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Esports Tournaments You Can Catch This Weekend

Posted 2nd December 2017 By: Kyle-Tipify Staff

Esports Tournaments To Catch This Weekend - Tipify

After a long week of rendering work overtimes or cramming history lessons to ace a final test, the weekend is now for the taking. It is a time to relax and enjoy, after the week you’ve been through. But of course, you’re here for esports. So, if you’re looking for the major tournaments going on about the realms of CS:GOLoL, and Dota 2 then here’s a compilation of competitive tournaments that you wouldn’t want to miss this weekend.

We’re in the last month of 2017 and we know the holiday season gets busy. So we’ve compiled all esports tournaments you wouldn’t want to miss over the coming weekends. Get your feet up, relax, and watch your favorite esports teams battle it out.

CS:GO tournaments to watch this weekend

The highlighted tournament for this weekend is the annual DreamHack ASTRO Open for CSGO. The Winter tournament is set to begin on Friday with four matches happening on its opening day. We will see Gambit against Rise, mousesports with North, NaVi and Heroic, and the fourth match EnVy Vs. BIG. For odds, live streaming sites, and more details on DreamHack, read more here.

Other tournaments you can watch are ESEA APAC qualifiers, Legends Series, Nordic Championship, Stream.me Gauntlet, CyberPowerPC League, and CSGO Super League. You can find odds, time, and other details here.

Dota 2 tournaments to watch this weekend

Similar to CS:GO, the tournament to watch this weekend is the comeback of DreamLeague to the DreamHack festival. Dota 2 teams will fight for a $1 million cash prize in the return of the tournament. But, we will see highly-favored teams in the Winter tournament.

The first day matches are, Virtus Vs NaVi, Liquid and Fnatic, Secret and Geniuses, and Newbee and Infamous.

League of Legends tournaments this weekend

The lone tournament LoL tournament to watch this weekend is the Korean Esports Association (KeSPA) Cup 2017. But, the tournament will surely be more exciting as on Saturday, (December 2) as the Korean offline tournament will hit its final stages.



Kyle-Tipify Staff

Written by Kyle-Tipify Staff