DreamHack have announced the postponement of the remaining live events that were originally planned to take place during the remaining months of 2020. A total of five DreamHack stops are affected. This is of course due to the never-ending coronavirus pandemic.
DreamHack Forced to Postpone
The global health scare that the coronavirus is causing all year has forced tournament organizer DreamHack into postponing five live events until 2021. Those are DreamHack Rotterdam, DreamHack Hyderabad, DreamHack Atlanta, DreamHack Winter and DreamHack Madrid. They join DreamHack Dallas, DreamHack Summer and DreamHack Montreal who were all postponed earlier in the year.
DreamHack will continue to operate at online level, however. There's an onoing CS:GO tournament as we speak - DreamHack Open Summer. Additionally, DreamHack are still scheduled to organize the final Regional Major Ranking tournament prior to the ESL One Rio Major, so while it won't be offline, DH will still bring some content to the table.
On other gaming fronts, DreamHack Open featuring Fortnite will keep the Battle Royale fans engaged all the way into next year with monthly online tournaments that are open to anyone aged 13 and over. The DreamHack Starcraft 2 Masters and DreamHack Warcraft 3 Open circuits have also been moved online instead of cut.
All in all, we still have more than enough DreamHack to go in 2020, just online. For the full details, check the organizer's official announcement.