There’s some serious Esports action from around the world going on this weekend and you can watch it all from the comfort of your home. “League of Legends”, “PlanetSide2” and “StarCraft2” all have events being streamed this weekend. You can watch the tournaments on Twitch TV. Here’s the details about this weekends streamed gaming events.
League of Legends Season 3 EU Qualifiers: The NA teams have already earned their spots in season 3 and now it’s time for the EU teams to do the same. In preparation for the season starting in February the small pool of elite pro LoL teams will be culled to a mere 8 in each region to compete for the chance at the world championship. The EU qualifiers are in Warsaw but you can watch them live online from the 25-27 starting at 2AM each day, starting 5AM on Sunday.
PlanetSide 2 Ultimate Empire Showdown: Friday, January 25, 4PM PDT a huge “PlanetSide” battle is raging in Culver City, CA. There will be a live audience but you can watch the action live online. Tune in for some newsworthy announcements. The gaming ends at 7PM.
Iron Squid StarCraft 2 Finals: “StarCraft II” reigns supreme in South Korea but the Iron Squid Finals are going down in Paris, France. All four finalists are from the land of the morning calm and will be competing for $27,000. You’ll need to tune in early on Saturday, January 26, 1AM PDT to catch the action otherwise check the VOD’s. MarineKing, Life, NesTea, and DongRaeGu will be battling it out while your favorite casters Day9, Kaelaris, Wolf, Khaldor, and ToD highlight the RTS action.
Whether you are into League, “PlanetSide”, or “StarCraft” there’s an exciting Esports event to watch from somewhere around the world. You may have to tune in extra early to catch the international action but be sure to keep tabs on the exciting events going on this weekend.