Esports events in the coming week (July 6-12)

CS:GO

Nine to Five Cup # 1

(June 29 - July 15)

The $ 50,000 Championship started on June 29th and will end on July 15th. 28 teams of various calibers are participating in it, including Hard Legion, Gambit Youngsters, Team Secret, Syman Gaming and others. The prize pool will be divided between the two finalists. The winner will receive $ 35,000 and the silver medalist $ 15,000.

Perfect World Asia League Summer 2020

(June 24 - July 19)

The $ 100,000 championship from Perfect World started on June 24th and will end on July 19th. Teams of the Asian division with 10 teams compete for the main prize in the form of $ 25,000 and 2,000 rating points. Here you can see in the case of TYLOO, Vici Gaming, TIGER and other teams.

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ESEA Premier Season 34

(April 28 - July 21)

ESEA season 34 matches continue in Europe, North America and Australia. In the first two regions, the prize pools are $ 36,000 each, while in Australia, teams play only $ 9,500. ESEA Premier Season 34 will end on July 21.

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Dota 2

DPL-CDA Professional League Season 2

(June 24 - July 26)

In Asia, matches are continuing as part of the DPL-CDA Professional League Season 2 with a prize pool of ~ $ 183,824. 10 teams, including RNG, CDEC, PSG.LGD and others, are still playing in the group stage, which will end at the end of this week.

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League of Legends

Summer Split 2020

(June 5 - September)

Summer split matches continue. Invitations for the 2020 Worlds Championship are raffled in each league, and cash prizes are also awarded in many major leagues. If you like LoL or MOBA games in general, but you are unhappy with the competitions that are currently taking place in Dota 2, then the championships from the Summer Split 2020 series are perfect for you.