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Four upcoming DreamHack events have been postponed

DreamHack joins the never-ending list of cancelled and postponed events in 2020.

Four upcoming DreamHack festivals set to happen in 2020 have been postponed. This was officially confirmed earlier today, in a statement issued by organisers.

"It is with a heavy heart that we at DreamHack announce the postponement of four upcoming festivals: DreamHack Valencia, DreamHack Dallas, DreamHack Summer, and DreamHack Montreal. The decision was made in light of the current situation surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic and ongoing efforts to keep the health and safety of DreamHack staff and visitors a priority," a statement says. "We are currently exploring new dates in 2021 for DreamHack Dallas, DreamHack Summer, and DreamHack Montreal and are looking forward to sharing more information with you on our plans as soon as possible."

DreamHack Dallas, DreamHack Summer, and DreamHack Montreal have all been pushed to 2021, while current plans for DreamHack Valencia is to be held in October(8-12). This is the second time DreamHack is postponing these events. DreamHack Dallas and DreamHack Summer were previously moved from May and June to August, and now for 2021.

Fall DreamHack events are currently set to happen according to schedule, with no changes at the moment.

  • DreamHack Rotterdam — 16-18 October 2020
  • DreamHack Hyderabad — 30 October - 1 November 2020
  • DreamHack Atlanta — 13-15 November 2020
  • DreamHack Winter — 27-29 November 2020
  • DreamHack Madrid — 11-13 December 2020

All DreamHack esports events planned for postponed festivals will be moved online, which includes CS:GO Open, DreamHack StarCraft II Masters, DreamHack Warcraft 3 Open, Northern League of Legends Championship (NLC), and Magic: The Gathering Arena.

For more information, please visit the official DreamHack statement.

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