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What To Watch This Weekend: Dota 2, Halo 3, And Overwatch

by Suriel Vazquez on Mar 23, 2019 at 11:00 AM

This weekend we have some majors wrapping up, but also a charity event themed around a classic competitive game.

The Dota 2 Dreamleague major concludes this weekend. Will Team Secret and Virtus Pro make it to the grand finals match, or will China reign supreme no matter what? Find out! (Stream / Schedule)

The Super Smash Bros. community gathers in Bloomington, Indiana for Full Bloom 5, which features tournaments for both Ultimate and Melee. (Streams and Schedule)

Meanwhile, the rest of the fighting game community has two international events going on. First, the Southeast Asia major will host events for Street Fighter VThe King of Fighters XIV, Soulcalibur VI, and more. (Stream) Second, the Japanese tournament Toushinsai will host events for all kinds of anime games, like Guilty Gear XrdFighting EX LayerBlazBlue: Central Fiction, and more.  (Stream)

You can also catch some PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds action this weekend, as the Relegation of the NPL's first phase concludes this weekend. (Stream / Schedule)

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive's competitive scene is having a quick pit stop in São Paulo, Brazil for the BLAST Pro Series tournament. (Stream / Schedule)

The Halo 3 scene is giving back this weekend with its Gamers for Giving 2019 tournament, which is partnering with the Gamers Outreach charity for the event. (Stream)

The Overwatch League stage one finals come to a head tomorrow, so watch the matches leading up to it today! No Shanghai Dragons though. (Stream / Schedule)

If you thought the League of Legends LCS circuit was stopping this weekend, well... you were wrong. Why did you think that? There are ten more matches this weekend. (Stream / Schedule)

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.