OG and Fnatic to compete at IEM Dallas

OG and Fnatic to compete at IEM Dallas

The organizers of the Intel Extreme Masters Dallas 2023 have announced changes to the tournament line-up.

Fnatic will replace Virtus.pro, who was previously invited to the tournament but will not be able to play due to visa issues.

OG also replaced a previously unannounced team from the ESL World Ranking. OG received the invitations by finishing third in the European qualifier for the tournament. Regali, who previously played for CPH Flames, will stand in for degster.

IEM Dallas will be held in the United States from May 29 to June 4. Sixteen teams will compete for $250,000 in prize money, and the winner will also receive an invitation to IEM Cologne 2023.