DreamHack Winter Preview

News 27.11.2017

DreamHack Winter 2017

Another year and another DreamHack Winter is upon us which means not only a huge LAN party but plenty of eSports events that ENCE will be attending. The event which will run from 1st – 4th December at Jönköping, Sweden will bring together numerous eSports to compete across a variety of different competitions. ENCE will be represented by Kufdon, Serral and Rainbow Six as they each look to claim their own titles which you can read more about below.


Kufdon will be attending DreamHack Winter to compete in the Hearthstone Grand Prix which will see 200 players compete for a $25,000 prize pool. As well as the prize money there is the HCT points which are crucial for players looking to make it to the main world championship. After putting out great results and picking up a few key wins in Finland Kufdon will be looking forward to making  his impact on the international stage and we hope that you cheer him on during the event.

  • Last Hero Standing
  • Standard Mode
    • 4 Decks, 1 Ban
    • Swiss
    • Best of Five
    • Top 16 Advance to playoffs
  • Playoffs
    • Single Elimination

The Nordic Championships are back for their Winter bout and ENCE will be looking to claim two titles at the Swedish event. Serral who went 9-0 in the Summer NC but was unable to play the playoffs due to attending GSL vs The World is back and looking to take back his title of Nordic Champion. Finishing the group stage 11-0 and recently picking up the EU/Regional WESG title he will be looking to add another trophy to the collection. He will face off against Namshar in the Best of Five final for the title as well as the $3000 first place prize.

After many seasons the Rainbow Six team managed to break the curse and pick up the coveted season championship in the Rainbow Six Pro League. Not only this but they are the Summer NC defending champions and will be looking to keep that title all to themselves. The team will be facing off against BK is Watching in the Best of Three final to defend their title and for the $5000 first place prize.’

Where to watch

You will be able to watch all the action right here on ENCE.gg on the coverage articles for both Hearthstone Grand Prix and the Nordic Championship. We hope that you cheer on all the players as they look to bring home 3 more titles over the weekend and continue the #EZ4ENCE trend of the last few weeks.