Melbourne Esports Open 2021
Presented by JB Hi-Fi
Melbourne Esports Open (MEO) scheduled for the weekend of 22 – 23 August 2020 has been postponed and rescheduled for 21 – 22 August 2021 at Melbourne & Olympic Parks. Existing ticket holders for this event will have received an email direct from Ticketek with further information.
The decision was made based upon the impacts of the COVID-19 global pandemic, including the protective measures implemented in respect of mass gatherings, which meant it was not possible to proceed with the event as scheduled in 2020.
Upon confirming the postponement of MEO 2020, ESL SVP Asia-Pacific Japan, Nick Vanzetti said: “While there’s no doubt fans were looking forward to attending Melbourne Esports Open in 2020, we’ve made the decision to postpone the event by a year in light of the current global health situation. We can’t wait to showcase an even bigger weekend of esports at Melbourne Esports Open 2021.”
Intel® Extreme Masters (IEM) Melbourne, set to take place as part of MEO 2020, has also been postponed, with the CS:GO tournament to return as part of MEO in 2021.
Australia’s biggest weekend of esports is BACK!
The Melbourne Esports Open (MEO) is set to take over Melbourne & Olympic Parks this August 22-23. Take part in an unforgettable weekend of esports & gaming action, with pro esports tournaments, open competitions, the latest AAA releases, VR experiences, a giant inflatable obstacle course, and much more.
There’s something for everyone at this year’s #MEO2020 – whether you’re a hardcore esports fan, casual gamer looking for a fun day with our mates or wanting a fun activity for the whole family. Experience the action across the weekend with an MEO ticket, or guarantee your spot with the world-famous crowds at Intel Extreme Masters Melbourne in Rod Laver Arena this year with a dedicated IEM Arena Ticket.SIGN UP TO THE MEO MAILING LIST
Tickets and Tour Dates
Melbourne Olympic Parks