With so many CS:GO events occurring all year round, it might be challenging to remain on track. We have attempted to include the best events that have been officially confirmed for 2023 on this list. The Counter-Strike Global Offensive calendar for 2023 is not yet finalized, but many upcoming events spread out over the months where the best teams from around the world will compete. There will be a wide variety of teams to follow throughout the year, including Major champions like Outsiders and FaZe Clan, rising stars on MOUZ and G2 Esports, and teams trying to rekindle the magic of the previous major like Ninjas in Pyjamas and Astralis.
The three leading companies that organize competitive CS:GO competitions are ESL, Intel Extreme Masters, and BLAST. The professional leagues, prestigious tournaments, and significant global finals are all designed and managed in part by them individually.
Here is the schedule for the forthcoming event in 2023. Here is the guide to the cs:go events tournaments calendar 2023.
1. ESL Pro League — Seasons 17 & 18
Date: March 1 to April 2nd, 2023
Prize Pool: $835,000
Date: August 15 to September 24, 2023
Prize Pool: $835,000
The ESL Pro Leagues will have a significant impact on how the CS:GO 2023 tournament schedule is put out. In addition to some hefty cash prizes, each season’s champion also earns a direct seed in the big competition. To see how their favorite team does against the other teams in the league, fans will be turning in to watch one of the most well-known sports leagues in the world. The eight teams which placed first in their respective groups advance to the playoffs. That suggests that your chances of being admitted to Cologne are higher than ever!
The tournament calendar for CS:GO starts to gather up speed in the second half of 2023. As we enter the second season of the year, all of the competitors will be working hard to make a name for themselves as the World Finals get closer.
2. ESL Challenger at DreamHack
Date: April 7 to 17th December 2023.
Prize Pool: $100,000
Teams: Eight Teams
The company will host several competitions across various titles in 2019. DreamHack events are renowned for their esports tournaments. Important esports competitions include DreamHack Dallas, which hosts the Intel Extreme Masters Dallas, and DreamHack Hanover, which hosts a CS:GO ESL Challenger competition.
ESL Challenger will be a part of DreamHack Atlanta and DreamHack Melbourne, the former of which will also host the Fighters Championships. The Snapdragon Pro Series Challenge North America Finals have conjunction with DreamHack San Diego. During the competition, which runs from April 28 to 30, the top eight teams will compete for a share of the $100,000 prize fund. In a double-elimination GSL structure, the competing teams will be split into two groups of four, with the top two teams moving on to a single-elimination playoff bracket.
Complete the Schedule of DreamHack
- DreamHack San Diego, California, USA: April 7th-9th
- DreamHack Melbourne, Australia: April 28th-30th
- DreamHack Japan, Makuhari, Japan: May 13th-14th
- DreamHack Dallas, Texas, USA: June 2nd-4th
- DreamHack Hanover, Germany: June 8th-11th
- DreamHack Summer, Jönköping, Sweden: June 16th-18th
- DreamHack Valencia, Spain: July 7th-9th
- DreamHack Hyderabad, India: October 29th-30th
- Dreamhack Winter, Jönköping, Sweden: November 24th-26th
- DreamHack Valencia, Spain: December 7th-10th
- DreamHack Hanover, Germany: December 14th-17th
- DreamHack Atlanta, Georgia, USA: December 15th-17th
- Challengers Stage – 8th to 11th May 2023
- Legends Stage – 13th to 16th May 2023
- Champions Stage – 18th to 21st May 2023
3. BLAST Premier Fall Groups | Mid 2023 | TBC
Date: July 13th – 23rd July 2023
Prize Pool: $177,500
The Fall Groups, the second round of the BLAST Premier circuit in 2023, will essentially follow the same format as the Spring Groups, with the same partnered teams progressing through the groups. The most significant difference this time around may be seeding, which may shake up the groups depending on how the other clubs’ seasons have gone.
4. BLAST Premier World Final | Late 2023
Date: December 13th – 17th December 2023
Prize Pool: $1,000,000
The BLAST Premier World Final will include the teams that had the best year on the BLAST circuit. Teams will qualify regardless of whether they are BLAST partner teams or not if they win significant competitions like the Paris Major and second Major of the year. The 2023 BLAST Premier World Final will be set yet, but previous editions happen in Abu Dhabi and Copenhagen.
Here is our complete guide to CS:GO Events & Tournaments Calendar 2023. There are several CS:GO events coming up in 2023, including the Majors’ schedule, the ESL Pro Tour, and the BLAST competitions. Please read our guide for complete information.