Esports Tournaments

CS:GO
99Damage Liga
Season 12 Germany
From: 11-06-2019To: 15-09-2019
complete
Prize Pool: $17,500
Teams: 10
Venue: Freaks 4U Gaming, Berlin
Tier: Major
Dota 2
AD2GOIC
Season 6 East Asia
From: 27-09-2019To: 15-10-2019
complete
Prize Pool: $14,000
Teams: 10
Venue: Online
Season 5 China
From: 14-09-2019To: 25-09-2019
complete
Prize Pool: $17,000
Teams: 8
Venue: Online
Season 4 China
From: 28-08-2019To: 08-09-2019
complete
Prize Pool: $14,000
Teams: 8
Venue: Online
Dota 2
Altay Cup
Barnaul 2019 Russian Federation
From: 08-09-2019To: 09-09-2019
complete
Prize Pool: $1,150
Teams: 2
Venue: DK Barnaul, Barnaul
Tier: Minor
Winner: GarenaRoom
CS:GO
Aorus League
2019 Season 3
From: 27-08-2019To: 13-09-2019
complete
Prize Pool: $1,000
Teams: 8
Venue: Online
Tier: Premier
Winner: Malvinas Gaming
CS:GO
Arctic Invitational
Season 2019 Finland
From: 14-09-2019To: 15-09-2019
complete
Prize Pool: $110,000
Teams: 4
Venue: Hartwall Arena, Helsinki
Tier: Major
Winner: FURIA
Dota 2
Asia Challenger League
Season 3 China
From: 01-10-2019To: 01-11-2019
live
Prize Pool: $42,000
Teams: 12
Venue: Online
Season 2
From: 26-08-2019To: 12-09-2019
complete
Prize Pool: $43,000
Teams: 10
Venue: Online
Tier: Minor
Winner: Team Sincere
Dota 2
Asia Communication League
Season 2
From: 23-09-2019To: 01-10-2019
complete
Prize Pool: $43,000
Teams: 12
Venue: Online
Tier: Minor
Winner: CDEC Gaming
Season 2019
From: 08-09-2019To: 14-09-2019
complete
Prize Pool: $28,000
Teams: 12
Venue: Online
Tier: Minor
Winner: Typhoon E-Sports Club
Dota 2
Asia DOTA2 Master League
Season 2019 China
From: 15-09-2019To: 24-09-2019
complete
Prize Pool: $42,000
Teams: 12
Venue: Online
Tier: Minor
Winner: Neon Esports
CS:GO
BLAST Pro Series
Moscow 2019 Russian Federation
From: 13-09-2019To: 15-09-2019
complete
Prize Pool: $250,000
Teams: 6
Venue: VTB Arena, Moscow
Winner: AVANGAR
Dota 2
Blue Dota Championships
Season 2019
From: 14-09-2019To: 27-09-2019
complete
Prize Pool: $14,000
Teams: 14
Venue: Online
Tier: Minor
Winner: Neon Esports

All Esports Tournaments on YEsportsBet.com

The popularity of professional esports competitions grew up intensively in recent years. And it goes on increasing nowadays, in 2019. Millions of people watch major and minor esports events, and tournaments. Among them, there are hundreds of thousands of bettors who want to keep an eye on the entire esports series and seasons, to know the annual schedule of upcoming competitions, etc.

The same audience would definitely want to know when and where the biggest CSGO, Dota 2, Overwatch, League of legends or other esports discipline tournament would take place. The location and time factor might matter a lot for teams competing with each other in esports series, so bettors obviously want to consider them when predicting results.

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We track all the esports competition series, tournaments, minor and major events. And the database of our website also contains schedules of upcoming qualifiers, biggest online and LAN events with various prize pools. Additionally, here bettors can find statistics of games, players and teams, to check past winners.

When is the next LoL event? On YEspoertsbet.com you’ll find the answer instantly. Moreover, we even try to notify you about the match schedules and the precise address of the tournament place (except for biggest LAN events or online qualifiers). Get all the data you need from one webpage.

And of course, here you can find the match history of all the esports matches in most popular games like CSGO or Overwatch, as well as in other disciplines. The information about performance levels and successes of particular teams is vital if you want to make the right bet and win big money. When knowing the hatch history results, it is much easier for a particular bettor to estimate the shape and the preparation of the team for this or that event, season or tournament. As a result, you make better predictions and win more.

Relevant Data on Esports Seasons, Events and Tournaments 

On YEsportsBet.com, there is the statistical data and event schedules on such big esports disciplines:

  • DotA 2 – the legendary MOBA game. The history of this esports game series began with the creation of the lucky Warcraft III fan modification: Defense of the Ancients or DotA. Several years later, a big developing and publishing company of Valve invested into the development of the next game in this franchise. DotA 2 became the most commercially successful esports discipline in the world. The last DotA 2 The International (it’s the name of the biggest tournament in this discipline) had the biggest prize pool in esports history – over 30 million dollars.

  • Counter-Strike: Global Offensive – probably the most popular first-person shooter game in the world. And another Valve franchise which began with the fan modification. The first version of CS appeared 20 years ago as the deep multiplayer mod for a legendary single game - Half-Life. Since then, there were three iterations released: CS 1.6, CS: Source, and CS: GO. The Global Offensive version is the latest one. It entered the market in 2012. The esports discipline goes on gaining its popularity.

  • League of Legends – the most popular MOBA game in the world created by Riot Games. Originally, the developers based on the same Warcraft III modification – Defense of the Ancients. But despite of having lots of similar features, LoL and DotA 2 are two completely different games.

  • Overwatch – the first-person shooter esports discipline developed and supported by Activision-Blizzard. Released in 2016, it quickly gained the big community of fans. The reason was the original combination of MOBA and FPS elements, and the attractive visual style. Nowadays, it is also a popular esports game having several new seasons every year.

With YEsportsBet.com, you are posted about the latest changes in the esports reality, results and events. Check schedules, predict winners and make right bets!

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