Need to know the esports you should be watching this weekend? Don’t worry we’ve got you covered.
Esports! We got esports! And you will be able to spend all weekend watching it instead of going outside and you know, seeing people.
In fact, this weekend there is a rather nice mix of games, so whatever your taste is, there will be something to spend a few hours watching.
— Twitch Esports (@TwitchEsports) April 12, 2018
That being said, we’re still going to give you what we think you should be tuning in to because there is so much on choice.
Manchester FUT Champions Cup
— EA SPORTS FIFA (@EASPORTSFIFA) April 9, 2018
Competitive FIFA is always an excellent watch – as long as it is LAN and not the Weekend League; ‘cos you know, cheaters. Anyway, this competition should be excellent and will help once again prove who is the best FIFA Ultimate Team player around. Expect to see lots of expensive squads and some outrageous goals.
Oh and watching will earn you some rewards on the Ultimate Team web app, so there is no reason for you not to watch for an hour or two! When it comes to a weekend watching esports, this is an absolute must!
Halo WC Finals
This should be excellent and once again prove that HALO is one of the best esports around. With teams battling it out for that huge $1m prize, and the privilege of being crowned the 2018 champions.
Honestly, it looks like Splyce will retake the victory, especially considering how well they have been playing in recent events.
Tekken World Tour
The Tekken World Tour is stopping off at Kuwait this weekend, and once again will prove why it is one of the top fighting games around.
With Jim Min Bae aka Knee miles ahead of second place Hyunjin Kim aka JDCR.
Hopefully, no one uses Eddy Gordo, ‘cos you know that is cheating!