Esports Tournaments You Can Catch This Weekend
Posted 15th December 2017 By: Kyle-Tipify Staff    41 Views
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:GO, LoL, and Dota 2 then here’s a compilation of competitive tournaments that you wouldn’t want to miss this weekend.
CS:GO tournaments to watch this weekend
A Premier CS:GO tournament opened today, the Esports Championship Series, will have its group stages and the playoff rounds unveil during the weekend. It will be a classic NA and Europe rivalry, as we’ll witness top CS:GO teams, FaZe, Astralis, and more top-tier contenders fight their way to the top and a $750,000 cash prize pool.
On another note, the ESL Meisterschaft Winter 2017 will open the semis round on Saturday, with a matchup against DIVIZON vs Planetkey Dynamics and on the other side of the bracket, aTTax will be going up against Berserk. Whoever wins will claim the seat in the finals round played the same day.
If you’re looking for minor tournaments to bet on, there will be an Australian tournament during the weekends as well. The AOC CyberGamer Pro League 2017 will have its playoffs and also the LOOT.BET Nations Elite is still in its group stages.
Dota 2 tournaments to watch this weekend
After the opening of DOTA Summit 8 earlier this week, the tournament will play its playoff stages starting on Saturday. Which teams do you think will come out on top and win the $125,000 and 150 PC Points as the champion?
Furthermore, minor and qualifier tournaments, H-Cup 8 and Pro DotA Cup China 2 continues on Saturday and Sunday. The H-Cup is having its playoffs and the Pro Dota Cup will continue its group stages.
League of Legends tournaments to watch this weekend
We’re nearing the opening of the League Championship Series so we’re closing 2017 with a few LoL tournaments. The lone LoL event for this weekend is the Superliga ABCDE 1 and watch its semifinals on Saturday!
Overwatch tournaments to watch this weekend
Similar to League, much of the hype is for the opening of the Overwatch League and that will be in January. The Nexus Cup will wrap things up this weekend as it heads to its semifinals and continues until a team becomes the Nexus Cup Champion.