After six weeks of intense gunfights, the conclusive Weekly Finals 6 of PUBG Global Invitational.S (PGI.S) has finally arrived. Here the top 16 teams who will be battling the final time this weekend:
The very first Dota 2 Pro Circuit LAN event will soon be upon us. Well, tomorrow, to be exact, and it’ll be taking place in Singapore. Organised by One Esports and PGL, this marks the return of the offline international Dota 2 events and is hopefully the first of many to come.
If you're a fan of Mortal Kombat 11, Soulcalibur VI or Tekken 7, do consider checking out one of the year's biggest e-fighting championships to be held online - the WePlay Ultimate Fighting League (or WULF) Season 1. Featuring a total prize pool of US$150,000, WePlay Esports’ inaugural season of WULF will invite the world’s most famous virtual fighters to battle across these trio of games to be be the best of the best.
More info on the format can be found in our coverage.
WULF Season 1 begins today (26 March) at 5AM (GMT +8), with Mortal Kombat 11 kicking off the league until 28 March, followed by Soulcalibur VI (2 – 5 April) and Tekken 7 (9 – 12 April). Catch the tournament LIVE on eGG Network – check out our TV guide for our broadcast schedule – or Twitch for online users.
Date and time: 1 - 18 April.
Where to watch: All language PCS 2021 Spring streams - including Mandarin and Thai - can be found on YouTube, and individual Twitch channels have been set up for English, Mandarin and Thai, with Huya for simplified Chinese.
More info on the LoL PCS 2021 Spring Playoffs can be found on the official website.
Date and time: 26 - 28 March, 4PM.
Where to watch: MPL-PH FB
Time & where to watch: More info here.
*All times listed are in GMT +8.
If you want to take a break from the intense mobile esports period we're in now, may we suggest refreshing yourselves with some good old-fashioned professional beat-em-ups by watching one of this year's biggest e-fighting championships, the WePlay Ultimate Fighting League (WULF Season 1)?
Featuring a total prize pool of US$150,000, WePlay Esports' inaugural season of WULF will invite the world's most famous virtual fighters to battle across Mortal Kombat 11, Soulcalibur VI and Tekken 7. Each game will be split into two stages: Group Stage and the Playoffs.
In Group Stage, sixteen players are split into two groups while they duke it out in a Round Robin best-of-five format. Only the top four players of each group will qualify for the Playoffs, where a double-elimination format takes its place. The Grand Finals will be an epic one, featuring a best-of-nine format that would surely be nothing but pure intensity.
The Weplay Esports fighting series will also be an offline tournament, taking place in the WePlay Esports Arena in Kyiv, Ukraine.
WULF Season 1 begins 26 March (Saturday) at 5AM (GMT +8), with Mortal Kombat 11 kicking off the league until 28 March, followed by Soulcalibur VI (2 - 5 April) and Tekken 7 (9 - 12 April). Catch the tournament LIVE on eGG Network - check out our TV guide for our broadcast schedule - or Twitch for online users.
Check out the official WULF website for more info.