The shooters are out in complete drive this week, with Counter-Strike, Overwatch, Call of Duty, and Halo (on console, now not PC) all representing, whilst preventing and card video games get some love, too.
Last week, the World Electronic Sports Games hosted a Dota 2 match. This week, it hosts an match for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, bringing with it some stiff festival and a $500,000 first-place prize. (Stream / Schedule)
Dota 2, in the meantime, is transferring directly to its Dreamhack main Dream League, which in its 11th season can have groups like Team Secret, Evil Geniuses, Virtus Pro, and LGD struggle it out for a $350,000 prize. (Stream / Schedule)
Final Round is a significant match for just about each preventing sport it hosts, so make sure you apply alongside and catch some high-level motion in Street Fighter V, Dragon Ball FighterZ, Tekken 7, and extra. (Streams and Schedule)
Call of Duty: Black Ops IV could also be noticed as “the one with the battle royale mode” however the different modes are nonetheless amusing! And they are in top shape on the Call of Duty World League’s Fort Worth, Texas match. (Streams)
The Halo scene remains to be doing smartly for itself, and is having an invitational at this yr’s SXSW match. If you are looking ahead to Halo Infinite or simply need to relive the sequence’ glory days within the Master Chief Collection, that is where to do it. (Stream / Schedule)
The Overwatch League continues! The Shanghai Dragons now have 3 wins at the board, which is inspiring, but additionally manner we will have to start out in search of a brand new longshot to root for. Maybe the Los Angeles Valiant? (Stream / Schedule)
As ever, the League of Legends LCS continues this week, with some other spherical of suits to whet your urge for food when you look forward to that League-inspired Simpsons episode to air. (Stream / Schedule)
That’s it for this weekend! Let us know if we ignored an match, or if there is a scene you would like us to hide, within the feedback underneath.