What To Watch This Weekend: Dota 2, Overwatch, And Halo

The Overwatch League is back this week, which means our nights are called for for the next few weeks. There’s also several other major events going on this weekend, if you’re into that sort of thing!

The Dota 2 scene is in Katowice, Poland this week for the big ESL One tournament, which has a $400,000 first-place prize and several seeding points for The International on the line. (Stream / Schedule)

This weekend also marks the end of the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive -League StarSeries Season 4 tournament, which once again takes place in Kiev. (Stream / Schedule

The Overwatch League is back this week, so if you missed cheering for your favorite team based on region instead of some other arbitrary metric, you’re in luck. (Stream / Schedule)

Winter Brawl is your big FGC tournament for the week, and will feature top players competing in Street Fighter V, Dragon Ball FighterZ, Tekken 7, and more. (Stream / Schedule)

Meanwhile, the Super Smash Bros. community is hosting Breakthrough 2, a For Wii U-oriented event. (Stream and Schedule) For some Melee action, make sure to check out Xanadu – End of an Era. (Stream and Schedule)

Halo 5: Guardians fans can catch their respective championship series in London this weekend, meaning they’ll have to wake up extra-early for a few matches but have their night free to play some Halo as a result. (Stream)

In League of Legends, the LCS continues ever uninterrupted, so if you’re keeping up with it, there’s no real reason to stop now. (StreamSchedule)

The Rocket League Championship Series’ fifth season is sticking kicking, so make sure to catch some car-soccer action. (Stream / Schedule)

That’s it for this weekend! Let us know if we missed an event, or if there’s a scene you’d like us to cover, in the comments.

Source: Game Informer