What To Watch This Weekend: Evo, League Of Legends, And Rainbow Six Siege

The table is cleared for Evo to take over Las Vegas this weekend, as thousands of fighting game fans descend on the scene's biggest tournament for another year. But that doesn't mean other games don't have some events going on!

Evo is the premiere fighting game event of the year, so if you're at all curious about what the big fuss about fighting games is, this is a fantastic place to start. Street Fighter V, Dragon Ball FighterZ, Tekken 7, and more all have events at the show, and Sunday looks to be fantastic. (Streams and Schedule)

If you're not a fighting fan, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive's big major this weekend is in Shanghai, so you can catch all the shooter action you want as long you're willing to keep up with time zone differences or are willing to wait for the archives. (Stream/ Schedule

League of Legends' North American league is trucking along just fine, thanks! So if you've been keeping up with all the League action, there's really no reason to stop now. (Stream / Schedule)

StarCraft II's GSL Vs. The World tournament pits the best players from the league against all kinds of other players voted in by fans in a 16-person bracket. Will The World take this one? Aren't the GSL players also part of "The World?" Find out! (Streams and Schedule)

Rainbow Six Siege heads to Canada this weekend to host the country's national circuit there. Siege is consistently one of the best shooters to watch, so make sure to check it out. (Stream)

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.

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