Fragbite tillsammans med bl.a CDON har anordnat en riktigt fet turnering du absolut bör spana in! Med massor av spel och insane prispengar!

Livestreams kommer givetvis finnas och vi hoppas få in lite av våra casters på detta. (Mer info kommer på CtrlAltElite’s Tv Tablån)

Vi på CtrlAltElite tackar Fragbite för detta och deras engagemang till E-Sporten och

Här kan du kvalificera dig till dom olika spelen:

• Date: 6/10 – QUAL #1 – Counter-Strike Global Offensive – REGISTRATION OPEN
• Date: 7/10 – QUAL #1 – StarCraft II – REGISTRATION OPEN
• Date: 5/10 – QUAL #1 – Dota2 – REGISTRATION OPEN
• Date: 4/10 – QUAL #1 – League Of Legends – REGISTRATION OPEN

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

1. 100 000 SEK
2. 20 000 SEK
3. 10 000 SEK

Total: 130 000 SEK

StarCraft II

1. 100 000 SEK
2. 30 000 SEK
3. 20 000 SEK

Total: 150 000 SEK

Dota2

1. 100 000 SEK
2. 20 000 SEK
3. 10 000 SEK

Total: 130 000 SEK

League of Legends

1. 70 000 SEK
2. 20 000 SEK
3. 10 000 SEK

Total: 100 000 SEK

Battlefield 3

1. 30 000 SEK
2. 15 000 SEK
3. 5 000 SEK

Total: 50 000 SEK

Super Street Fighter:

1. 20 000 SEK

Total: 20 000 SEK

FIFA 13

1. 20 000 SEK

Total: 20 000 SEK

Welcome to the campaign page for THOR OPEN, containing all the necessary information for you as a participant and/or spectator.

THOR OPEN is a big opportunity for teams and players who want to prove themselves and get seen by the e-sports community. The tournament will be spread out over two months with a bunch of qualifiers, in which a total of eight teams/players will get a slot to the finals in December. This is an open tournament, which means that anyone can register for it. So even if you or your team are not based in Sweden, you can still get a spot to the finals.

The final will be hosted at Kistamässan in Stockholm, 8-9 december. More information about the venue is listed below.

The prize pool for THOR OPEN is a whopping 600 000 SEK ( ~$87 000), spread out over seven different game titles. Which will all feature a top quality coverage right here on Fragbite.

Starting in October we will host a qualifier for five of the seven games weekly, and each qualifier will grant a slot to the big finals in December. The two games that will not feature weekly online-qualifiers will instead have two offline-qualifiers where a total of four players will given a slot in the finals.

Other information: 
If you have any questions or pointers on missing information, don’t hesitate to send an email to either Pontus or  – Martin Thanks!