In this era of high technology, you can see that gaming tournaments sell out in millions within an hour. It is worth spending your time here. If you are interested to be updated in the world of esports, here we present some of the best gaming tournaments sites for 2019.
Based in Australia, CyberGamer mainly focuses on the first-person shooter games on consoles and PC both. But it also includes Defence of the Ancients 2 (DOTA 2) and League of Legends. They mainly cover news of teams that are based in Australia. Also they also set up events and tournaments, enhancing the Australian E-Sports scene.
Online Esports is basically a platform for video game reviews and news. Its content includes interviews with players from the events they attend. They also cover international news for popular games, such as Counter-Strike, DOTA 2, League of Legends, Call of Duty, Overwatch, and Rocket League.
3. Electronic Sports League
Electronic Sports League is also known as ESL. It mainly covers the gaming leagues held in Europe. The events are internationally knowns as the Intel Masters Extreme tournament. They have views and reviews on PC games, such as Call of Duty, CS, Battlefield 3, FIFA, League of Legends, Starcraft 2, and World of Tanks.
4. Major League Gaming
Major League Gaming is committed to holding tournaments in North America for games, such as Starcraft 2, DOTA 2, and Black Ops 2 (XBox). The site provides you with the latest replays, results, and schedules for all the tournaments around the world. Of course, they cover team news that revolves around gaming events.
The headquarter of GosuGamers is situated in Sweden. They also have their offices in the US and Germany. Their content includes international news for games, such as DOTA 2, League of Legends, Starcraft 2 and Heroes of Newerth. Moreover, they have a wide array of the database of the game replays.