Eight teams are competing in DreamHack Open Anaheim from February 21st to 23rd. MiBR open as the favorites but only slightly over the likes of Complexity, FURIA and North. There really isn’t a clear favorite to win this DreamHack, with six of the eight teams having a fair shot of winning it all.
We’re one week into the inaugural season of the Call of Duty League and heading into London’s home-stand, there’s only first impressions to go off of. Eight of the 12 teams in the league are making the trip to England. Of that group only the Paris Legion and Chicago Huntsmen have a perfect 2-0 record.
The GG.Bet Ice Challenge already has its first few days in the books, and thus far has played out more or less how anyone could have predicted. The red hot mousesports leading the way in Group A, and the new look Na’vi also sitting with a perfect record in Group B.
A little late to the party, Japan’s League of Legends league begins its spring season on February 8th. The LJL isn’t considered one of the major regions in competitive League of Legends and has yet to prove that they can compete with the best teams from North America, Europe, China and Korea.
Fortnite Twitch Rivals Streamer Bowl: Streamers Heavily Favored to Win MVP & Have Most Kills vs NFL Pros
Prior to the Super Bowl, several NFL pros are competing in the Fortnite Twitch Rivals Streamer Bowl. 16 teams of streamers and an NFL pro, will compete in Miami, Florida on January 30 for 500k US to a charity of their choosing. The streamers selected their teammates through a draft system, and Unknownxarmy selected Avonte Maddox with the first overall pick.
One month after the KeSpa Cup, the 2020 LCK Spring Split gets underway on February 5th. No region saw as much roster shakeup as the LCK which makes it difficult to predict which new roster will mesh the quickest to win the Spring title.
The LEC Spring Split is finally back on January 25th. Following a long off-season filled with roster moves, G2 is still massively favored to keep their crowns as the Kings of Europe.
With the New Year upon us, that can mean only one thing; a new season for professional League of Legends. Each region has their own domestic league, but here we will be taking a look at the Brazilian league and who the best bet is to come out as the champion in the first split of the CBLOL.
The off-season is finally over as the LCS Spring Split gets started on January 25th. A flurry of roster moves put a lot of excitement into the new season but regardless, it’s still Team Liquid that looks like the team to beat.
FunPlus Phoenix are the defending League of Legends World Champions, but can they open the 2020 LPL season as the Spring Split champions?
G2 Esports had a heart-breaking exit at the ESL Pro League Finals, but expect them to bounce back at the Champions Cup Finals which are favored to be won by Ence.
The ONE Esports Dota 2 World Pro Invitational is set to start December 17 and will see 12 teams go head-to-head in Singapore with the top team walking away with $200,000.
The final Dreamhack event of the year will see eight teams battling it out for the $50,000 prize for first place at Dreamhack Open Sevilla. Which team is the best bet to reach the final and win the competition in Spain?
The ESEA Global Challenge Season 32, is set to take place in Dallas from December 14-15 and will see eight teams battle it out for the $25,000 prize for first place.
NRG Esports have won three-straight NA titles, but can they finally turn their regional dominance into a RLCS World Championship?
Astralis looks vulnerable after losing to mousesports at the ESL Pro League finals, but can Team Liquid take advantage at the BLAST Pro Series Global Finals?
The 2019 Street Fighter V season comes to an end with the Capcom Cup. Will Tokido and Punk prove their worth as favorites?
A multitude of Prop bets have been released with the Counter-Strike ESL Pro League Finals Season 10 competition getting underway. Which Group winners should you place your money on?
The ESL Pro League Season 10 Finals open with Astralis as the favorites. Could 100 Thieves or Team Liquid challenge them from the trophy?
The ECS Season 8 Finals approach and once again Astralis enter as favorites. Are Fnatic or EG worth a bet to take down the Danes?