The DreamHack Grand Prix will of course also serve as an official HCT Tour Stop so besides the prize pool there will be a lot of HCT points on the line.
Up to 256 participants will gather in the Elmia Center in Jönköping, Sweden between 16th and 18th June. The tournament will start with the familiar Swiss stage consisting of 9 rounds followed by a single elimination playoff bracket for the top 16 participants emerging from the Swiss. All matches are Best of Five with one ban in the Last Hero Standing format.
We checked with AKAWonder about his expectations heading into the tournament.
Here is the complete schedule of the event:
DH Summer is gonna be the hardest tournament I have ever played in because the meta is so diverse that I’m struggling to find a good lineup. Regardless, our preparation should be above average and we should get at least into the top 16.
Saturday, 16th June:
11:15 - 21:15 CEST - Swiss Stage Rounds 1-5
Sunday, 17th June:
11:15 - 19:15 CEST - Swiss Stage Rounds 6-9
19:30 - 22:00 CEST - Playoffs Round of 16
Monday, 18th June:
10:15 - 16:15 CEST - Playoffs Round of 8
16:15 - 19:15 CEST - Playoffs Round of 4
19:15 CEST - Grand Final
Select matches will be broadcasted live on Twitch during the Swiss stage before moving to full coverage of the playoffs. However, we will keep you updated with our players’ results both here and on social media.
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