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Dustin Beck of Riot Games confidently predicted a sell out and, indeed, fans did not hesitate to snap up all 45, tickets for the most significant event of the year.
One wonders just how large a live audience League of Legends could attract, and whether Riot will attempt to move to an even bigger venue in Although the overall online viewership fell from 32 to 27 million, concurrent viewership rose from 8.
What's the best arena you've ever been to to watch eSports? Tournaments usually have a large number of unknown teams competing to play with the top pro teams.
A well known example is OpTic Gaming , who have earned hundreds of thousands of dollars from competing in leagues and tournaments.
Beginning with the release of the first game in , the Unreal Tournament series of first person shooters supported competitions in the early s, such as the series' inclusion the World Cyber Games from through The series has also been played internationally, such as the European Console League's event in July in Liverpool.
Although this was a good attempt by the developer to bring back the dying community, the game suffered from many bugs and glitches that made the game unplayable, which furthermore damaged that Halo esports community.
At the same time around the release of Halo: the Master Chief Collection, Industries introduced the Halo Championship Series as another attempt to re-establish Halo as a competitive esports title.
As Halo declined, it was dropped from Major League Gaming, to be replaced by Call of Duty as the new staple game for the league.
The prize pool is currently 2 million dollars, which is crowd funded through Halo 5's in-game "REQ Pack" purchases. As the tour had already been announced as a one-on-one deathmatch format competition, Unreal Tournament and Doom 3 were also fan favourites for this tour.
However, since Unreal Tournament developer Epic Games was in the process of changing publishers from Atari to Midway Games and could not guarantee their full support throughout the year-long tour, it was not chosen.
Battlefield series games have been played in multiple tournaments. The PC version of the games are usually used. Electronic Sports League has sponsored Battlefield tournaments since Battlefield 2.
CrossFire Stars is the name of the highest professional league. Overwatch has attracted attention as an esports title including teams being picked up by professional teams.
Blizzard Entertainment has founded an official Overwatch League for professional, salaried players.
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege is the first esports game in the series. Alliance of Valiant Arms A. A was a first-person shooter most popular in Asia.
Developer Aeria Games sponsored a world championship, and there were also some other independent offline events held. The game shut down in , as well as its successor one year later.
Valorant is the first first-person shooter released by Riot Games in Multiplayer online battle arena MOBA games are historically a spin-off of real-time strategy games, but are different enough that they are now generally considered a separate genre.
While traditional RTS games feature many units controlled by a single player, MOBAs are typically team focused, the model being five players on a team, each controlling a single "hero" unit.
MOBAs are generally played on personal computers. League of Legends LoL is a multiplayer online battle arena video game developed and published by Riot Games , primarily inspired by Defense of the Ancients.
It was released on October 27, To ensure that enough Defense of the Ancients players would take up Dota 2 and to promote the game to a new audience, Valve invited sixteen accomplished Defense of the Ancients esports teams to compete at a Dota 2 -specific tournament at Gamescom in August , which later became an annually held event known as The International.
By the end of , Dota 2 was already one of the highest-paying esport games, second only to StarCraft II. Prior to release, Smite was kept in an extended beta that resulted in over 74 million hours of playtime and the realization of a robust competitive community.
Viewers at home could make their own predictions for a chance to win various prizes. Heroes of the Storm is crossover multiplayer online battle arena game, developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment , released on June 2, Heroes Global Championship HGC was main esports event in and , until Blizzard's cancellation of all its plans for tournaments in The game first released on October 14, AIC is a tournament where teams from across the world participate to earn profit and glory for their own esport organisation, while AWC is a tournament where teams participate under the banner of their national flag to represent their own country.
The event attracted more than 36,, online viewers, breaking mobile game records worldwide and has since become the leading standard of mobile eSports.
The game occupying the top positions of mobile game rankings in Asia for months has also received the honor of Google Play's Best of Game award in Europe.
Additionally, the tournament host selected three Wildcard teams to participate in AWC. Mobile Legends: Bang Bang is a mobile multiplayer online battle arena developed and published by Moonton.
The Formula One official games , currently being developed by Codemasters , has hosted many esports series, some of which are officially endorsed by Formula One , such as the Formula One Esports Series and Virtual Grand Prix, a series of races involving several real-life motorsport racers and global celebrities created to substitute the cancelled Formula One Grands Prix during the COVID pandemic.
The two series compromise of a Nations Cup, where drivers will represent each own's country, and the Manufacturers Series, where drivers will race for and represent their selected manufacturer; participants will also have to use the "Sport" mode within the game during these events.
The tournament also allows the audience to join in by rooting for their country. If the driver wins, the players of their country receive a "victory bonus.
Competitions involving traditional real time strategy games generally feature individual competitors competing on personal computers over a local area network or the internet.
While not nearly as popular as other RTS games during this period, the Age of Empires series was played competitively as well, and was part of the World Cyber Games from to , and — StarCraft was used at several tournaments including the Professional Gamers League.
However, its expansion pack StarCraft: Brood War was far more popular than the original. StarCraft: Brood War was foundational in the establishment of e-sports, and along with StarCraft II , remains among the most popular series in competitive gaming.
StarCraft competitions did especially well in South Korea , which remains central to the competitive scene as a whole.
Professionals in Korea achieved a status similar to professional athletes. StarCraft was the very first game to have been accepted into the World Cyber Games tournament, and had a tournament at their events every year until it was replaced by StarCraft II in Finals for these league attracted tens of thousands of fans, and became very popular on Korean cable TV.
Initially, disagreements between Blizzard and Kespa prevented many players in Korea from moving to StarCraft II , but conditions improved, and were ultimately resolved by Players earn points based on their performance in many different tournaments, including the ones mentioned above, and the 16 players with the most points advance to world championship at BlizzCon.
Although the game never achieved the same competitive popularity of the original StarCraft , the game supported a few dozen professional teams.
The game lacks a singular world championship, as there have been numerous large tournaments. Events have been organized by Blizzard Entertainment, have also been televised Korean leagues, and large tournaments have been held in China.
Chinese players generally have used their own clients for online competition, due to a poor connection to the outside world. In more recent times, Warcraft III competition has declined in popularity.
The inaugural FIWC took place in Zurich in and since then enabled millions of football fans from all around the world to fight for the world champion title.
The tournament is played on the latest console generations of Xbox and PlayStation. It began play in Rocket League is a vehicular soccer video game.
It is described as "soccer, but with rocket-powered cars". Gears of War is a third-person shooter series developed by The Coalition.
Fortnite Battle Royale is a third-person battle royale shooter developed by Epic Games. In no particular order, here are the top esports games in based on a number of factors, including viewership, events, and overall success.
Eight years since the launch of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive CS:GO and it has maintained its position as one of the top esports games in the world, with frequent updates to the game, a lucrative market in weapon skins and knives, and a flurry of events every year.
The HLTV events page has all of the upcoming CS:GO esports action you can tune into or if you fancy competing yourself, jump in-game and play some ranked to test your mettle.
South Korea is by far the most popular and successful market for LoL, with eight of the top 10 earners hailing from the nation.
In fact, only one player in the top 25 — Luka "PerkZ" Perkovic — comes from a country other than South Korea or China, showing the popularity and dominance of the two Asian countries within LoL.
When it comes to active players, a report from last year states that there's around eight million concurrent active players in League every day, so while that's less than Fortnite which is available on almost every platform under the sun , it's by far the most popular PC game.
If you're interested in watching some League of Legends esports, head on over to the official League of Legends esports schedule.
Alternatively, you can play ranked in-game to see how you stack up. The game took the world by storm when it launched in September and while the buzz in the general media has died out, the esports scene is still thriving.
Nothing has been confirmed yet for but everyone is expecting Epic Games to ramp up the stakes for the next World Cup. Thanks to the amount Epic gave out during , Fortnite quickly surpassed most other esports titles to have the third all time highest prize total, surpassed only by CS:GO and DotA 2.
Ask any random person on the street and chances are they'll have heard of Fortnite, even if they're not able to tell you exactly what it's about, which shows just how quickly Fortnite grew.
The official Fortnite competitive page lists all the upcoming events and has everything you need to know, or play some of the in-game tournaments to see if you're good enough to compete yourself.
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