With the addition of Sprout, the team count for the North American event has been brought to seven, leaving just a single invite left to complete the participants’ list for the tournament.
Sprout reside at No.25 in the rankings and will look to climb higher at the DreamHack event, with the German squad currently in the midst of the European Champions Cup, where they have recently made it out of the last chance group stage. The team is also set to compete in United Masters League Phase 2 before kicking off their campaign in Atlanta.
DreamHack Open Atlanta will run from November 15-17 and will be played at the Georgia World Congress Center, featuring a $100,000 prize pool. With Sprout’s addition, the team list now looks as follows: