It has been a while since CS:GO has reached a level of popularity that makes it one of the big games. The global player base of CS:GO is a tremendous amount that beckons the initiation of major leagues and tournaments dedicated to the shooter. As such, the amount of global tournaments and leagues for CS:GO is decently high. The Malmo is happening right now, a handful of tournaments sit in line to commence after it.
The eSports scene is loaded with global events. Although this is great for the industry as a whole, it does take away the element of opportunity somewhat. Top teams are usually invited and made to contend. Recently, Playdota Star League was announced in Vietnam just for Vietnamese teams. That is a decent step to promote growth off the game in that region.
In the very same way, CS:GO Danmark has announced a national CS:GO event, the Power-LAN CS:GO tournament. These games are held annually for Danish teams to compete in. However, this time, the eSports organization has decided to up the level by increasing the prize pool to a possible $27,000.
A total of 8 teams from all over Denmark will be going head to head for the prize money and Danish superiority in CS:GO. 4 of these teams will be invited directly by the organizer. The remaining 4 teams will be brought in from the top two positions of DK League, and 2 from online qualifier events.
The Danmark CS:GO event is a decent step in promoting CS:GO nationally.