch the streams themselves if you want to know who wins big.