The spotlight this weekend belongs to competitive Halo 5 as pros descend on California for sci-fi carnage.
Call of Duty returns in a big way this week with the World League Open for Infinite Warfare in Dallas.
This weekend Killer Instinct fighters across the country will descend on the Tobin Center in San Antonio, Texas to rip each other’s digital guts out. But no tea bagging please, that would be disrespectful.
The final weekend of the Intel Extreme Masters in Katowice, Poland is upon us. Don’t miss as Astralis look to continue as the best team in Counter-Strike and the best teams clash from across the world in Heroes of the Storm and StarCraft II.
With DreamHack Las Vegas and the Dota 2 Asia Championship qualifiers behind us, all eyes are on the start of 2017's Intel Extreme Masters in Katowice, Poland and the conclusion of Dota 2's StarLadder Season 3.
After the ELEAGUE Major 2017 broke Twitch records, the some of the best teams in CS:GO will try to upset European giants Astralis at the DreamHack Masters event in Las Vegas this weekend.
After last weekend’s Rainbow Six Siege Invitational and lots of recent action in the world of CS:GO, it’s back to the land of MOBAs with big games across League of Legends, Dota 2, and Heroes of the Storm, but with one minor exception: the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Atlanta Open.
Taking a break from CS:GO and Call of Duty, this weekend belongs to Rainbow Six Siege, a tactical shooter still looking for its place in the world of competitive gaming that will get a big boost from this weekend’s Invitational in Canada.
Four teams left in 2017's first major CS:GO tournament will look to set the agenda for the game with a dominating finish in Atlanta this weekend.
This weekend marks the end of the first World Electronic Sports Games finals, with several tournaments across Dota 2, Hearthstone, and more featuring giant prize pools thanks to the event’s deep-pocketed organizers.
2017's only just started and there’s already a ton happening in esports this weekend. If you’re snowed in or just looking to completely ignore the world around you, we’ve got you covered. Here’s when and where you can watch the biggest events happening in pro gaming this weekend.
The last Intel Extreme Masters event of the year is taking place this weekend in Gyeonggi, Korea, featuring a host of tournaments ranging from StarCraft II to Overwatch. But there’s lots of action this weekend to be found in the ELEAGUE for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive as well as little mobile game called Clash…
As the year draws to a close, most of the bigger competitive gaming events of the year are behind us. All except for one: Dota 2's Boston Major. After a number of roster shuffles and evolutions to the game’s meta following the summer’s International 2016, the Boston Major is a chance for new teams to establish…
This weekend, whether you love strategy or twitch reflexes, fighting games or sports, there’s something going on in the world of competitive gaming for you. So let’s get right to it, and as always, let me know what you’ll be watching in the comments or if there’s something I’ve missed.
It’s almost as if the gods of competitive gaming knew we’d all be sitting around this weekend and so made sure it was jam packed with tournaments to check out. DreamHack Winter 2016 is of course going on over in Sweden at the moment, featuring competitions in almost every game under the sun. There’s also a big Heroes…
After a slight lull last weekend, almost every big game you can imagine is back today with tournaments and matches playing in cities near and far. While the Counter-Strike and League of Legends headline the action with Intel Extreme Masters tournaments, Smash Bros., Dota 2, and few others return as well. Details on…
With both BlizzCon and Worlds 2016 behind us, there’s finally a free weekend to catch our collective breath.
This weekend is jam-packed. Not only do the 2016 League of Legends World Championships wrap-up later tonight, but with BlizzCon just around the corner, the best and brightest from around the world will be competing in everything from Overwatch to World of Warcraft: Arena, with group play in many of them taking place…
While the rest of the competitive gaming world is relatively quiet this weekend, things are heating up in League of Legends with the Worlds 2016 finals quickly approaching at the end of the month. The Capcom Pro Tour is also going strong, with a ton of action kicking off in Italy as Milan Games Week comes to a close.