IEM Sydney will offer much more than just CS:GO action.
Organisers today announced that the event will also house the ESL AU & NZ Rocket League Season finals, and kick off the second split of the Smite Oceanic Pro League.
The latter will feature Dire Wolves, Legacy Esports, Dark Sided and Avant Garde in a single-elimination exhibition tournament for a total prize pool of AU$10,000.
IEM attendees will be able to jam Paladins and Smite Tactics, and there will also be "League of Legends activities".
IEM Sydney takes place at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on May 6 and 7.
Its main event is an eight team Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament with a record AU$260,000 prize pool.
Six of the international invited teams have won over US$3.8 million dollars in major tournaments.