Several major tournaments will end this weekend, as Call of Duty and Dota 2 see the end of their competitive seasons this weekend. However, some games rage all year long, which means there’s more than enough to satiate that lust for high-level play this weekend.
The Dota 2 International tournament sees its final set of matches today. Whoever wins it all is guaranteed an enormous $10 million prize. The second and third-place prizes aren’t shabby, either. (Stream and Schedule)
The Overwatch World Cup is taking in the California sun this weekend, with several countries (including the U.S) tagging along for more global competition. (Stream and Schedule)
The League of Legends Summer season will rages on but is quickly closing on its finalists, as several teams like Fnatic and H2K are already breaking ahead of the pack in the European division. (Stream and Schedule)
You can catch the tail end of the Street Fighter V Japan Cup tournament, which will feature some of the game’s top Japanese talent vying for ranking points in the Capcom Cup. (Stream and Schedule)
Rocket League is holding two more regional events this weeekend, in the west coast and midwest of the United States. The winners of both tournaments move on to the grand finals, which take place in two weeks. (Stream / Schedule)
That’s it for this weekend! Let us know if we missed an event, if there’s a scene you’d like us to cover, in the comments below.
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Source: Game Informer