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Details for GG.Bet ICE Challenge 2020 Revealed

Aditya Singh Rawat
5/Jan/2020 12:23 pm

Cover Image Courtesy: CS:GO Maincast | Thumbnail Image Courtesy: Liquipedia

GG.Bet has revealed all details for its upcoming tournament ICE Challenge 2020, scheduled to take place from 1st to 6th February at ExCeL London. The $250,000 tournament will feature a total of 8 invited teams which will be divided into two groups of 4 teams each.


The list of invited teams has also been announced, featuring some new teams like the revamped Virtus.pro, GODSENT, and the much-hyped OG. They will be further joined by veteran teams like Na’ Vi, ENCE, and mousesports, along with the tier two Danish teams Heroic and MAD Lions.

Image Credit: CS:GO Maincast


These teams will be facing each other in the group stage, following which the top three teams from each group will move on to the playoffs, fighting for the lions share of the $250,000 prize pool.

The groups have not been decided yet and will be revealed in the coming days. But one thing is for sure, that this tournament will have quite a story to tell. With a good mix of highly ranked teams, new experienced line-ups and a couple of tier-two teams, it is bound to be a proving ground where reputation and dedication will be clashing hard against each other.


The prize pool has been divided in such a way that every participating team will be walking away with a share of it,

First Place
$125,000
Second Place
$50,000
Third - Fourth Place
$25,000
Fifth - Sixth Place
$10,000
Seventh - Eighth Place
$2,500


Let’s see which teams land up against each other in the group stage. Being one of the very first tournaments to take place in 2020, fans will be eagerly looking forward to the tournament.



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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.