Swedish team fnatic have been crowned winners of the FACEIT CS:GO League Season Finale at DreamHack Open Winter, defeating Luminosity Gaming to win $100,000.
Grand first prize winners: Fnatic – $100,000
Grand second prize winners: Luminosity – $50,000
Semi Finalists: TSM / Virtus Pro – $25,000
Dreamhack ROCCAT Legacy of Void
DreamHacks ROCCAT legacy of the Void Championship will have 24 of the most talented and skillful StarCraft II players in the World. Dishing it out live at DreamHack Winter to triumph over each other, to claim the title of best Legacy of the Void player in the world. The stakes are at an all-time high with a $50,000 prize. The tournaments are guaranteed to be putting you on the edge of your seats with regional qualifications showing how diverse these players are.
Grand first prize winner: Solar – $20,000
Grand second prize winner: PartinG – $10,000
Grand third prize winner: FireCake – $5,000
Grand fourth prize winner: ShoWTimE – $3,000
DreamHack, Asus ROG, Corsair Gaming, and Monster Energy are extraordinarily proud to announce that a fourth season of ASUS ROG DreamLeague is happening! With a whooping prize pool of $150,000. This season will conclusively determine the next DreamHack champion, for Dota 2 at DreamHack Winter 2015, 26-29th of November.
Grand first prize winners: OG OG – $55,000
Grand second prize winners: Team Empire – $30,000
Grand third prize winners: 4 Clover & Lepricon – $20,000
Grand fourth prize winners: Alliance – $15,000
Dreamhack Allstars Winter Clash
Heroes of the Storm is back at DreamHack. DreamHack All-Stars: Winter Clash—supported by Blizzard—featured some of the world’s best teams competing for a prize pool of $25,000.
Grand first prize winners: Fnatic – $12,500
Grand second prize winners: Team Liquid – $7,500
Grand third/fourth prize winners: Team Dignitas / MYinsanity – $2,500
NVIDIA Hearthstone GrandPrix
Every player out there had a chance to compete against the most famous Hearthstone streamers and accomplished pro players on an even playing field— with $40,000 USD in prize money up for grabs!
Grand first prize winner: Player: PurpleDrank; Team: GamersOrigin Money/HWC: $12,500 / 15
Grand second prize winner: Player: Ersee; Team: ManaLight Money/HWC: $7,500 / 10
Third/Fourth prize winners: Player: Hoej; Team: Natus Vincere Money/HWC: $5,000 / 5
Third/Fourth prize winners: Player: Greensheep; Team: Team Dignitas Money/HWC: $5,000 / 5
The second Super Smash Bros Melee event was hosted at DreamHack Winter 2015. Held between the 26th to the 29th of November, 2015. It had a total prize pool of $30,000, which was divided between Singles and Doubles.
Grand first prize winner: Player: Hungrybox ; Team: Team Liquid ; Prize: $10,000
Grand second prize winner: Player: Armada ; Team: Alliance ; Prize: $5,000
Grand third prize winners: Player: Plup ; Team: Panda Global Gaming ; Prize: $2,000
Grand fourth prize winner: Player: Westballz ; Team: Tempo Storm ; Prize: $1,000
Grand first prize winner: Player: Hungrybox ; Prize: $5,000
Grand second prize winner: Player: Shroomed ; Prize: $2,500
Grand third prize winners: Player: Armada ; Prize: $1,000
Grand fourth prize winner: Player: Mango ; Prize: $500
Ultra Street Fighter IV
The winner of the DreamHack Ultra Street Fighter IV Championship winter 2015 receives a direct slot for the Capcom Cup later in the year. Not only that but as well as a shocking $15,000 is for the taking. The DreamHack Ultra Street Fighter IV Championship was the last available opportunity to quality for the Capcom Cup!
Grand first prize winner: RZR|Xian – $7,000
Grand second prize winner: MD|Luffy – $3,000
Grand third prize winner: BX3.TPLINK|Phenom – $1,500