What To Watch This Weekend: Street Fighter V, Rainbow Six Siege, And PUBG

This week has a ton of stuff going on. Between majors in both the FGC and Smash community, a Dota major, and PUBG, you have a lot of things to keep an eye on and choose from.

You can watch some rapid-fire Counter-Strike: Global Offensive action this week in Budapest, Hungary as premiere teams face off at the V4 Future Sports Festival. (Stream)

If you need to take a break from playing PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds to watch it instead, catch the PGL Invitational to see where the pros drop onto the island. (Stream / Schedule)

Its schedule is effectively 12 hours ahead of central time, but if you need a late night/early morning fix of fighting games, Thaiger Uppercut will feature Street Fighter V, Dragon Ball FighterZ, Tekken 7, and more. (Streams and Schedule)

The Super Smash Bros. community’s big tournament this week runs on the friendlier Eastern time schedule, and will feature Melee and For Wii U action. (Streams and Schedule) You can also catch the first Smash Masters League event, which will kick off a worldwide tour of events where Diddy Kong and Bayonetta beat each other up. (Stream / Schedule)

The Rainbow Six: Siege European Pro League will pit the world’s best players against each other for next few weeks, so if you’ve heard about Leo Vader’s tenth-favorite game of all time, here’s a good chance to see what all the fuss is about. (Stream / Schedule)

Dota 2‘s Dreamleague is back and with it more fun matches between eight of the world’s best teams. (Stream / Schedule)

We are not in the playoffs of the League of Legends North American LCS, which means we’ll which teams have what it takes to claim the prize over the next few weeks. (Stream / Schedule)

The Overwatch League is having its Stage 2 finals this weekend, so if you’ve been keeping up with it, now’s the time to grab a couple friends and some food to see who will win this leg of the league. (Stream / Schedule)

The Heroes of the Storm HGC is also underway, so if you’re not seeing your favorite Overwatch character represented in the League, you may be able to catch them here. (Stream / Schedule)

Hearthstone is in Olso, Norway this weekend for the HCT, so if you’re looking for some card-slingin’ action, this is your fix. (Stream / Schedule)

The Rocket League Championship Series continues! You can expect the same of kind of short, high-octane matches you play on your own, but played by people who know what they’re doing. (Stream / Schedule)

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

Source: Game Informer