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YaLLa, Goliath and Lucid to take part in DreamHack Delhi CS:GO Invitational 2019

Aditya Singh Rawat
20th Nov, 2019

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The DreamHack Delhi CS:GO Invitational 2019 which is a part of the upcoming DreamHack Delhi 2019 has announced two out of the four direct invites with YaLLa Esports and Goliath Gaming making there way to India for the $54,000 tournament.

Not only this but Lucid Dream will also be flying to Delhi, making its way through the Online Qualifier. With this, three out of the six available slots have been booked, as two more directly invited teams are yet to be announced along with the winner of ESL India Premiership Fall Season 2019.


YaLLa Esports was recently seen in action at ZOWIE eXTREMESLAND 2019 for which it qualified through the Middle East region. The Lebanese organization could not go far in the tournament and concluded their run with a disappointing 9th - 12th finish.

But do not judge this team from this one instance, they are a heavily experienced side with players from all over the Middle East region and an exceptional European coach. The team constantly practises in the EU servers and will surely try to put up a better show than their last outing.


Goliath Gaming from South Africa will be the second team to join in all the action. With the last season of DreamHack witnessing two South African teams being invited for the tournament and one of them walking away as the eventual champions, once again a team from that region has been invited for the tournament.

The team has been having a great time in their local circuit and its time that they show their capability at a bigger stage.


Lucid Dream who qualified for the main event through the online qualifier is by far the strongest and the most experienced team of the three currently present. The Thai representatives are one of the best teams from their country, while also being one of the best contenders from the SEA region.


With half the teams for the tournament already being locked down and the fall season of ESL India Premiership coming to an end this weekend, let’s see which two teams receive the final direct invites.



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Aditya Singh Rawat is the in-house CS:GO editor at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.

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