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.
You can find out everything that’s going on, and where to watch, below.
The World Championship continues this weekend with the conclusion of the quarterfinals. ROX Tigers will take on Edward Gaming later today at 6:00PM EDT, followed by H2K vs. Albus NoX Luna on Sunday, beginning at the same time. The winners of those games will go on to face South Korean powerhouses SK Telecom T1 and Samsung Galaxy next Friday and Saturday in the semifinals.
You can watch those games, as well as rebroadcasts of previous matches, here.
The Americas Last Call Invitational takes place this weekend, in search of the final contender for the World Championship in November. Eight players will face-off beginning at 12:00PM EDT today. You can watch all of the matches right here.
Matches throughout the Esports Championship Series Season 2, in both North America and Europe, will be on-going this weekend. Virtus Pro and FaZe Clan are playing currently at 12:00PM EDT, followed by a number of North American games, including Team Liquid and CompLexity Gaming taking on Immortals Luminosity, tomorrow. All of those matches will be streamed here.
But more importantly, there’s the NanYang Dota 2 Championships taking place this weekend on a cruise ship. Wings Gaming, Newbee, iG Vitality and Invictus Gaming will be battling it out aboard the gargantuan Sapphire Princess. The finals take place tomorrow morning at 7:30AM EDT and can be streamed here.
Southern California regional play is joined by European regional finals for the Capcom Pro Tour this weekend. Hosted at Milan Games Week, fourteen players have qualified for the weekend’s event, with two more to join them through today’s competitions. Matches on both Saturday and Sunday begin at approximately 7:00AM EST. You can watch them in the live stream below.
Regular league play for the Rocket League Championship Series Season 2 continues this weekend with North American matches on Saturday beginning at 3:00PM EDT, followed by matches for Europe on Sunday at 12:00PM EDT. You can watch them here.
Play continues for the Pro League Fall Split in the world of competitive Smite. Watch those games here.