CS:GO Tournaments Statistics in January 2017

Counter Strike: Global Offensive is a remake of a legendary Counter Strike 1.6. For the first few years after release of CS:GO in 2012 Counter Strike community split up into 2 groups, many players stayed loyal to CS 1.6. But right now CS:GO is the most popular shooter in gaming industry and one of the most biggest Esports discipline. 

Counter Strike: Global Offensive, has a well-advised democratic tournament system. Valve, developers of the game, cooperate with independent tournament organizers like ESL or ELeague, giving them full information and ingame support. CS:GO was named "Esports Game of the Year" at 2016.

CS:GO Tournaments in January 2017

Logo Title Prize poolPeak viewersHours watched Event date
iGame Winter Invitational Prize pool $10 000 Peak viewers 9.90K
w/o CN: 9.90K
Hours watched 65.40K
w/o CN: 65.40K
30.01.17 - 10.02.17
Duration: 13 hours
ELEAGUE Major 2017 Prize pool $1 000 000 Peak viewers 1.72M
w/o CN: 1.33M
Hours watched 62.61M
w/o CN: 42.92M
22.01.17 - 29.01.17
Duration: 75 hours
ESL Pro League Season 4 Relegation Prize pool - Peak viewers 71.52K
w/o CN: 16.46K
Hours watched 334.78K
w/o CN: 60.12K
18.01.17 - 19.01.17
Duration: 7 hours
IEM Katowice 2017 EU Open Qualifier 1 Prize pool - Peak viewers 39.13K
w/o CN: 33.58K
Hours watched 107.79K
w/o CN: 70.05K
16.01.17 - 17.01.17
Duration: 5 hours
DreamHack Leipzig 2017 Prize pool $100 000 Peak viewers 124.25K
w/o CN: 109.99K
Hours watched 2.01M
w/o CN: 1.47M
13.01.17 - 15.01.17
Duration: 31 hours

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