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IEM Beijing-Haidian 2020 Completed

IEM Beijing-Haidian 2020

Nov 6, 2020Nov 23, 2020

32 of the best teams in the world will soon compete in the IEM Beijing-Haidian 2020 tournament. Despite having to be played online, the event will still have several days of nonstop action, as some of the best teams in the world will battle it out!

The event will be split into 4 regions, and a shared prize pool of $250,000 USD, which surely will motivate players and teams to give it their all. So be prepared to watch teams such as Astralis, Liquid, G2, NAVI and many more compete for honor and glory, at the IEM Beijing-Haidian 2020 Finals.

IEM Beijing-Haidian 2020 logo




IEM Beijing-Haidian 2020 is being held in World World

Prize pool


Highlighted players

We have selected five players that you should look out for in IEM Beijing-Haidian 2020 - because they are on the rise or is the best players right now. Use the information with common sense and don't use our subjective assessment in games or betting if you do not agree.

This young-gun might turn out to be what could save FaZe after NiKo left. What we can expect now is more confidence and well-thought plays from broky. Not having to create the extra space for his teammates, but being on the same level will make him shine.

Jamppi is and will always be an exciting player to follow. We don’t see him as much as many would like, due to some technicalities. But when he’s on the team, he’s always showing why he deserves to play with the big guys.

When we talk about great AWP’ers people might forget about acoR. Give this man the long stick, and we can promise you, he will deliver big time. The MAD Lions roster is still fairly new, but with this guy, they’re in good hands.

As a wildcard, magixx must be one of the players to look at. only 17 years old, he showed his huge talent and potential in the IEM Beijing-Haidian qualifier. Together with his team Spirit, he will do everything to win this tournament.

We can’t overlook NiKo in this tournament either. G2 picking him up from FaZe turned out in their favor. He dominates wherever he goes and no matter the opponent, he is always a threat.

Tournament format

The European and North American will feature a group stage and playoffs stage, while the Asian and Oceanian will only feature a playoffs stage

Group Stage:

- The group stage will be played according to the double-elimination bracket format across two groups

- All matches are BO3

- The two best teams from each group advance to the Playoffs

Playoffs (EU and NA):

- The playoffs will be played according to the single-elimination bracket format

- All matches are BO3

Playoffs (Asia and OC):

- The playoffs will be played according to the double-elimination bracket format

- All matches are BO3

The Grand Final is a BO5