League of Legends Worlds
The League of Legends World Championship is the culmination of the competitive League of Legends season and sees the top teams from around the world compete for the Summoner’s Cup and title of World Champion. Tune in at twitch.tv/riotgames on October 2nd to find out who will proceed to play offs! However, it seems like fans are more eager to hear the worlds song. Let’s pray for another banger!
DreamHack Masters Malmö
DreamHack Masters returns to Malmö and will feature 16 of the best CS:GO teams in the world. Watch these teams battling it out in the hunt for the big share of a $250,000 prize pool. The tournament is split into two stages, a group stage played at Malmömässan (the group stage is not open to public), with the playoffs being played in front of the crowd in Malmö Arena.
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During DreamHack Rotterdam, from 18 to 20 October 2019, DreamHack Open presents their USD 100,000 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament. You and your team can either try to qualify and play for the BIG money or you can watch and experience the tournament with your friends.
Masters Tour 2019 Bucharest
The third and final stop on the Hearthstone Masters Tour in 2019 will be in Bucharest, Romania, at the PGL Esports studio. Qualified players will join some of the best Hearthstone players in the world for a three day competition with a $500,000 prize pool on the line.
Nation Wars is one of the most anticipated tournaments on the StarCraft II esports calendar. They broke all records last year with 125 players from 31 nations registering to participate and 44,543 Starcraft II fans casting a total of 757,912 votes to choose their champions. It’s a truly unique and interesting format that spices things up in the esports world. Make sure to pick up merchandise and/or in-game bundles as 30% of the profits will go to the prize pool. Click here for more info regarding the tournament!