This is how to watch Overwatch League first finals this weekend
It is way, way too hot to do anything this weekend, so why not sit back and just watch some esports instead? In fact, this weekend is set to be massive, and really, you should drop everything and tune in to watch some of the best esport events around.
We’ve got an incredible week of esports on Twitch! pic.twitter.com/SJWO3SBO7l
— Twitch Esports (@TwitchEsports) July 25, 2018
However, what should you watch? Well, we are going to give you three must-watch events.
Overwatch League final
In case you were living under a rock, here's your reminder that we return tomorrow at 4PM PT with #TheFirstFinals!
— Overwatch League #TheFirstFinals (@overwatchleague) July 26, 2018
Obviously! Even if you aren’t a huge Overwatch League fan, you should tune in to see history be made in the inaugural grand final.
With London Spitfire taking on Philadelphia Fusion at the Barclays Centre, what more could you want? This is a huge one; DJ Khaled will be there, and you’re able to earn free stuff by merely watching the finals! It will be live on not only Twitch and Battle.Net, but also ESPN and Disney XD!
At least you now know how to watch Overwatch League first finals this weekend. Who knows if Wrecking Ball will make its debut appearance!
ELEAGUE PREMIER Finals
Final 2 Teams to Compete for Title in Sunday's Grand Final
— TurnerSportsPR (@TurnerSportsPR) July 26, 2018
This is going to be amazing; four of the best Counter Strike teams in the world right now facing off. Astralis, Natus Vincere, Team Liquid & mousesports are all competing for a $1M prize-pool, and there should be hundreds of thousands of fans tuning in to watch.
The semi-finals kick off at 7pm on Saturday, with the final starting at the same time on Sunday.
Watch #PGI2018 directly on Twitter.
20 top professional PUBG teams from around the world will compete for $2 million in prizes and the ultimate PUBG bragging rights.https://t.co/HNbyLieeiP
— PUBG (@PUBG) July 25, 2018
This whole event has been exciting to watch, and it looks like PUBG LAN events can work. There hasn’t been too much boring action like in previous events, and plenty of people are tuning in.
This event has been going on since Tuesday, and there are still three more days left, with the grand final on Sunday evening at 6pm.