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Esports - Tournaments
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Written by Sophia
Updated over a week ago

The core of Esports revolves around teams competing in tournaments for cash prizes, similar to traditional sports. At the highest level, top-level athletes are constantly fighting for the top spots in their sport or game of choice. 🥇

Here you will learn more about:

  • E-Sports Tournaments Basics

  • Where can you find the Tournaments section

  • Main Tournaments for the most famous games

1. E-Sports Tournaments Basics

To help you understand how the tournaments work, we need to know the base of each game. Here are some examples of the most known games:

  • Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Call of Duty, and Rainbow Six Siege - First-person shooter, team-based game.

  • Overwatch - First-person hero shooter, team game - Characters that have distinctive abilities and/or weapons that are specific to them.

  • Dota 2, League of Legends - Multiplayer online battle arena, team game.

  • StarCraft II - Real-time strategy.

  • Fortnite - Battle Royale. - A large number of players or teams compete against each other to be the final player or team standing within a defined arena.

2. Where can you find the Tournaments section?

As for our competitions section, we have that market for each Esport. You will be able to find it, by following the steps below, as long as there are ongoing competitions:

For Counter-Strike, go here.

For Dota 2, go here.

E-Sports ⇒ Game you wish to check ⇒ Competitions

3. Main Tournaments for the most famous games

By now, you may have an idea of how fast this world is growing.
Let's take a look at the main games and competitions for each one of them, that we offer on Bitsler:



Dota 2

League of Legends

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Most known Competitions

The International

World Championships

IEM Tournaments & Blast Tournaments

Have fun exploring! 🍀

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