The Practice Games Feature is Now Live on DreamTeam

Practice. Games. Are. Here.
The CS:GO and LoL world finally has a way for established teams to set up customizable Practice Games. And in less than a month, Practice Games will be supported by automated game servers. This will help make the creation and application process even easier.


Check out this guide for a quick overview on how to get the most out of Practice Games or jump right in and try them now!


Click here for CS:GO Practice Games or here for LoL Practice Games.


STEP 1. Create a Game


The new DreamTeam feature lets you customize a Practice Game before launching it, allowing Practice Game creators to choose from:


Date & Time
Team Size
Server Availability & Server Regions
Teams Main Goal

STEP 1: Create a Game

But don’t worry. That’s not all. There are even more ways to customize your Practice Games. Continue reading to learn how.


STEP 2. Searching for and Joining a Game


In-depth search options allow teams to filter Practice Games. After filtering the games, users have the ability to click on and view each team’s profile. This will give users access to additional information to help choose the correct team:


Player Roles
Skill Growth Progress
Team Reviews and Achievements
Favorite Maps

STEP 2: Searching for and Joining a Game

Imagine being able to choose a team stacked with snipers to develop a sniper strategy or a team with an aggressive playstyle to learn how to deal with pressure. DreamTeam Practice Games are just that!


STEP 3. Applying to Join a Practice Game


After selecting a game, you must apply to join the game. The Practice Game screen gives you the ability to chat with the team. Discuss which tactics to work on and see if both teams can gain valuable insight and tactics from each other.

STEP 3: Applying to join a Practice Game

STEP 4. Choosing the Right Applicant


Practice Game creators also have the same options as the team that is looking to join. Click on the profile of each team applying to play, check out their profiles, chat with them, and accept or decline their application.

STEP 4: Choosing the Right Applicant

STEP 5. The Scheduled Game


Once a team is chosen, the game becomes a Scheduled Practice Game. Remember, practice isn’t about competition. It is about improving your skills. Communicate with the other team in order to set up different scenarios to work on various skill sets.

STEP 5: The Scheduled Game

STEP 6. Played Practice Games


Both the team and each individual player can be reviewed on the Played Practice Game page. Be sure to leave feedback so other players and teams know which teams to play with and what each player has to contribute.

STEP 6: Played Practice Games

STEP 7. Practice Games Dashboard


Welcome to the history of your improved skills. Think of this as the control center for Practice Games. Players and Teams can see which games they have coming up in the Scheduled tab, games they have created in the Opened tab and games they have Applied To and Played in the corresponding tabs.

STEP 7: Practice Games Dashboard

Check out the video below for a more in-depth and animated walk-through:



We are looking forward to hearing what you think about the new Practice Games feature. In the meantime, the DreamTeam Crew is working hard to roll out our next feature.

Click here for CS:GO Practice Games or here for LoL Practice Games.

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