Esports Tournaments You Can Catch This Weekend
Posted 13th January 2018 By: Kyle-Tipify Staff    6 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.
We are jam-packed with esports action this weekend as there will be major and premier tournaments. It’s time to pick out which matches are perfect for your prediction skills and betting preferences.
CS:GO Tournaments This Weekend
ELEAGUE Major: New Challengers Stage
The ELEAGUE Major heads to Round 2 and Round 3 of the tournament. In the New Challengers Stage, teams will need to place within the top eight if they want to advance to the next stage. Teams who fail to qualify can pack up their dreams of going to The Boston Major.
WESG 2017 Regional Qualifiers (CS:GO)
All regional qualifiers will get the ball rolling for the playoff rounds. Although, there are only 6 open spots for the teams to be able to advance to the main tournament. Furthermore, WESG kicks off in March, and the Premier CS:GO tournament boasts a $1.5 million prize pool for its winners. This tournament is definitely great for betting.
Dota 2 Tournaments This Weekend
WESG 2017 Regional Qualifiers (Dota 2)
Similar to CS:GO, the WESG 2017 Qualifiers sets things in motion for the playoff rounds. Only this time, in the thrilling world of Dota 2. The premier tournament will have 10 spots for each regional qualifying tournament that allows teams to advance to the main tournament.
The Bucharest Major Regional Qualifier
For the MOBA fans, you might be more interested in betting on The Bucharest Major Regional Qualifiers as we get ready for the tournament’s grand finals happening in March. The Major tournament will reward those teams who qualify with a $1.5 million prize pool and 1,500 Pro Circuit Points.
Overwatch Tournaments This Weekend
The inaugural season of Overwatch League continues this Saturday with three matches. The matches are:
- London Spitfire versus Philadelphia Fusion
- New York Excelsior versus Houston Outlaws
- Seoul Dynasty versus LA Gladiators