It’s the start of a new season for the Street Fighter V pro tour.
The race for the 2018 Dota 2 International is heating up.
The biggest names in esports are in Poland this weekend for, among other things, the biggest PUBG tournament yet held.
With the Overwatch League on its first week long break of the inaugural season, there’s still plenty to pay attention to including Halo 5, Rainbow Six Siege, and even some Dragon Ball FighterZ.
Between Frostbite in Michigan and Dota 2 qualifiers in Eastern Europe, the esports action continues across the globe this weekend, including some big matches in the lead-up to the Overwatch League’s first mini-tournament championship.
The LCS, OWL, and Dota 2's Starladder I-League Invitational headline this weekend alongside a number of fighting game tournaments. If you’ve been digging Dragon Ball FighterZ as much as I have, be sure to check out Body Count Fighting 4 going on later today.
ELEAGUE’s Boston Major is almost over with only a few teams left while the Overwatch League continues to dish out some stellar matches.
Things are picking up as the Overwatch League continues with its second week, Hearthstone’s World Championship wraps up in Amsterdam, and League of Legends returns for the spring season.
The new year is off to a big start in the world of competitive gaming thanks to both the Smite and Paladins World Championships going on right now.
Packed between a major Counter-Strike tournament and Pokémon regionals, there’s a lot of other great tournaments to catch up with this Saturday and Sunday.
2017 continues to wind down but not before some of the year’s biggest tournaments play out in full. This weekend features the annual culmination of endless Street Fighter tournaments with Capcom Cup 2017 as well as lots of action in the world of competitive Call of Duty and Counter-Strike.
December is off to a nice start with plenty of major tournaments throughout esports, including Dota 2, Rocket League, and Gears of War 4.
It’s a relatively quiet weekend in competitive gaming given the American holiday and the general winding down of the year over all. As a result, Europe takes center stage with the conclusion of the Blast Pro Series and WESG 2017 qualifiers.
2017's breakout battle royale game comes to the Oracle Arena in Oakland for its first Intel Extreme Masters tournament.
With the year winding down, so are most of the competitive gaming leagues. There are still a few big events left, however, and chief among them is the fall Rocket League championship.
The top pros in all of Blizzard’s competitive games will face-off today in a bevy of tournaments. Plus if you’re in the U.S. it’s the end of daylight savings. Yay!
It’s a packed weekend with the last of the Worlds 2017 semifinals and a Dota 2 Major in Germany leading the way.
The Madden Classic is going on this weekend, along with a slew of big ticket tournaments at DreamHack Denver.