CS:GO Groups and Streams

The groups for Assembly Winter 2017 ASUS ROG CS:GO tournament have now been drawn. Altogether sixteen teams will battle in the groups for piace of the $15 000 USD prize pool while the action is covered in multiple streams on Friday and Saturday, Feb 3-4, 2017.

The tournament kicks off on Friday Feb 3 with a group stage where the teams have been divided into four groups. The groups wil be played in a double elimination format in which teams will need two wins to advance. The top two teams in each group will secure a spot in the playoffs which will be played on Saturday, Feb 4. The group stage starts on Friday at 12:00 EET with groups A & B, while groups C & D will take the stage starting at 18:30 EET.

Before we go to the groups, we unfortunately have to announce that MAXISAUCISSE has cancelled their participation due to a sudden loss of a sponsor. They will be replaced by the Finnish Rynnäkköviikset (ex-SelEnor) who secured their spot through a four team mini-tournament organized for the round-of-eight losers of the main online qualifier. Additionally, Ninja Turtles has moved under the name Dizlown.


Group A - Feb 3, 12:00
Conquer Gaming
Group B - Feb 3, 12:00
Vexed Gaming
Planetkey Dynamics
Group C - Feb 3, 18:30
Team Singularity
Group D - Feb 3. 18:30


All times in EET / CET+1 / GMT + 2.

Friday, Fed 3 - Group Stage
Groups A & B
12:00 Initial matches, bo1
~13:15 Winners & losers matches, bo1
~14:30 Decider matches, bo3

Groups C & D
18:30 Initial matches, bo1
~19:45 Winners & losers matches, bo1
~21:00 Decider matches, bo3

Saturday, Feb 4 - Playoffs
11:30 Quarter-finals A-D, bo3
14:30 Semi-final A, bo3
18:00 Semi-final B, bo3
22:15 Final, bo3

The matches on Friday with ~ mark will be using accelerated schedule, meaning they will start earlier if possible.


The best place to see the action is on location at Helsinki Exhibition & Convention Centre where the Assembly CS:GO tournament enjoys its own stage and a large audience stand. However, if you prefer to follow the matches online, luckily we have multiple options available for you.

Main streams

Partner streams