Tournaments

EPICENTER is a series of LAN tournaments featuring the world’s strongest eSports teams. The Dota 2 tournament received an EuBea Live Entertainment award beating such participants as BMW Group, Samsung and British Airways.

8 top teams from all over the world attended the EPICENTER CS:GO tournament been held in Autumn 2018 in Moscow.

Key statistics


73M
online livestream views

$300,000
Prize pool

200,000
concurrent viewers in Europe, CIS, and Americas peaked

Epic Esports Events on April-May 2018 held the EPICENTER XL – the first-ever Russian-hosted esports Major status tournament. A total of 12 of the world’s best teams competed for the $1 mln prize pool and DPC points to attend the main esports event of the year – The International 2018.

Key statistics


24,000
people attended the tournament

10
official broadcasts languages

20M
unique viewers

The fourth tournament from the Epicenter series was held in St. Petersburg in October 2017. The world’s strongest teams competed in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. SK Gaming was the winning team.

Key statistics


>30M
online livestream views

$500,000
Prize pool

12,000
people attended the tournament

The third tournament in the EPICENTER series was held in Moscow in June 2017. The world’s strongest Dota 2 teams competed in it. Team Liquid was the winner.

Key statistics


17M
Viewers watched the online livestream (not including streams in China)

$500,000
Prize pool

3
Coverage languages

A premier tournament among the world’s best CS:GO teams was held in October 2016.

Key statistics


28M
Online viewers

$500,000
Prize pool

3
Coverage languages

The first event was held in the spring of 2016, gathering the strongest Dota 2 teams from all around the world. It also featured the Warcraft movie presentation in collaboration with Legendary Entertainment.

Key statistics


17M
Online viewers

$500,000
Prize pool

8
Языковых трансляций

GOCL & D2CL - Counter-Strike / Dota events for players of any skill.

GO2CL and D2CL are series of eSports tournaments for players of any skill. Since 2013, more than $500,000 have been paid to the participants. The tournaments have featured both newcomers and veterans.