Although not the biggest tournament of the year, DreamHack Open Fall will be a huge proving ground for teams that have struggled in the disarray caused by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. More importantly the tournament will be a springboard for one team, with the eventual winners automatically qualifying for the IEM XV – Global Challenge.

Sixteen teams will be participating in this year’s event. With some of them surging lately, and others on a downward spiral, it’s time to see who the absolute favorites, the dark horses, and the ultimate underdogs are.

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The Favorites

Heading into this year’s tournament, Astralis and Vitality Gaming are definitely the teams to beat. After numerous roster changes over the last couple of months, Astralis has seemingly found what works best for them. Even if things go south, Astralis has two world-class players on its bench that can be called upon when needed.

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Vitality Gaming has slowly but surely established itself as one of Europe’s premier teams. Although the team had a bad showing at ESL Pro League Season 12, it still isn’t enough