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2017 Intel Extreme Masters

09 Mar 2017
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Intel® Extreme Masters World Championship 2017 takes place on Feb. 25-26 and March 3-5 at the Spodek Arena in Katowice, Poland. Each season is a circuit of tournaments in all corners of the globe and only the very best qualify for the Intel Extreme Masters World Championship at the end of the season.

Intel Extreme Masters World Championship 2017 opened for its first weekend Feb. 25-26, 2017, at the Spodek Arena in Katowice, Poland. The longest-running eSports tournament, Intel Extreme Masters is hosting two weekends of pro gaming produced by ESL and powered by Intel-based technologies. Eight “League of Legends” teams competed at Intel Extreme Masters Katowice culminating in the best-of-five grand finals. (Credit: ESL | Helena Kristiansson)

Intel Extreme Masters World Championship 2017 opened for its first weekend Feb. 25-26, 2017, at the Spodek Arena in Katowice, Poland. The longest-running eSports tournament, Intel Extreme Masters is hosting two weekends of pro gaming produced by ESL and powered by Intel-based technologies. Eight “League of Legends” teams competed at Intel Extreme Masters Katowice culminating in the best-of-five grand finals. (Credit: ESL | Helena Kristiansson)

With 10 years of epic events and thrilling finals, Intel Extreme Masters has been an important part of the eSports community since its origin. ESports fans from more than 180 countries regularly make Intel Extreme Masters events record-breakers in terms of attendance and viewership. ESL’s online broadcast of the Intel Extreme Masters reaches over 40 million viewers on Twitch each season.