In total: 62 events & $7,259,900 prize money so far.

Season 11

Intel Extreme Masters Season 11

Intel® Extreme Masters moved forward into its eleventh years of competition, further increasing its history and legacy in esports. The elite pro gaming tour brought together professional computer game competitors in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, StarCraft® II and League of Legends in three different continents and four different countries.


  • Shanghai, China
  • Oakland, United States
  • Gyeonggi, South Korea
  • Katowice, Poland

IEM revisited familiar grounds with its first event being hosted at Chinajoy in Shanghai before moving to the Bay Area for its 2nd event on the west coast of America. For the first time since 2008, IEM went back to South Korea to host an event in the Mecca of esports, this time taking the newly released Blizzard Entertainment title Overwatch with it. The grand finale of Season 11 returned home to Katowice in Poland to host its biggest event yet where we saw esports take over the city for not one but two weekends for the first time in its history.

Prize money $1,373,750
July 28th - 31st - Chinajoy
Shanghai
StarCraft® II: LotV
1st uThermal $16,000
2nd Neeb $8,000
3rd-4th ShoWTimE $5,000
3rd-4th viOLet $5,000
Total $50,000
Nov 19th - 20th - Oracle Arena
Oakland
League of Legends
1st Unicorns of Love $16,000
2nd Flash Wolves $20,000
3rd-4th Team SoloMid $10,000
3rd-4th Longzhu Gaming $10,000
Counter-Strike: GO
1st Ninjas in Pyjamas $128,000
2nd SK Gaming $53,000
3rd-4th FaZe Clan $30,000
3rd-4th Astralis $29,000
Total $430,000
Dec 16th - 18th - Goyang Sports Complex
Gyeonggi
Overwatch
1st LW Red $50,000
2nd Lunatic-Hai $20,000
3rd-4th AF.Blue $10,000
3rd-4th Rogue $10,000
League of Legends
1st Samsung Galaxy $50,000
2nd Kongdoo Monster $20,000
3rd-4th Immortals $10,000
3rd-4th Team Liquid $10,000
StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void
1st INnoVation $15,000
2nd Stats $6,000
3rd-4th Dark $2,500
3rd-4th ByuL $2,500
Total $235,000
Feb 25-26 & March 3-5 - Spodek Katowice
Katowice
StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void
1st TY $115,203.85
2nd Stats $45,300
3rd-4th aLive $18,000
3rd-4th Dark $17,900
League of Legends
1st Flash Wolves $78,942.31
2nd G2 Esports $30,000
3rd-4th ROX Tigers $15,000
3rd-4th H2k-Gaming $15,000
Counter-Strike: GO
1st Astralis $118,903.85
2nd FaZe Clan $44,000
3rd-4th Immortals $24,000
3rd-4th Heroic $23,000
Total $688,750

Season 10

Intel Extreme Masters Season 10

ESL, the world’s largest esports company, and Intel announced the tenth season of the longest running global esports tournament series, the Intel Extreme Masters. The elite pro gaming tour is set to bring together professional computer game players in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, StarCraft® II and League of Legends for several events across three different continents.

A decade of the Intel Extreme Masters elite pro gaming tour marks the return of Counter-Strike, which was a staple of the global competition series up until its sixth season. Michal Blicharz, Managing Director of Pro Gaming at ESL, said the following of the game’s return: “The success and the legacy of the Intel Extreme Masters was partly built on Counter-Strike and it’s a great feeling to go into the tenth season of the circuit with CS:GO back in it. Adding a third game makes this IEM season the largest in years!”

This year’s Intel Extreme Masters will also feature Blizzard Entertainment’s StarCraft II, returning for the sixth year. Blizzard’s games have been a part of the Intel Extreme Masters tournament series for all 10 seasons, beginning with Warcraft® III competition during its inaugural season. Publisher and developer Riot Games' MOBA League of Legends will also feature in season ten of the elite pro gaming tour. A vital component of the action since its debut in August 2011, the game celebrates its fifth year as part of the Intel Extreme Masters.

Prize money $993,200
2015-07-16 08:00:00Z 2015-07-20 08:00:00Z - Shenzhen Cartoon and Animation Festival
Shenzhen
Starcraft 2: HotS
1st Classic $10,000
2nd PartinG $4,000
3rd-4th herO $2,000
3rd-4th TY $2,000
Heroes of the Storm
1st MVP Black $5,000
2nd Virtus.Pro $3,000
3rd-4th Brave Heart $1,000
3rd-4th Newbee $1,000
Total $35,000
2015-08-05 08:00:00Z 2015-08-09 08:00:00Z - Hall 8, gamescom 2015
gamescom
Starcraft 2: HotS
1st INnoVation $10,000
2nd soO $4,000
3rd-4th Fantasy $2,000
3rd-4th MMA $2,000
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
1st Team EnVyUs $45,500
2nd Team SoloMid $15,500
3rd Renegades $11,500
4th mousesports $5,500
Total $117,700
2015-11-21 09:00:00Z 2015-11-22 09:00:00Z - SAP Center
San Jose
League of Legends
1st Origen $32,000
2nd CLG $14,080
3rd-4th Team SoloMid $6,400
3rd-4th Jin Air Greenwings $6,400
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
1st Natus Vincere $57,000
2nd Team SoloMid $22,800
3rd-4th Team Liquid $11,400
3rd-4th G2 Esports $11,400
Total $178,000
2015-12-18 08:00:00Z 2015-12-20 22:00:00Z - ESL Studio
Cologne
League of Legends
1st ESC Ever $25,000
2nd QG Reaper $11,000
3rd-4th Fnatic $5,000
3rd-4th H2k $5,000
Total $50,000
Jan 29th - Feb 2nd 2016 - Taipei Game Show
Taipei
Counter-Strike: GO
1st MongolZ $30,000
2nd Renegades $15,000
3rd-4th CyberZen $2,500
3rd-4th Chiefs eSports $2,500
StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void
1st sOs $12,000
2nd ByuN $5,000
3rd-4th Soulkey $2,500
3rd-4th herO $2,500
Total $75,000
March 2nd - 6th 2016 - Spodek, Katowice
Katowice
Counter-Strike: GO
1st Fnatic $104,000
2nd Luminosity Gaming $44,000
3rd-4th Astralis $25,000
3rd-4th Natus Vincere $23,000
StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void
1st Polt $35,000
2nd Snute $15,000
3rd-4th Hydra $10,000
3rd-4th Nerchio $10,000
League of Legends
1st SK Telecom T1 $50,000
2nd Fnatic $20,000
3rd-4th Royal Never Give Up $10,000
3rd-4th Team SoloMid $10,000
Total $537,500

Season 9

Intel Extreme Masters Season 9
The ninth season of the Intel Extreme Masters hosted tournaments in Shenzen, Toronto, San Jose, Cologne, Taipei and the final stop: the World Championship in Katowice!
Prize money $535,000
2014-07-15 22:00:00Z 2014-07-19 22:00:00Z - Shenzhen, China
Shenzhen
League of Legends
1st Team WE $3,500
2nd Edward Gaming $1,500
3rd-4th Invictus Gaming $0
3rd-4th OMG $0
Starcraft 2
1st Taeja $10,000
2nd Solar $4,000
3rd-4th Jaedong $2,000
3rd-4th Jim $2,000
Total $30,000
2014-08-27 22:00:00Z 2014-08-30 22:00:00Z - Canada
Toronto
Starcraft 2
1st Flash $10,000
2nd Zest $4,000
3rd-4th Life $2,000
3rd-4th Taeja $2,000
Total $25,000
2014-12-05 23:00:00Z 2014-12-06 23:00:00Z - San Jose
San Jose
League of Legends
1st Cloud 9 $25,000
2nd Unicorns of Love $11,000
3rd-4th Alliance $5,000
3rd-4th Team Solomid $5,000
Starcraft 2
1st herO $10,000
2nd Rain $4,000
3rd-4th Jaedong $2,000
3rd-4th Bomber $2,000
Total $75,000
2014-12-17 23:00:00Z 2014-12-20 23:00:00Z - Cologne
Cologne
League of Legends
1st Gambit Gaming $17,000
2nd Counter Logic Gaming $7,500
3rd-4th Roccat $5,000
3rd-4th Team Dignitas $5,000
Total $30,000
2015-01-27 23:00:00Z 2015-01-31 23:00:00Z - Taipei
Taipei
League of Legends
1st yoe Flash Wolves $25,000
2nd Taipei Assassins $11,000
3rd-4th ahq e-Sports Club $5,000
3rd-4th Saigon Jokers $5,000
Starcraft 2
1st Life $10,000
2nd Maru $4,000
3rd-4th PartinG $2,000
3rd-4th Soulkey $2,000
Total $75,000
2015-03-12 11:00:00Z 2015-03-15 21:00:00Z - Katowice, Poland
World Championship
League of Legends
1st Team SoloMid $108,414
2nd Team WE $30,000
3rd-4th yoe Flash Wolves $15,000
3rd-4th GE Tigers $15,000
Starcraft 2
1st Zest $68,707
2nd Trap $15,000
3rd-4th Bbyong $7,000
3rd-4th Dark $7,000
Total $300,000

Season 8

Intel Extreme Masters Season 8
The eighth season of the Intel Extreme Masters was one of change and broken records. Returning to cities of previous stops such as Sao Paulo, Singapore and New York, the tournament series had big successes and experienced warm welcomes across the globe. For the first time in the tournament's history, the World Championship to conclude the season was moved away from CeBIT in Hanover, Germany and to the wonderful city of Katowice where a full Spodek Arena made dreams come true for the champions of the KT Rolster Bullets in League of Legends and the StarCraft II World Champion sOs.
Prize money $605,000
2013-07-24 22:00:00Z 2013-07-27 22:00:00Z - Shanghai, China
Shanghai
StarCraft II: HotS
1st Revival $10,000
2nd Oz $4,000
3rd-4th HerO $2,000
3rd-4th MC $2,000
League of Legends
1st World Elite $18.000
2nd Invictus Gaming $8.000
3rd-4th OMG $2.000
3rd-4th Royal Club Huang Zu $2.000
Total $55,000
2013-10-09 22:00:00Z 2013-10-12 22:00:00Z - New York, USA
New York
StarCraft II: HotS
1st Life $10,000
2nd NaNiwa $4,000
3rd-4th Curious $2,000
3rd-4th HyuN $2,000
Total $25,000
2013-11-22 23:00:00Z 2013-11-23 23:00:00Z - Cologne, Germany
Cologne
League of Legends
1st Gambit Gaming $17,000
2nd Fnatic $7,500
3rd-4th Cloud 9 $5,000
3rd-4th Counter Logic Gaming $5,000
Total $80,000
2013-11-27 23:00:00Z 2013-11-30 23:00:00Z - Singapore
Singapore
StarCraft II: HotS
1st herO $10,000
2nd san $4,000
3rd-4th Hydra $2,000
3rd-4th DongRaeGu $2,000
League of Legends
1st Invictus Gaming $25,000
2nd CJ Entus Frost $10,000
3rd-4th Taipei Snipers $5,000
3rd-4th Saigon Jokers $5,000
Total $95,000
2014-01-27 23:00:00Z 2014-01-31 23:00:00Z - Sao Paulo, Brazil
Sao Paulo
StarCraft II: HotS
1st herO $10,000
2nd MC $4,000
3rd-4th jjakji $2,000
3rd-4th TLO $2,000
League of Legends
1st Millenium $15,500
2nd paiN Gaming $6,500
3rd-4th Seven Wars $4,500
3rd-4th OceloteWorld $4,500
Total $75,000
2014-02-12 23:00:00Z 2014-02-15 23:00:00Z - Cologne, Germany
Cologne
StarCraft II: HotS
1st HerO $10.000
2nd Polt $4.000
3rd-4th Rain $2.000
3rd-4th Jaedong $2.000
Total $25,000
2014-03-12 23:00:00Z 2014-03-15 23:00:00Z - Katowice, Poland
World Championship
StarCraft II: HotS
1st sOs $100,000
2nd herO $0
3rd-4th Polt $0
3rd-4th TaeJa $0
League of Legends
1st KT Rolster Bullets $60,000
2nd Fnatic $30,000
3rd-4th Cloud 9 HyperX $14,000
3rd-4th Gambit Gaming $14,000
Total $250,000

Season 7

Intel Extreme Masters Season 7
The 2012-13 season of the Intel Extreme Masters features StarCraft II and League of Legends as th main titles and with events at gamescom, in Singapore, Cologne, Poland and Brazil. Players and teams from around the world are once more competing on a global scale, all with the same goal: To qualify for the World Championship at CeBIT 2013 in Hanover, Germany. Last year MC won StarCraft II and Moscow 5 were triumphant in the first season with League of Legends.
Prize money $696,000
2012-08-14 22:00:00Z 2012-08-18 22:00:00Z - Cologne, gamescom
gamescom
StarCraft II
1st Mvp $6,500
2nd Nerchio $3,300
3rd-4th viOLet $1,700
3rd-4th VortiX $1,700
League of Legends
1st Moscow Five $40,000
2nd SK Gaming $30,000
3rd-4th CLG.EU $25,000
3rd-4th Fnatic $15,000
Total $182,000
2012-11-21 23:00:00Z 2012-11-24 23:00:00Z - Singapore, SITEX
Singapore
StarCraft II
1st Sting $6,500
2nd Grubby $3,300
3rd-4th sLivko $1,700
3rd-4th VortiX $1,700
League of Legends
1st MYM $15,500
2nd AL.NA $8,500
3rd-4th KLH $4,500
3rd-4th itadakimasu $4,500
Total $82,000
2012-12-13 23:00:00Z 2012-12-15 23:00:00Z - Cologne, ESL Arena
Cologne
League of Legends
1st SK Telecom T1 $15,500
2nd Fnatic $8,500
3rd-4th MYM $4,500
3rd-4th CJ Entus $4,500
Total $50,000
2013-01-17 23:00:00Z 2013-01-19 23:00:00Z - Katowice, Spodek
Katowice
StarCraft II
1st First $6,500
2nd Dream $3,300
3rd-4th Socke $1,700
3rd-4th PartinG $1,700
League of Legends
1st Gambit Gaming $15,500
2nd Azubu Blaze $8,500
3rd-4th Fnatic $4,500
3rd-4th Azubu Frost $4,500
Total $82,000
2013-01-28 23:00:00Z 2013-02-01 23:00:00Z - Sao Paulo, Campus Party
Brazil
League of Legends
1st Incredible Miracle $15,000
2nd Anexis $8,500
3rd-4th Millenium $4,500
3rd-4th MYM $4,500
Total $50,000
2013-03-04 23:00:00Z 2013-03-08 23:00:00Z - Hanover, CeBIT
World Championship
StarCraft II
1st YoDa $30,000
2nd First $15,000
3rd-4th Mvp $7,500
3rd-4th YongHwa $7,500
League of Legends
1st CJ Entus Blaze $60,000
2nd CJ Entus Frost $30,000
3rd-4th Gambit Gaming $13,500
3rd-4th SK Telecom T1 $13,500
Total $250,000

Season 6

Intel Extreme Masters Season 2011/12
The 2011-12 season of the Intel Extreme Masters features Counter-Strike 1.6, StarCraft II and League of Legends as the main titles and $643,000 seasonal prize money. So far Counter-Strike was featured in all five seasons of the league, StarCraft II comes back for its second season. Both games have been extremely successful at our events so far. League of Legends made a debut as a main title after it was met with an overwhelmingly positive response at the Hanover Invitational event in March 2011.
Prize money $643,000
2011-08-16 22:00:00Z 2011-08-20 22:00:00Z - gamescom, Germany
Global Challenge Cologne
StarCraft II
1st PuMa $6,500
2nd MC $3,300
3rd MaNa $1,7500
4th Socke $1,250
League of Legends
1st CLG $12,000
2nd TSM $6,000
3rd fnatic $3,400
4th Millenium $2,400
Total $53,000
2011-09-30 22:00:00Z 2011-10-04 22:00:00Z - Guangzhou, China
Global Challenge Guangzhou
StarCraft II
1st IdrA $6,500
2nd elfittaja $3,300
3rd PuMa $1,7500
4th HasuObs $1,250
League of Legends
1st World Elite $12,000
2nd CLG $6,000
3rd SK Gaming $3,400
4th eHome $2,400
Counter-Strike
1st fnatic $16,000
2nd mouz $8,000
3rd WinFakt $4,500
4th eFuture $3,100
Total $93,000
2011-10-12 22:00:00Z 2011-10-15 22:00:00Z - New York, USA
Global Challenge New York
StarCraft II
1st DRG $6,500
2nd FruitDealer $3,300
3rd KiLLeR $1,750
4th Gatored $1,250
League of Legends
1st fnatic $12,000
2nd SK Gaming $6,000
3rd Sypher $3,400
4th CLG $2,400
Counter-Strike
1st SK Gaming $16,000
2nd WinFakt $8,000
3rd mTw $4,500
4th UMX.us $3,100
Total $93,000
2012-01-18 23:00:00Z 2012-01-21 23:00:00Z - Kiev, Ukraine
Global Challenge Kiev
StarCraft II
1st MMA $6,500
2nd DIMAGA $3,300
3rd Kas $1,7500
4th Zenio $1,250
League of Legends
1st Moscow Five $12,000
2nd TSM $6,000
3rd Dignitas $3,400
4th SK Gaming $2,400
Counter-Strike
1st Natus Vincere $16,000
2nd SK Gaming $8,000
3rd Moscow 5 $4,500
4th fnatic $3,100
Total $93,000
2012-02-05 23:00:00Z 2012-02-11 23:00:00Z - Sao Paulo, Brazil
Sao Paulo
StarCraft II
1st viOLet $6,500
2nd SuperNoVa $3,300
3rd ret $1,750
4th ReaL $1,250
Total $21,000
2012-03-05 23:00:00Z 2012-03-09 23:00:00Z - Hanover, CeBIT
World Championship
StarCraft II
1st MC $35,500
2nd PuMa $15,000
3rd-4th MMA $9,000
3rd-4th Feast $4,200
League of Legends
1st Moscow Five $50,000
2nd Dignitas $20,000
3rd-4th CLG $8,000
3rd-4th aAa $3,800
Counter-Strike
1st ESC Gaming $50,000
2nd Natus Vincere $20,000
3rd Lions $8,000
4th SK Gaming $3,800
Total $283,000

Season 5

Intel Extreme Masters Season 5
World's best gamers meet in season 5 to compete for the World Championship and a total prize pool of $400,000. In its fifth's season StarCraft II became part of the Intel Extreme Masters as the third main title alongside Counter-Strike and Quake Live. Real time strategy staged comeback at the Intel Extreme Masters after Warcraft 3 made its appearance in seasons 1 and 2.
Prize money $400,000
2010-07-28 22:00:00Z 2010-07-31 22:00:00Z - Shanghai, China
Global Challenge Shanghai
Counter-Strike 1.6
1st fnatic $14,000
2nd TyLoo.raw $7,000
3rd Natus Vincere $5,000
4th TyLoo $3,500
WarCraft III
1st Lyn $2,000
2nd ReMinD $1,000
3rd Moon $650
4th Grubby $450
DotA
1st EHOME $5,000
2nd ToTeam $2,500
3rd LGT $1,300
4th Deity $1,000
Total $25,000
2010-08-17 22:00:00Z 2010-08-21 22:00:00Z - Cologne, Germany
Global Challenge Cologne
StarCraft II
1st MorroW $5,000
2nd IdrA $2,500
3rd DIMAGA $1,400
4th Tarson $900
Quake Live
1st k1llsen $3,500
2nd rapha $1,700
3rd av3k $850
4th Cooller $550
Total $25,000
2010-10-07 22:00:00Z 2010-10-09 22:00:00Z - New York, USA
American Championship
Counter Strike 1.6
1st compLexity $11,000
2nd Evil Geniuses $5,500
3rd Loaded $3,300
4th Desire2Excel $1,800
StarCraft II
1st Fenix $4,000
2nd qxc $2,000
3rd HuK $1,200
4th drewbie $800
Quake Live
1st rapha $3,000
2nd DaHang $1,500
3rd Vo0 $1,000
4th czm $700
Total $60,200
2011-01-19 23:00:00Z 2011-01-22 23:00:00Z - Kiev, Ukraine
European Championship
Counter Strike 1.6
1st fnatic $20,000
2nd mTw $9,500
3rd Frag eXecutors $5,500
4th Natus Vincere $3,200
StarCraft II
1st SjoW $7,500
2nd White-Ra $3,500
3rd DeMusliM $1,800
4th Tarson $1,200
Quake Live
1st Cooller $4,000
2nd av3k $2,000
3rd strenx $1,150
4th Cypher $750
Total $79,000
2011-02-28 23:00:00Z 2011-03-04 23:00:00Z - Hanover, Germany
World Championship
Counter Strike 1.6
1st Natus Vincere $35,000
2nd Frag eXecutors $17,500
3rd mTw $8,500
4th SK Gaming $4,000
StarCraft II
1st Ace $13,000
2nd Moon $6,500
3rd Squirtle $4,000
4th mOOnGLaDe $2,500
Quake Live
1st rapha $8,500
2nd Cooller $4,000
3rd strenx $2,500
4th Spart1e $1,400
Total $145,000

Season 4

Intel Extreme Masters Season 4
The fourth season of Intel Extreme Masters consisted of eight events, including the European, Asian and American Championship Finals, three Global Challenges in Cologne, Chengdu and Dubai as well as the World Championship at CeBIT in March, 2010. A total prize pool of $530,000 was delivered for the triple continental eSports league.
Prize money $530,000
2009-08-19 22:00:00Z 2009-08-22 22:00:00Z - Cologne, Germany
Global Challenge Gamescom
Counter Strike 1.6
1st mousesports $15,000
2nd mTw $2,000
3rd fnatic $2,000
4th SK Gaming $2,000
World of Warcraft
1st Ensidia $4,000
2nd aAa nawaK $2,000
3rd plan B $1,200
4th iNNERFiRE $800
Quake Live
1st rapha $1,000
2nd noctis $0,000
3rd fox $0,000
4th Spart1e $0,000
Total $170,000
2009-09-30 22:00:00Z 2009-10-02 22:00:00Z - Chengdu, China
Global Challenge Chengdu
Counter Strike 1.6
1st SK Gaming $15,000
2nd fnatic $7,500
3rd Wemade Fox $5,000
4th TyLoo $2,500
Warcraft III
1st Fly100% $5,000
2nd Moon $2,500
3rd Sky $1,500
4th FoCuS $1,000
DotA
1st For The Dream $8,000
2nd comme Dieu $4,000
3rd cYc $2,000
4th City Hunter $1,000
Total $40,000
2009-10-16 22:00:00Z 2009-10-23 22:00:00Z - Dubai, UCA
Global Challenge Dubai
Counter Strike 1.6
1st fnatic $10,000
2nd MeetYourMakers $5,000
3rd SK Gaming $3,000
4th Vitriolic $2,000
Quake Live
1st rapha $3,000
2nd Cypher $1,500
3rd noctis $800
4th fox $400
Total $31,500
2009-12-10 23:00:00Z 2009-12-12 23:00:00Z - Edmonton, Canada
American Championship
Counter Strike 1.6
1st Evil Geniuses $15,000
2nd compLexity $7,000
3rd Blight Gaming $3,000
4th Sway Gaming $1,500
World of Warcraft
1st CheckSix $7,500
2nd SK Gaming $3,500
3rd fnatic $1,500
4th Evil Geniuses $800
Quake Live
1st DaHang $3,500
2nd rapha $1,500
3rd chance $1,000
4th Vo0 $700
Total $53,000
2010-01-20 23:00:00Z 2010-01-23 23:00:00Z - Cologne, Germany
European Championship
Counter Strike 1.6
1st mousesports $25,000
2nd fnatic $10,000
3rd Roskilde Ravens $5,000
4th SK Gaming $2,500
World of Warcraft
1st SK Sansibar $7,500
2nd Team Dignitas $3,500
3rd SK Gaming $1,500
4th x6tence $800
Quake Live
1st Cypher $3,500
2nd av3k $1,500
3rd Cooller $1,000
4th strenx $700
Total $74,000
2010-02-04 23:00:00Z 2010-02-08 23:00:00Z - Taipei, Taiwan
Asian Championship
Counter Strike 1.6
1st Wemade Fox $11,000
2nd UMX Gaming $5,000
3rd Team TitaNs $3,600
4th Immunity $1,800
World of Warcraft
1st Buttonbashers $9,000
2nd mousesports $4,000
3rd SK Korea $2,800
4th Death Blooms $1,400
Quake Live
1st Jibo $1,750
2nd proZaC $800
3rd uNleashed $550
4th Fenda $300
Total $49,000
2010-03-01 23:00:00Z 2010-03-05 23:00:00Z - Hanover, Germany
World Championship
Counter Strike 1.6
1st Natus Vincere $50,000
2nd fnatic $20,000
3rd SK Gaming $8,000
4th Evil Geniuses $4,000
World of Warcraft
1st Evil Geniuses $25,000
2nd Team Dignitas $10,000
3rd Buttonbashers $4,000
4th SK Korea $2,000
Quake Live
1st rapha $10,000
2nd Cooller $4,000
3rd av3k $1,600
4th Cypher $800
Total $170,000

Season 3

Intel Extreme Masters Season 3
The third season of the Intel Extreme Masters unlocked a new level of eSports and featured nine events on three continents: Asia, America and Europe. The world's best eSport clans competed for a prize money of 750,000USD. The decision to include World of Warcraft was met with delight from the competitive community.
Prize money $750,000
2008-08-20 22:00:00Z 2008-08-23 22:00:00Z - Leipzig, Germany
Global Challenge Games Convention
World of Warcraft
1st x6tence $15,000
2nd Nihilum $6,000
3rd Got Game East $3,600
4th Pandemic Blue $2,400
Total $80,000
2008-10-02 22:00:00Z 2008-10-04 22:00:00Z - Los Angeles, USA
Global Challenge Los Angeles
Counter Strike 1.6
1st SK Gaming $25,000
2nd MiBR $10,000
3rd Evil Geniuses $6,000
4th MYM $4,000
World of Warcraft
1st x6tence $15,000
2nd Nihilum $6,000
3rd Got Game East $3,600
4th Pandemic Blue $2,400
Total $80,000
2008-10-16 22:00:00Z 2008-10-18 22:00:00Z - Montreal, Canada
Global Challenge Montreal
Counter Strike 1.6
1st fnatic $25,000
2nd SK Gaming $10,000
3rd MiBR $6,000
4th Gravitas $4,000
World of Warcraft
1st SK Gaming $15,000
2nd Gravitas $6,000
3rd aAa $3,600
4th x6tence $2,400
Total $80,000
2008-10-19 22:00:00Z 2008-10-23 22:00:00Z - Dubai, UAE
Global Challenge Dubai
Counter Strike 1.6
1st mousesports $25,000
2nd MYM $10,000
3rd Gameplay $6,000
4th mTw $4,000
Total $50,000
2008-11-12 23:00:00Z 2008-11-15 23:00:00Z - Seoul, South Korea
Asian Championship WoW
Counter Strike 1.6
1st e-STRO $5,000
2nd Lunatic Hai $3,000
3rd Seoul Jinhwa $2,000
World of Warcraft
1st H O N $15,000
2nd kill e A $6,000
3rd RUSH $3,600
4th Council of Mages $2,400
WarCraft III
1st Grubby $5,000
2nd Lyn $2,500
3rd Sky $1,500
4th Moon $1,000
Total $50,000
2008-11-20 23:00:00Z 2008-11-22 23:00:00Z - Philadelphia, USA
American Championship
Counter Strike 1.6
1st MiBR $25,000
2nd x3o $10,000
3rd Gravitas $6,000
4th MoB $4,000
World of Warcraft
1st Trade Chat $15,000
2nd Got Game East $6,000
3rd Evil Geniuses $3,600
4th Gravitas $2,400
Total $80,000
2009-01-15 23:00:00Z 2009-01-17 23:00:00Z - Chengdu, China
Asian Championship CS
Counter Strike 1.6
1st wNv $25,000
2nd Wemade Fox $10,000
3rd TitaNs $6,000
4th TyLoo $4,000
WarCraft III
1st Sky $5,000
2nd Grubby $2,500
3rd TeD $1,500
4th Moon $1,000
Total $60,000
2009-03-02 23:00:00Z 2009-03-04 23:00:00Z - Hanover, Germany
European Championship
Counter Strike 1.6
1st mTw $25,000
2nd ALTERNATE $10,000
3rd MYM $6,000
4th fnatic $4,000
World of Warcraft
1st iNNERFiRE $15,000
2nd Nihilum $6,000
3rd SK Gaming $3,600
4th x6tence $2,400
Total $80,000
2009-03-05 23:00:00Z 2009-03-08 23:00:00Z - Hanover, Germany
World Championship
Counter Strike 1.6
1st fnatic $50,000
2nd MYM $25,000
3rd mTw $15,000
4th SK Gaming $10,000
World of Warcraft
1st H O N $30,000
2nd SK Gaming $15,000
3rd aAa nawaK $9,000
4th SK Gaming $6,000
Total $200,000

Season 2

Intel Extreme Masters Season 2
The best players of Warcraft 3 and Counter-Strike met during the Intel Extreme Masters Season 2 to determine the best of the best. An enormous sum of 285,000 US-Dollar prize money waited for a new champion! Furthermore, Intel® Extreme Masters made the leap to America at the Global Challenges Los Angeles, where Non-Europeans could qualify for the Intel Extreme Masters Finals for the first time ever.
Prize money $285,000
2007-10-17 22:00:00Z 2007-10-20 22:00:00Z - Los Angeles, USA
Global Challenge Los Angeles
Counter Strike 1.6
1st fnatic $25,000
2nd SK Gaming $10,000
3rd roccat $5,000
4th MiBR $3,000
WarCraft III
1st Lyn $12,000
2nd Lucifer $5,000
3rd FoCuS $1,500
4th Susiria $1,000
Total $65,000
2007-11-15 23:00:00Z 2007-11-17 23:00:00Z - Jönköping, Sweden
Global Challenge Dreamhack
World of Warcraft
1st Pandemic $45,000
2nd MoB T-Force $22,500
3rd MoB T-Power $7,500
4th fnatic
Total $89,750
2008-03-05 23:00:00Z 2008-03-08 23:00:00Z - Hanover, Germany
World Championship
Counter Strike 1.6
1st mousesports $50,000
2nd Wemade Fox $30,000
3rd ALTERNATE $15,000
4th SK Gaming $10,000
WarCraft III
1st Lyn $20,000
2nd ToD $10,000
3rd Grubby $6,000
4th Lucifer $4,000
Total $169,500
Intel Friday Night Games
Nov 29th 2007 Cologne mTw [1:2] mousesports Grubby [2:0] fire_de Coverage | Gallery

Season 1

Intel Extreme Masters Season 1
Intel Extreme Masters elevated eSports onto a new level entirely. The first season brought together the eSports elite from 24 European countries. With prize money of €160,000 (about $205,000), topped off by Intel Friday Night Game offline events in large European cities, the Extreme Masters by ESL set new standards for European gaming tournaments.
Prize money 160,000€
2007-03-14 23:00:00Z 2007-03-20 23:00:00Z - Hanover, Germany
Final
Counter Strike 1.6
1st PGS Gaming 40,000€
2nd H2k 25,000€
3rd fnatic 10,000€
4th SK Gaming 7,000€
WarCraft III
1st ToD 15,000€
2nd Hot 8,000€
3rd Creolophus 5,000€
4th fire_de 3,000€
Total 160,000€
Intel Friday Night Games
Feb 9th 2007 Moscow Begrip [04:16] 4Kings TitaN [1:2] miou Coverage | Gallery
Jan 19th 2007 Paris mouz [16:04] goodgame Grubby [2:1] ToD Coverage | Gallery
Dec 8th 2006 Stockholm SK Gaming [16:14] mTw Elakeduck [1:2] Sjow Coverage | Gallery
Oct 27th 2006 Hamburg mousesports [15:15] NiP Insomnia [0:2] miou Coverage | Gallery
Aug 25th 2006 Games Convention fnatic [14:16] SK Gaming fnatic [10:16] NiP Coverage | Gallery
NiP [11:16] SK Gaming