Teams of gamers play “Counter-Strike” in Las Vegas last weekend for a shot at a $450,000 prize pool. Swedish company DreamHack, which hosts the tournaments, has opened an office in Tacoma to expand its presence in North America.
Teams of gamers play “Counter-Strike” in Las Vegas last weekend for a shot at a $450,000 prize pool. Swedish company DreamHack, which hosts the tournaments, has opened an office in Tacoma to expand its presence in North America. Adela Sznajder Courtesy
Teams of gamers play “Counter-Strike” in Las Vegas last weekend for a shot at a $450,000 prize pool. Swedish company DreamHack, which hosts the tournaments, has opened an office in Tacoma to expand its presence in North America. Adela Sznajder Courtesy

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