Wondering how to watch Fortnite Summer Skirmish? In this article lies the answers you seek…
The World Cup is over but don’t worry; there is plenty of esports to watch this weekend to help you keep the boredom away.
There were so many events throughout the week, but it really is the weekend when things kick off. Some of the biggest and best tournaments start from here.
So, what should you be watching? Well, we’ve got three great events that we will be spending our time watching instead – of talking to people.
Fortnite Summer Skirmish
The #SummerSkirmish series picks back up this Friday, July 20, at 5PM ET (21:00 GMT) and on Saturday, July 21, at 1PM ET (17:00 GMT).
— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) July 19, 2018
Your Friday and Saturday nights are pretty much sorted thanks to Epic Games, who are running their second week of the $8 million Summer Skirmish tournament. The first day kicks off on Friday night at 9 pm and at 5 pm on Saturday afternoon.
Epic is hoping to improve how the tournament works, and are including top players such as Myth and FaZe Tfue.
Overwatch League Playoffs
We’ve got a jam-packed week of esports on Twitch!
Let us know what you’re watching! 👀 pic.twitter.com/9SfM7UYgTR
— Twitch Esports (@TwitchEsports) July 18, 2018
If you are not excited about this them, I’m not sure what is wrong with you. On Friday, London Spitfire will be taking on Los Angeles Valiant in what is set to be an absolutely fantastic match.
On Saturday night, we get Philadelphia Fusion against New York Excelsior which could eventually set up a repeat of the Stage 1 final with New York taking on London.
ELeague CS:GO Premier
The ELEAGUE #CSGOPremier 2018 Groups 🙌
Games begin July 21 at 2pm ET
Full schedule 👉 https://t.co/DQ1dqOR16b
— ELEAGUE (@ELEAGUETV) July 12, 2018
Come on… Cloud 9, Natus Vincere FaZe, and most importantly, Made in Brazil who are bringing their new line up. What a lineup.
MiBR have recently added Tarik to their roster, and it should be a fascinating watch to see how he, FalleN, and Stewie2k get on together.