Do you feel overwhelmed by the number of tournaments, matches, and eSport events? We can relate, which is why GameTuna is launching a new weekly series to curate and highlight the week’s must see action. Of course, we can’t cover everything but we will try to keep you up to date on the “must watch” matches of the week.
Monday, August 22
League of Legends Korea Championship
The LoL Champions Korea or LCK is the premier League of Legends tournament in South Korea. It features the ten best teams in the region and a ₩350,000,000 (~$ 290,000) Prize Pool.
The best of three semifinals goes live at 1pm EDT and 4pm EDT. The finale goes on air at 7pm ET. You can catch the English language streams here.
Thursday, August 25
ESL Pro League Season 4
The ESL Pro League features the world’s best players and teams in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. A total of 28 teams, split over 2 divisions, are competing against each other over a span of 11 weeks.
Watch Cloud 9 take on Counter Logic Gaming at 8pm ET on the official ESL stream here. Then at 10pm ET watch Team Liquid take on Winterfox in a week 2 best of two matches.
Saturday, August 27
Need to get your Overwatch fix? This weekend Heroes League, an Australian Overwatch tournament, is having their playoffs. Check out the lower bracket finals at 3am ET and the upper bracket finals at 5am ET. Watch the action here.
Sunday, August 28
Heroes League Finals
If you caught the Overwatch action on Saturday make sure to tune in to see the finals at 5:30am ET. Watch the action here.
2016 NA LCS Summer Finals
Don’t feel like waking up early? Check out the League of Legends 2016 NA LCS Summer Finals at 3pm ET. Watch the action here.
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