A year of practice and a week of stiff competition in the main event all comes down to this as Dota 2‘s TI7 closes in on a winner later today.
While home soil favorites EG were tossed out of the proceedings earlier on, a resurgent Team Liquid who has managed an inspiring run through the lower bracket will face LGD Forever Young later today for a shot at facing Newbee in the grand finals and representing Europe in a tournament whose final leg has been dominated by Chinese powerhouses.
And as if that weren’t enough, the Call of Duty World League Championships are also this weekend. The $1.5 million tournament features 32 teams who have all earned a spot in the event one way or another of the course of the last year of play.
Below you’ll find where and when you can catch all the weekend’s biggest events in competitive gaming. Let us know what you’ll be watching in the comments or if you think there’s something we might have missed.
Of the eighteen teams who began at this year’s International, only three remain. Newbee, sitting comfortably in the grand finals, awaits the winner of Liquid vs. LFY this afternoon. While breaking out of the group stage with a commanding wind at its back, LFY met its match against Newbee, a team which had previously failed to make headway against them earlier in the tournament. Should a rematch occur in the grand finals then, it’s anyone’s guess who will come out on top.
LFY will face Team Liquid at 1:00PM EDT today, followed by the best-of-five grand finals at 6:00PM EDT. You can watch all of the remaining matches in the livestream embedded below.
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Over in the annual championship for Activision’s shooter, the dust is still settling with many matches still yet to be played across the double-elimination knockout stage. Matches began at 10:00AM EDT today with Ghost Gaming vs. Team Envy and will continue into the afternoon with the first semifinals at 2:30PM EDT.
Meanwhile, EnVyUs, along with OpTic Gaming and…