What To Watch This Weekend: Dragon Ball FighterZ, Rainbow Six Siege, And Dota 2

by Suriel Vazquez on Jan 26, 2019 at 11:00 AM

Winter is still upon us this weekend in the Northern Hemisphere, and with absurdly low temperatures and flights being a not-so-solid endeavor, it's probably best if you just stayed inside and watched some stuff!

The Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour Finals are today and tomorrow, and there'll be some (hopefully) exciting news about who might join the roster this year (hint: it's probably Jiren). The action starts at 12:30pm central today with some last-chance qualifier rounds ending at 11pm, then starts back up Sunday at 1pm central, concluding at 9pm central. (Stream)

The Rainbow Six Siege Pro League has a few matches that fall on the weekend this week (they mostly take place on weekdays), so if you're looking to catch up on some competitive action while grounded for your flight, this is a good event to watch! (Stream / Schedule)

Counter Strike: Global Offensive has two championships going on in Katowice, Poland, in both the Asian and American regions. (Stream / Schedule).

The League of Legends LCS brings back some of the most popular teams in the world for another season. (StreamSchedule)

Dota 2's Chongqing major is in its final stretch, As we see who will go on to face the Russian juggernauts of VP in the finals tomorrow. (Stream / Schedule)

We also have the Hearthstone Championship Tour Playoffs For the Asia-Pacific region, which start at 8pm central tonight and should last until around 9am, if you're looking for something to keep up during an all-nighter. (Stream)

That's it for this weekend! Let us know if we missed an event, or if there's a scene you'd like us to cover, in the comments below.