Europe features the most team at 16, while North America boasts eight teams, and Asia and Oceania are both four-team events. The European and North American events began with round-robin group play May 19, but the Asian and Oceanic tournaments will begin in early June with a double-elimination bracket format.
Winners of the European event will receive receive $54,000 of the $160,000 regional prize pool in addition to 400 ESL Pro Tour points. The top teams in North America, Asia, and Oceania will earn $40,000, $10,000, and $10,000, respectively.
Here are the standings for the DreamHack Masters Spring 2020.