• October 2017

    Epicenter 2017 –Held in Saint Petersburg, at the Yubileyny Sports Palace from October 28 to October 29, playing CounterStrike: Global Offensive. Prize pool $500,000.

    ESL One Hamburg – Held in the Barclaycard Arena, Hamburg from October 28 to October 29, playing Dota 2

  • November 2017

    HGC Finals –playing Heroes of the Storm. The prize pool is $1,000,000.

    Overwatch World CupNovember 3 to November 4, playing Overwatch.

    WS Global Finals – November 3 to November 4, playing StarCraft II. The prize pools is $700,000.

    RLCS World Championship -November 10 to November 12 at the MGM National Harbor Theatre. 10 teams representing North America, Europe and Oceania vying for the title and a prize pool of $400,000.

    iBuyPower Masters 2017 – November 11 to November 13, featuring 8 invited

    Blast Pro Series – November 14 to November 26 and held in Copenhagen. Featuring some of the world's best teams and a prize pool of $250,000.

    IEM Oakland – November 16 to November 19, playing CounterStrike: Global Defensive and PlayerUnknown's BattleGrounds, to be held in the Oracle Arena, Oakland, California.

    China Top 2017 Shenzhen - November 18 to November 23, hosted in Shenzhen and the 2nd China top tournament of 2017, with a prize pool of $113,161.

    WEGS 2017 EU CIS Finals – November 22 to November 26, featuring 20 teams meeting in Barcelona with a $92,500 prize pool.

    DreamHack Winter (Sweden) – November 30 to December 2, playing CounterStrike: Global Offensive. The prize pool is $100,000.

  • December 2017

    2GG Championship (Santa Ana) – December 1 to December 3, playing Super Smash Brothers 4. The prize pool is $100,000.

    2017 Mars Media Minor – December 4 to December 12 with a prize pool of $300,000.

    2017 All Star Event – December 7 to December 11 featuring 8 of the best teams from around the world. To be held at the NA LCS Studio in LA.

    2017 DOTA Summit 8 – December 13 to December 17 with a prize pool of $300,000.

  • January 2018

    Captains Draft 4 – January 4 to January 8, featuring 8 teams from around the world and a $300,000 prize pool. This event will be held in Washington DC.

    GESC E Series Singapore – January 12 to January 16. Prize pool of $300,000.

    ELeague Major – January 12 onwards featuring top teams in CounterStrike: Global Offensive fighting got the $1,000,000 prize pool and Major Champions title.

    Galaxy Battles Major – January 17 to January 22, held in the Philippines with 16 of the worlds top teams fighting for the $1,000,000 prize pool.

    2018 ESL One Genting – January 23 to January 28, held in Genting, Malaysia and featuring 16 teams fighting For the $400,000 prize pool.

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