What To Watch This Weekend: Hearthstone, Super Smash Bros., And League Of Legends

by Suriel Vazquez on Jan 20, 2018 at 11:00 AM

At this point, we've got a good idea of where the year's going to go. School is in full swing for most people and past the early stages where classes don't assign too much homework, and most workplaces are fully out of the "I just got back, so I'm going to take it easy" mode. Esports events are like that too, as several major leagues make a return and are joined by major tournaments.

Heartstone's World Championship is already underway and concludes this weekend, so if you'd like something to watch between Dungeon Runs, you can watch the best of the best duke their Hearths out. (Stream / Schedule)

Speaking of League: League of Legends comes back this week, as the North American branch of the CLS kicks off with a match between Team Liquid and Team Solo Mid, among several others. (StreamSchedule)

The first big Super Smash Bros. tournament of the year brings the game's biggest hitters to compete in both Melee and For Wii U. (Streams and Schedule)

Heroes of the Storm is back with the Heroes Global Championship, which started its season yesterday and will continue for the next few weeks. (Stream / Schedule)

You can also catch people catching those hands at Frost Faustings, which has events for Street Fighter VGuilty Gear Xrd Rev 2Tekken 7, and more. (Stream and Schedule)

Eleague's Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Boston Major continues this week, ramping for its finale next week. (Stream / Schedule)

The Overwatch League has already had record viewership and has just started. Which team are you rooting for? You that will change after they lose! Welcome to localized fandom! (Stream / Schedule)

Dota 2's Galaxy Battles major may not have lost its major status, but a few top teams like EG and OG will make an appearance. (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 below.