20 March in eSports world

Do you know what is remarkable about today in the world of eSports? See more in our material.

Tournaments and victories

13 years ago in Seoul, the high-scale CS:GO championship World e-Sports Games 2005 ended up. The prize pool of the tournament consisted of $95,000. The Norwegian collective became the champion and gained the money reward of $50,000.

In 2011, another one CS:GO tournament ended up. The prize pool of Intel Challenge Super Cup 7 was $10,000. Natus Vincere became the champions of the event and got the main money reward of $5,000.

On that day in 2016, the Dota 2 championship Dota Pit League Season 4 with the prize pool of $195,274 ended up. MVP.Phoenix became the winners and gained the main money reward of $97,637.

In 2016, the CS:GO tournament iBUYPOWER Spring Invitational 2016 was over, and Cloud9 won there and got the main money reward of $10,000.

Patches

On this day three patches for Dota 2 were released. One of them was released in 2007 году (6,43b), the second in 2009 (6,59d), and the third one in 2012 (6,74b).

Birthdays

Today these esportsmen are celebrating their birthdays:

John «BLU» Mullen — commentator, analyst CS:GO (23 y.o.)
Benjamin «waneG» Taquet — player of against All authority (CS:GO, 21 y.o.)
Eros «Sins» Rodriguez — player of Team Forge (Overwatch, 22 y.o.)

See also: Mascherano engaged in eSports development