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IEM Katowice has been one of the highlights for both League of Legends and StarCraft 2 players, but this year, ESL have decided to add Counter-Strike: Global Offensive to the tournament. This will bring some of the best teams in the world together, but only one will walk out the door as champions. With this tournament, a total prizepool of $500,000 has been made, and $250,000 alone for CS:GO.

Tonight, Reason Gaming CS:GO Squad, will try to fight their way into the final of the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive EMS One qualifier Nordic Cup. Their first fight is going to be the Norwegians from Expert Gaming. But Reason have a long journey ahead. &nbsp
– The Nordic cup features teams like SK Gaming, n!faculty and Xapso.

So tune in tonight, and cheer for Reason – the first match starts at 19:00 CET